Located in Sennen, the most westerly village in mainland Britain and just one mile from Land's End, the First & Last Inn is one of the most famous Inns in Cornwall, not only due to our location, but because of our notorious reputation since the 1600s of being the headquarters of smugglers and wreckers.
We are a family run business specialising in locally sourced products - both food and ales. All of our dishes are made from scratch by our team of chefs using locally sourced produce. We strive to give our customers an enjoyable and relaxing experience as if they were in their own local pub.
The Travellers Rest is a cosy, 17th Century inn with flagstone flooring, open fires and beamed ceilings. Nestled between Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay, the pub is ideally located to relax and unwind as you take in the sights of the North Cornwall coast. Traditional pub food is served between 12 to 3pm and 6pm to 9pm. There's also fresh seafood available, a carvery, plus vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options.
Churchtown, St Breward, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 4PP
With its cosy dog friendly bars, huge roaring log fires and sloping beamed ceilings, The Old Inn & Restaurant is Cornwall’s highest Inn and is situated in the moorland village of St Breward. We are known for our delicious home-cooked food, including our legendary Moorland Mixed Grills, our very popular all-day Sunday Carvery with a selection of 4 freshly cooked meats and our daily-changing Specials Board of over 25 different freshly-prepared dishes. And the good news is that where possible, everything is made from only the very best, fresh local Cornish produce.