For many visitors to Cornwall, Pandora's Inn is a summer destination alongside a delightful creek side setting off of the Carrick Roads.
I have long felt that it is best enjoyed in the winter months: my tip is to arrive on an evening near a full moon when you easily slip into smugglers territory.
On Easter Sunday the staff and kitchen were coping well with a full house. The carvery was good and on a cold day that, and good beer - it is a St Austell Brewery house - is all you need.
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