Worth a Visit
Attractive building dating from the 13th c; heavy black beams and stripped stonework, high-backed settle and other traditional furniture, copper pans hanging above woodburner in big inglenook, glass-covered well in one part, good home-made food including vegetarian options, summer pizzas and monthly curry night, St Austell ales and decent wines, friendly helpful staff; live folk evening first Thurs of the month, games such as table skittles in conservatory; children and dogs (not in restaurant) welcome, tables on big sunny terrace, closed out of season Sun evening, Mon
What the licensee says
A place to relax, step back and be steeped in history, Church House Inn, Churchstow, a 13th Century pub, built as a rest house for Bendictine Monks from Buckfast Abbey it has been a hostelry of one kind or another all of its life.
Bursting with unspoilt original charm and character, inglenook fireplace, log burners & beams a plenty, with legends of smuggling monks and tunnels down in the well in the main entrance, leading to the Church and beyond.
Serving award winning food inspired by the abudance of local produce from sea to shore surrounding us. A daily seasonal menu runs alongside our classic menu as well as traditional family service Sunday roasts and handmade pizzas in the evenings.
All washed down with a seriously good St Austell pint or large G & T from our ever growing selection.
Visit our website @ www.churchhouse-churchstow.com for latest events and offers
Accepts Credit Cards
Meals & Snacks
Dogs at the bar
Children in the garden
Children in the restaurant
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