The Finnygook Inn is one of those Cornwall inns that are packed with history, character and legends that just might be true. The inn has stood since the 15th century and as it’s right beside the South West Coast Path we’d recommend popping in during a walk in the area.
This is the kind of inn where logs crackle in the fire and locals relax over the paper, so if you want to wind down and experience a real Cornish pub then it’s perfect. We know what you’re thinking, how’s the Sunday lunch? Well you’re in for a treat, the inn serves up traditional roasts with gusto and there’s a family atmosphere that makes it welcoming for all.
This beautiful former coaching inn is home to stunning, unspoilt views of the Cornish coast, a newly renovated interior and a warm welcome. The menu is packed with seasonal produce and ingredients, and is available every day of the week. There is also a children’s menu, as they are welcome along too.
There’s too much history associated with this quirky pub for us to regale you with here, but we’ll say this much, the ghost of the infamous local smuggle Silas Finny is said to haunt the building...so beware!