When you visit the Pandora, it's easy to forget you're in the 21st century. Its spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it's not difficult to believe that little has changed since that time.
Cosy & Traditional
While the Pandora's wonderful setting remains unchanged, everything else in this cosy traditional inn is 21st century comfort and quality.
Severely damaged by fire in March 2011, the building has been carefully restored and re-opened for business on 9 March 2012. Great attention was paid to retaining as much of the inn's original features and the ground floor is virtually unchanged. Upstairs, the blaze gave the owners an opportunity to give the Pandora a ‘quality’ facelift. The first floor dining area is now a stunningly beautiful vaulted room with traditionally pegged green oak beams. With its Grade II listing, the Pandora has been restored with traditional materials and building methods.
Award-winning pub using fresh, local produce
Publicans John Milan and Steve Bellman have been at the helm of the Pandora since 1999. Their attention to detail in everything â€“ from the food and service to the dÃ©cor and furniture â€“ has established the Pandora as an award-winning pub that aims to give you an enjoyable and memorable experience whenever you visit.
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|Chef Tom Milby uses the freshest, local, seasonal produce. There's an extensive wine list and traditional real ales from St Austell Brewery.
Combine this with a spectacular setting, roaring log fires and a warm welcome from your managers Catherine and Lester Croft and a trip to the Pandora is a must.
PS. And you can even bring your four-legged friends with you as well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the downstairs bar area.
We are featured on the 'Dog Friendly Cornish Pubs' website