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The London Inn, Penzance - pub details

London Inn
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Address: 75 Causewayhead, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2SR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15296) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Penzance (0.4 miles)

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As a newcomer to Penzance (just moved there) I found the London Inn to be friendly and welcoming for the beer drinker and family alike, it is used by many local fisherman and their families and a laugh a minuet the landlady is just perfect she is not from Cornwall like myself but she like everyone who uses the pub are welcome with open arms and a good pint. I tried all the pubs in the Penzance and found this one to be my favourite. I have noted that people say it is not a very nice place to go out in Penzance well they donít like people who make trouble for their clientele, those individuals are evicted silently and fast protecting their premises.
bftp5319 - 15 Apr 2012 02:39
lnice little pub. good quality Skinners betty stoggs.Sorry not to see London Pride, the old regular ale. however a good visit was had by all.
chiefknut - 12 Dec 2009 02:36
Best to avoid..unless you have a mouthpiece.
mrdruse - 19 Jul 2009 23:25
By the end of our week in town we were running out of pubs to visit. The good ones had all been ticked off and just the questionable ones remained. We had passed the London Inn on a few occasions but been put of by the loud music and the general morons that populate the town centre at the weekends. From the outside it does look quite appealing so we decided it was one of the better options left that we had not previously been in. The main bar is actually very rough and ready with a tatty and battered look that can sometimes give the place a certain appeal but here it just doesnít feel right. The ornate old fireplace with its stove catches the eye but the claim of having gas lighting as a major feature is not so obvious. Whilst the temptation to ram the place with stereotypical London memorabilia has mercifully been avoided (no model routemasters or plastic copperís helmets spotted on my visit), the place could do without the Sherlock Holmes / Dr Watson mirror! To the rear is a smaller bar with lots of paneling, a dart board and an out of place TV. At the rear is a courtyard where a group were singing rowdy football songs which hardly enhanced the ambience. On the beer front just the one ale available; a rather poor Courage Best which is even more disappointing given the prominence of certficate from Courage championing their supposedly good quality. It is certainly not the worst pub in town and was still the best of a bad bunch of pubs we had outstanding but if you do feel the need to visit, it is best outside of peak times.
RogerB - 20 Mar 2009 09:47
plays rubbish loud music to 3 dodgy looking chaps at the bar & all within 200 yards, a waste of nice building.
eankelvin - 24 Dec 2008 16:19

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