The Ship Inn

Historic Inn in Lerryn, Cornwall

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Fore Street
Lerryn
Cornwall
England
PL22 0PT

The Ship Inn, Lerryn

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We welcome you to The Ship Inn Lerryn a sixteenth century inn which has always been at the heart of Lerryn's community. The old slate floors and candlelight will remind you of the past as will listening to the rich voices of the locals who still make their living from land river and sea.

The Ship Inn Lerryn is the only pub in this magical creekside village where the 'catch of the day' might arrive via a lucky fisherman the local villagers strut their stuff in the summer review and everyone simply everyone mucks about on the river. After a long day exploring come back to a warm welcome at The Ship Inn Lerryn where you will have good service locally sourced homemade food and accommodation in our tastefully decorated rooms. Our bar and restaurant is an ideal meeting and relaxing place for travellers and locals alike.

We offer you an extensive choice of real ales. Our bar/restaurant food is prepared by our chef who takes pride in serving you well presented freshly prepared and locally sourced produce. Lerryn is a magical place peacefully nestling in a lovely tree lined river valley.

A small friendly picturesque riverside village Lerryn is set in a conservation area within an area of outstanding natural beauty. It has magnetic appeal to artists; walkers; country lovers; boating enthusiasts and is much appreciated by residents and visitors alike. The River Lerryn runs through the middle of the village and has glorious woodland walks on either side some private woodland and some National Trust and Forestry Commission owned.

Much in evidence on the river are numerous "wild" ducks (puddleducks) all obligingly tame when offered food and are quite a local attraction The Eden Project is approx 9 miles with the Lost Gardens of Heligan approximately 13 miles. Lanhydrock (the famous Cornish National Trust property) is only 5 miles away. Further away on the North coast but within easy reach are Newquay Padstow and Tintagel.

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18 October, 1529

Cardinal Wolsey falls from power

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