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The St Mabyn Inn, St Mabyn - pub details

Address: St Mabyn, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3BA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33800) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the St Mabyn Inn, St Mabyn

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I really liked this local pub, next to the church in a small, agricultural village. There is a main bar area with a cosy area of seating around the fire and a couple of smaller rooms where there was a pool table and a number of families. The ale selection was better than most other pubs I went to. Doom Bar still seemed to be popular. But they did also have two non-Sharps ales - Tintagel Cornwall's Pride & Skinners Lushingtons. For me, there was also the bonus of the local Haywood Farm Cider, which I hadn't had for some time. This was my favourite pub of the day in Cornwall.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2017 21:09
A Wednesday afternoon pit stop for a beer & some lunch on our way to Padstow.

As you would expect I'm never been here before and was lured here by the 2016 GBG. I cannot believe it's not been reviewed yet.

A larger pub with added dining room to the back and a large open garden. The 4 internal areas are all different, the bar has stools to the wooden bar where there's 5 hand pumps, 4 ales and 1 real cider. Back behind you up a small step is an open plan lounge area with plenty of seating with tables, a large stone fireplace and a wall of old original advertising signs.

Another room has a pool table, while a further room is laid for diners, all rooms are very well decorated with pictures of days gone by.

Now to the ales, all 4 from the immediate area with Sharp's, Tingtagal and Padstow represented. My 2 pints of Padstow Brewing Co's Windjammer @ 4.3% were very drinkable. The real cider is also from Cornwall.

A fairly small but well covered menu offers mussels, burgers, steak and Panini's among others, my venison burger with onion rings was very good and great value at £11.00 with chips and salad.

We stayed for a couple of drinks after our lunch and the pub completed filled up , mainly with diners. A very good pub, plenty of history to it, great ales, good food and very good service.

Last thing to add is the very nice and clean toilets.

9/10 for me.
lezford - 26 Sep 2016 13:45

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