About The Old Inn

A holiday home in the cornwall countryside
1775

A pub turned home

Once an alehouse, supplying sailors from visiting ships to the quay below.  Making its own brew, and (illegally) distilling gin behind the house. This stone terraced house was built in about 1775.  They were built by the quarry-men, who supplied the big houses and churches with pure white Pentewan stone, the best in Cornwall.  Converted in the 1960’s with bathroom and kitchen, staircase and a raised roof, it has been updated constantly ever since.  It has a working open fire, TV and every convenience.  Under the trees there is parking, seating and a Barbecue area.

400
YEARS A hOLIDAY hOME
70
years of history
300
square feet area
The Old Inn - Gold standard - three star cottage

The Rooms

Double Bed

Master Bedroom

Double bed looking across the green valley

Twin Beds

Second Bedroom

Twin beds looking across the valley

cosy Bunk Beds

Third Bedroom

Bunk beds 

Newly refurbished

Shared Bathroom

Shower, toilet and basin

open Fire - low beams

Living Room

45 inch TV – soft seating – extendable dining table – open fire

everything you would need

Kitchen

Dishwasher, washer/dryer, cooker, microwave

kind reviews by visitors

Don't take our word for it!

5/5
“... You have style! The kitchen - efficient , practical,
all the essentials; also it's beautifully renovated (it's the female talking). The house was very clean.
We felt at ease right away."
Mary Welch
5/5
“... Just to say how much we enjoyed our holiday at the Old Inn last July. The cottage was a delight once again - so restful and peaceful there.”
Jack Donson