27. 14 in cottages, some suitable for disabled.
Bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi (in main bar), in-room TV, garden with outdoor seating.
All ages welcomed.
Allowed in some cottages (£10 per night).
Diners, MasterCard, Visa.
Per room B&B from £90. À la carte £30.
Good Hotel Guide Review
In a village on the Jurassic coast, step through the ivy-wrapped threshold of this 14th-century former cider house and into a popular pub-with-rooms. Alison Ede manages for St Austell Brewery Hotels & Inns. The pub’s real ales and ‘cosy bar’ (slate floors, stone walls, huge log fireplace) attract visitors to the ‘delightful spot’; walkers off the South West Coast Path fuel up on the ‘fresh, excellent cooking’ – home-made chicken liver pâté, red onion marmalade, perhaps, or St Austell ale–battered fish, chunky chips, mushy peas. ‘Comfortable bedrooms’ in modern country style are in the main building and thatch-roofed garden cottages. Kick-start the day with the inn’s custom blend of Fairtrade coffee at breakfast. 10 mins’ walk to a secluded shingle beach.