A Simple British Pub in North Cornwall

This quintessential village pub near Padstow, North Cornwall, offers a simple British menu of seasonal favourites served alongside some excellent local ales and a great selection of wine.

We’re located in the beautiful Cornish countryside, a short drive from lovely local beaches like Harlyn, Constantine and Trevone. In spring and summer enjoy the large beer garden, or during the colder months cosy up by our log fires with friends and family for some real comfort food.


The safety of our team and guests remains the number one priority, so please wear a face mask on arrival and when moving around the pub. We also recommend downloading the new NHS app, so you can quickly check-in to Track & Trace when you arrive. If you’re stopping by for a drink, please enjoy the table service.


We recommend that you book a table before visiting to avoid disappointment. We also have tables outside and in our summer marquee, these aren’t bookable and we recommend arriving early if you would like one of these tables.


Dogs are welcome in our pub when on leads, and in the beer garden.


We have a large car park on site, free of charge for customers.

The Cornish Arms - Pub in North Cornwall

St Austell Brewery was founded in 1851 (yes you read that correctly) by Cornishman Walter Hicks. Over 150 years on, they remain independent and family owned – very much like us. The brewery’s family of pubs, inns and hotels is currently sitting at around 165, spanning the South West from Bristol right down to the...

Introducing our takeaway app We are excited to launch our very own app specifically for our takeaway service across our newly reopened restaurants, making it safer and easier for you to browse the menu from home, order, pay online and collect in the restaurant. Download using the links below.

The health, safety and well-being of our guests and teams remains our number one priority.  We have reviewed all our procedures across each part of our business to ensure that we keep everyone safe, and we will continue to review our approach based upon UK Government guidelines and Public Health England. Our Standards & PlanEach...