The Tinners Arms Zennor Reviews
A pub for all seasons Jun 05, 2006
On trips to the beautiful village of Zennor in 1996 and 1998 we went into this pub. Indeed I find it hard to imagine anybody, even a teetotaller, staying out; it just seems such an integral part of the scene.
It certainly has some age. Fine as it looks with the church, it was actually built in 1271 for the masons who erected the church.
There is a long bar and a wood burning fire at each end. This was a treat on a coldish day in March and must seem a real bonanza in December.
There are fine local beers and an imaginative menu. We found their 'soup and a roll' quite sufficient but you can see their lunch menu on the website. As for the name of the pub, I don't know whether it was the original but the Cornish tin mining history dates way back.
Part of the Cornwall 2006 travel blog
Part of the list Land of my Birth - Devon and Cornwall
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