First & Last Inn
One of the most legendary inns in Britain and a haven to smugglers and shipwreckers since the 17th century. Follow in their footsteps and make us your first and last port of call in West Cornwall.
Enjoy fantastic home-cooked food using fresh local ingredients, real ales and live music by a roaring log fire in a building rich in history. Or if the weather’s a little warmer, take your drinks outside in the lovely, sheltered beer garden at the back of the pub.
So once you’re done walking the coastal paths or spotting seals, sharks and dolphins out at sea, come and relax with a drink and a bite to eat delivered with unrivalled hospitality and service.
Open daily from 12pm.
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During your visit, keep a watchful eye out for Annie’s shadow.
Annie George, a former landlady of the Inn in the 1800s, is said to haunt the building and her former bedroom as she looks to exact revenge on the local villagers who executed her after a bitter feud.
She was laid to rest in her bedroom at the Inn before being buried in an unmarked grave in the cemetery next door. She still has her room at the inn and to this day, people who stay here have reported having dreams of drowning and seeing the figure of a lady lurking on the landing.