Ship Inn, Portloe
Portloe, Truro, Cornwall. TR2 5RA
Telephone: 01872 501356
The Ship Inn was built in the 17th century as a fishermans cottage and became a public house at the turn of the last century.
The Ship nestles in the picturesque fishing village of Portloe and is full of character and nautical bric-a-brac. The pub is in a tucked away position only 5 minutes from the sea, with a peaceful beer garden overlooking the wooded valley and trickling stream that runs by. There are 3 cosy bedrooms above there is convenient off street parking available.
We look forward to welcoming you. Mark Swannell.
There are 3 ensuite bedrooms (1 x double, 1 x twin and 1 x larger double room with an additional single bed - ideal for family stays). Rooms are fresh and clean with period sash windows overlooking the wooded valley, all have televisions, tea and coffee making facilities and WIFI.
Guests can enjoy an authentic Cornish breakfast with most produce locally-sourced from within a 12 mile radius including Carters free-range eggs, Kernow's bacon and sausages and Boddingtons preserves. Breakfast is usually served between 8 and 9.30 am but they are flexible with those who require an earlier start.
Off street parking is available.
- £70 per room B&B
- £50 single occupancy B&B
This cosy, warm and welcoming Inn offers traditional pub-food and a good selection of beverages. Daily specials include vegetarian options, traditional pies and fish dishes making the most of local produce such as the famous Portloe crab. Sunday lunches are very popular so we recommend booking in advance.
The bar is open from 12 noon - 3.00pm and 6.00pm - 11.00pm everyday
Food is served 12.00 noon - 2.30pm and 6.00pm - 9.00pm everyday.
Children and dogs are welcome
The Roseland is an area of outstanding natural beauty great for exploring with quaint villages and pretty coves. The Ship Inn is ideally located for those interested in walking with spectacular coastal paths to Portholland, Carhaeys and the breathtaking Nare Head.
The bustling town of Falmouth can be accessed by ferry from the nearby village of St Mawes, famous for its well preserved Henry VIII Castle.
Beaches: Carne beach within 2 miles.
Boating: Trips from nearby St Mawes.
Fishing: Plenty of fishing locally.
Swimming: Sandy beaches within 2 miles.
Riding: Local stables 1 mile away.
Tennis: At Veryan Sports Club 2 miles away.
Main access routes: Just off the St Austell to St Mawes road.
Telephone: 01872 501356
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