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The Cutty Sark, Marazion - pub details

Cutty Sark
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Address: The Square, Marazion, Cornwall, TR17 0AP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37583) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Penzance (2.8 miles), St Erth (3.7 miles), Lelant Saltings (4.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 5 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Kings Arms, Marazion (0.0 miles), Godolphin Arms, Marazion (0.1 miles), Fire Engine Inn, Marazion (0.4 miles), Mexico Inn, Penzance (1.3 miles), Victoria Inn, Penzance (1.4 miles) - see more nearby pubs


user reviews of the Cutty Sark, Marazion

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We visited this pub restaurant early on a midweek evening in May. Our first visit. It was quiet. We found the staff friendly and helpful, we were given samples of a local beer and cider when we enquired about them. Our meals, a trio of fish and a chicken breast, were very good and accompanied by a good selection of vegetables. The reasonably priced deserts were also much enjoyed.
In short, we enjoyed our visit and would recommend it.
BarryJH - 27 May 2012 22:19
Got a lot of character, locals use the bar, nice friendly people,best pub in Marazion.
ROB54 - 22 Jun 2010 23:02
This was the first time we had been here and it turned out to be fairly decent. The front part is essentially a restaurant but the rear area near the bar feels much more like a pub. Atmosphere was good and they had Sharpe's ales on. Much better than that St Awful's, err, St Austell's stuff.
blamm - 8 Jan 2010 15:25
The Cutty Sark is essentially the hotel bar for the Marazion Hotel and whilst it appears a bit grubby from the outside and lacks the views of the Godolphin or the intimacy of the Kings Arms, the interior does have a certain charm. The large front area is more of a dining area in the summer months and with its wicker chairs has the feel of a Victorian tea room. Two walls are of exposed stonework with one housing a forest of plant life (some of it plastic) and prominent large ship wheels. The rest of the decor is quite plain by comparison. The smaller main bar is to the rear has some interesting barrel seating. 4 handpumps, Doom Bar, Sharps Own (was off) and 2 redundant so it was not the most varied of choices but very reasonable prices. The piped music (someone in here likes Fleetwood Mac) did at least break up the silence given that there were only 4 people in here although, to be fair, it was lunchtime and off season. The pub is certainly a decent alternative to its neighbours but needs a lick of paint on the outside and a full compliment of beers for it to stand out a bit more.
RogerB - 27 May 2009 13:13

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