Pandora Inn, Falmouth

Step back in time at this award-winning historic inn on the edge of the beautiful Restronguet Creek between Falmouth and Truro.

Dating from the 13th century, this iconic thatched inn, named after HMS Pandora, the ship sent to capture Captain Bligh’s mutineers, boasts green oak beamed ceilings, and stone-flagged floors.

Choose to eat indoors in cosy comfort, or outside on their fabulous popular pontoon, where you will truly feel you are on holiday in the best destination. Food is served all day.

How better to arrive at The Pandora Inn than by boat (or on foot or by bike or even car, if you prefer)? Enjoy plentiful photo opportunities in this beautiful spot.

As for the food, it’s lush, like having your own chef. Heavenly ingredients are sourced from Cornish farmers and fishermen, and your food is cooked to order.

Relaxed eating embraced and enjoyed.

 

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