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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.’
‘We specialize in fish & shellfish caught with our own boats.’
‘Renowned for fine food and hospitality.’
‘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.’
‘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.’
‘The most exhilarating family go kart racing circuit in Cornwall.’
‘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:
‘Visit the iconic Tate St Ives gallery, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.’
Art Fund Museum of the Year 2018 Winner. The Barbara Hepworth Museum is also open daily.

The Cornwall Guide:
‘Cornwall holiday information, towns, photos, beaches, news and more.’