Pubs & Inns in Truro

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Did you know that the Cornish word for Pub is Diwotti? No?… well now you’re ready! 

Lovers of local ale and Cornish food will find Truro and the rest of Cornwall thriving with charming pubs oozing character and charm. From modern and independent pubs micro-brewing their own beers, to historical inns whose doors have been open to locals for centuries; you’re certainly not short of options. 

If you’re looking for a pint or food with a view, then head down to Lemon Quay or the banks of the Truro River to sit back and watch life sail by. Alternatively, discover the old, characterful inns that are hidden down the ancient, narrow streets of Truro’s city centre. Almost all of the pubs and inns across the city offer a wide range of local drinks, and varied menus of lights bites and traditional pub grub dishes that are likely made up local ingredients sourced from Cornish farmers, fishermen and producers. 

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Traditional pub in Truro, offering locals and visitors a place to stay, eat, enjoy, and drink!
Overlooking the River Allen and Truro Cathedral; The Barley Sheaf is one of Truro’s oldest pubs, originally established in 1819.
The Rising Sun is a true gastropub, seamlessly combining locally sourced, sophisticated yet familiar food in a welcoming authentic pub environment.
The County Arms enjoys a central location with glorious rural views. The pub and restaurant offer an affordable and versatile palace to unwind in Truro.