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The Ploughboy Inn, Saltash - pub details

Address: Liskeard Road, Saltash, Cornwall, PL12 4HG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6074) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Saltash (1.4 miles), St Budeaux Ferry Road (1.8 miles), St Budeaux Victoria Road (2.4 miles)

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Rodney, Saltash (0.6 miles), Cecil Arms, Saltash (0.8 miles), Icewarm Cafe Bar, Saltash (1.0 miles), Brunel, Saltash (1.1 miles), Railway Hotel, Saltash (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs


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'Regulars' sit on stools surrounding the bar refusing to move whilst punters queue and bar staff stand waiting to serve them!
Food okay but has a monopoly in the area and has become complacent. Prices creeping up. Has been and could be so much better with just a bit of effort.....
Caradon - 2 Jul 2015 09:17
It was great to find a pub serving "real" bar meals. Most pubs seem to be licensed restaurants these days.
There was a brilliant choice of meals at very reasonable prices.The service was good and the staff were very pleasant. An ideal place to go for a night out with friends. We were here on holiday and I would recommend this pub anyday.Don't know any history of the place but on the night we went it could not be faulted.
Degsy - 24 Apr 2008 23:50
Oh bad beer. Lazy staff. Food declined after the rid of head chef. Still is amazingly busy though. I guess people stick to what they know.
missymoo - 1 Apr 2008 00:13
Never short on Doom Bar and Tribute, pleasant chatty staff, and the grub is of no mean standard either. This is a PERFECT place for a range-finder or two before a day trip on the number 1 or 2 into Plym.

I say that for a reason, as during the evening's you might get more frustrated. It understandably gets VERY busy, and if you don't want to eat you need to be prepared to find yourself compressed into an oddly small bar area.
getsit - 2 Mar 2008 11:40
Sheila owns both this and The Brunel. Although she is looking for buyers for the latter.
Blackcobain - 29 Jan 2007 13:10

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