Independent Pubs in Truro

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Searching for the perfect pint? Go independent

Truro is home to one of Cornwall’s oldest Free Houses and you really do have to check it out – it oozes Cornish character, charm and local faces.  Once you’ve sampled its delights, there are plenty of other independent pubs, micro-breweries and tap houses serving up a whole host of locally crafted beers and ales right across Truro.  If it’s wine or cocktails you’re after, there are plenty of independent bars offering a fantastic selection of both, often local too.  Explore your options below. 

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One of the oldest pubs in Truro, doing something new.
The William IV is a lively pub in the heart of the city with a beautiful, award winning garden, and large lounge.
Overlooking the River Allen and Truro Cathedral; The Barley Sheaf is one of Truro’s oldest pubs, originally established in 1819.
The Old Print Works is a place for people to enjoy a large selection of Goodh beer, guest taps and good food. 
A family-owned 16th Century dining pub with rooms, located in the heart of Cornwall where rural charm meets modern chic.
Specialist beer seller, stocking a wide array of craft beers from local Cornish beers to the rest of UK and various international beers.
Simply the best place to get a fresh pint of Cornish Ale, right in the heart of our city
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.