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Full Postal AddressNew Inn, Manaccan, HELSTON, TR12 6HA [Map]
Telephone Number01326 231323Pub's Own Websitehttp://www.newinn-manaccan.co.uk/ 
Opening Times12-15, 18-23 MO-SA; 12-15, 19-22:30 SU
FacilitiesCar Park, Evening Meals, Real Fire, Beer Garden, Lunchtime Meals, Quiet Bar

The New Inn, August 1997

A cosy thatched pub buried in the Cornish countryside in a small village well off the beaten track. Just a single basic bar with no frills. The beer is served straight from the barrels situated behind the bar. Had a good pint of Sharps Doom Bar. No noisy machines or juke boxes. Quite a wide mix of people (and indeed dogs at times!) in the pub. Whilst we were there on a weekday summer evening, sailors, locals and folk from up country....

Great tasty food on offer at very reasonable prices served by friendly staff. Good sandwiches at lunchtimes. Lots of seafood available. If you are after food it's probably wise to get there early or book as the pub is quite popular and you'll be lucky to get a table later on in the evening. Children are welcome with high chairs available. There's also only limited parking available too.

Out the back there's a big well-tended garden which looked the ideal place for a quite pint in the sun.

Jamaica Inn [Audiobook],
D Du Maurier, 2006
This is Daphne du Maurier's classic tale of deception, read by Samantha Bond. Mary Yellan, recently orphaned, goes to live with her aunt at Jamaica Inn - stark and forbidding and standing alone on Bodmin Moor, its very walls tainted with corruption.

AA Pub Walks and Cycle Rides: Devon & Cornwall,
AA Publishing, 2005
This guide includes 25 walks and 15 cycle rides with colour photographs throughout showing sites, views and pubs along the route. A full colour map accompanies each walk and cycle and there is practical information such as distance, minimum time and level of difficulty to make sure you make the most of your family day out.

Country Pubs & Inns of Cornwall,
P Long, 2005
This guide will provide readers with the most comprehensive choice of pubs and inns situated in the countryside of Cornwall.<br />In addition to the name, address and telephone number, many entries will provide details of real ales, food, accommodation and facilities such as opening times, entertainment, parking, gardens and children's play areas as well as directions on how to get there.

Pub Walks for Motorists: Devon and Cornwall,
M Bennie, 2005
Forty circular walks covering the two counties, each based on a good local pub. Includes routes around Parracombe, Kentisbeare, and Postbridge in Devon; and Pentewan, Lamorna and Port Isaac in Cornwall.

Pub Walks Along the Cornwall Coast Path,
E Smith, 2004
A collection of 20 circular walks, based on the Cornwall Coast Path, stretching from Port Isaac via Land's End and the Lizard to Cremyll, near Plymouth.

Pub Walks in SW Cornwall,
T & D Rowe, 2001
30 short circular walks based on good local pubs.

The Hidden Inns of the West Country,
J Billing & R Peace, 2000
The first in the Hidden Inns series, this guide contains 10 chapters giving historical facts, important landmarks and places to visit. A full page is devoted to each pub or inn.

Short Walks from Cornish Pubs,
E Smith, 1995
Twenty short circular walks based on inns in Cornwall. They are evenly spread between Bude and Fowey and between Seaton and Land's End. Sketch maps and photographs.

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