The Blisland Inn on Bodmin Moor is a traditional small pub steeped in history. It has beams, a welcoming fire and a vast collection of mugs. We were made to feel at home by the friendly staff and customers and there was plenty of choice on the menu. We had a delicious inexpensive lunch washed down with local cider, would recommend the BLT ( which had a surprising amount of bacon) We followed this with a stroll around the green and a look at the church and cottages, will return in better weather, but I suspect that this place gets rammed in the season.
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