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Pubs in Polperro
The Crumplehorn Inn:
‘Locally caught fresh fish and shellfish as well as homemade dishes and specialities, served until 9pm.’
The Blue Peter:
‘The last pub before France!’
The Three Pilchards:
‘The oldest pub in Polperro.’
The Ship Inn:
‘A proper Cornish pub.’
The Old Millhouse Inn:
‘Polperro’s hidden gem.’

Restaurants in Polperro
The Kitchen:
‘Meals to delight in relaxing surroundings served with a friendly smile.’
Somewhere:
‘Meals made on the premises are done so using quality local ingredients.’
Michelle’s:
‘We specialize in fish & shellfish caught with our own boats.’
Nelson’s:
‘Renowned for fine food and hospitality.’
Couch’s:
‘An amalgam of Cornish old world charm with sophisticated modern furniture.’
House on the Props:
‘Full of historic interest and nautical and smuggling memorabilia and the menus consist of a wide range of locally sourced produce.’
The Buccaneer:
‘Locally sourced seafood, wines, meats and Cornish ales.’
The Polmary Restaurant:
‘The Polmary Restaurant is a family friendly restaurant serving traditional English cuisine. Dog friendly.’

Places to visit
Polperro Smuggling Museum:
‘A remarkable collection of exhibits and 19th century photographs as well as many items of memorabilia dating from the 18th century’
Polperro model village:
‘Explore the village of Polperro in miniature, and learn about the Cornish myths and legends.’
The Monkey Sanctuary:
‘The Sanctuary is home to 36 individuals; each one with their distinct characters and personalities.’
The Eden Project:
‘Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories.’
The Lost Gardens of Heligan:
‘A genuine secret garden, it was lost for decades; its history consigned to overgrowth.’
The Looe Valley Railway Line:
‘Heavily wooded valleys teaming with wildlife open up to glorious estuary views as the river meets the sea.’
Lanhydrock:
‘The perfect country house and estate, with the feel of a wealthy but unpretentious family home.’
St Michael’s Mount:
‘From ancient cobbles to castle walls, through time and tide, St Michael’s Mount is beckoning.’
Minack Theatre:
‘A unique theatre perched on the cliffs high above the Atlantic ocean.’
Adrenalin Quarry:
‘If you’re looking for things to do in Cornwall, try the UK’s biggest zip wire, largest swing and fresh water coasteering.’
Kartworld:
‘The most exhilarating family go kart racing circuit in Cornwall.’
Cotehele:
‘Tudor house with superb collections, garden, quay and estate.’
Port Eliot:
‘A Grade 1 listed house with a Grade 1 listed park and garden.’
Museum of Witchcraft:
‘The world’s largest public collection of items relating to witchcraft, the occult and magic.’
Tate St Ives Art Gallery:
‘Tate St Ives is closed for refurbishment until Spring 2017. The Barbara Hepworth Museum is open daily.’

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