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The Ship, Lerryn - pub details

Ship
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Address: Fore Street, Lerryn, Cornwall, PL22 0PT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 42425) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lostwithiel (3 miles), Par (4.6 miles), Bodmin Parkway (5.1 miles)

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We sat outside in the beer garden which just has a view of the back of the pub but others seemed to have taken their glasses down to the picnic tables by the river which I assume have some connection to the pub. If you do that, then you've got a fantastic view, otherwise the pub isn't anything special. Sharp's Cornish Coaster & Atlantic, Doom Bar and Exeter's Avocet Ale were the 4 handpulls last Saturday. My pint of Coaster was rather good.
paul_d102 - 25 Jul 2018 18:49
Lerryn is a lovely village on the River Fowey. There are stepping stones to cross the river. The village local is the Ship, which seems to be popular with diners. The interior is no frills. But the landlord and landlady were friendly. Doom Bar & Cornish Coaster made up the predictable ale choice. Worth visiting for the location.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2017 20:51
I agree with the comment below about being a tardis. Ceratainly on the outside it looks like a small village pub, but once inside its a pretty big space with a single bar and various nooks and crannies off it including a large(ish) conservatory.

Three beers available at time of visit including Doombar and Cornish Crown, (a small independent brewer based in Penzance).

Pleasant locals and dog friendly. Its in a most beautiful spot and worth a detour just to see it.
ridleyman - 14 Sep 2014 13:59
Visited Oct 2011 - picturesque location by the river and a proper traditional pub. Very welcoming, good food and beers - a bit off the beaten track but definitely worth a visit.
lobster56 - 5 Jan 2012 12:22
Historically an excellent traditional pub, with a classic public bar area and more dogs than people on our recent visit !
Previous comments are generally on the ball, though our ploughmans' lunches were a little sparse, took ages to be served (not busy) and were served with three small discs of French stick, which were very dry, hard and stale. Why ?
My partner got the pip when she noticed on (nearly) finishing her half-pint, that there was a lemon pip in the bottom of the glass ! Why ?
Disapointment from one of my favourite pubs that we travelled some distance to get to.
Rating applies only to this visit.
anonymous - 19 Sep 2011 16:03

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