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Set within a 16th century coaching inn, this charming residence has been updated to provide first class accommodation on the North Cornish Coast, close to the traditional fishing village of Port Isaac.
Listed in the Good Pub Guide, The Cornish Arms offers an exciting menu designed to offer something to suit all tastes. Due to it coastal setting, the kitchen boasts wonderful seafood, which is delivered fresh each day. To accompany your meal, the pub serves a host of real ales, which has earned them a placed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2009.
Displaying traditional slate floors, wooden beams and log burners, The Cornish Arms aims to provide a welcoming atmosphere, with old world charm. Run by Felicity and Jonney Hawkey and their loyal team, you are assured of a comfortable and relaxing stay.
The 2000 film Saving Grace was filmed in the surroundings, with some scenes even being shot in The Cornish Arms itself. The spin-off from that film, Doc Martin, is filmed in the nearby village of Port Isaac.
The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Start your day with a hearty breakfast before selecting a light meal or snack at lunch. In the evenings there is an extensive and varied menu, including local fish dishes, tender steaks and great desserts. A traditional Sunday roast is also served.
Sharps, a local brewery in Rock, brew Pendoggett Special Bitter especially for the inn, and of course many others. The Cornish Arms is very proud to make the CAMRA Good Beer Guide 2009. European and new world wines are also available.