What better way to enjoy a pint this summer than in a beautiful Cornish beer garden? We pick 9 of the best places to visit…

The Three Pilchards, Polperro
Situated at the heart of the scenic seaside village of Polperro is the 16th century pub, The Three Pilchards. Enjoy a jacket potato with delicious fillings of your choice alongside a much-needed pint of real ale while sat in the picturesque beer garden soaking in the summer sun. Keep an eye out for the live entertainment nights, a perfect opportunity to get together with friends and indulge in a drink or two.

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The William IV, Truro

After a day of shopping in the bustling city centre, stop by for a glass of wine and unwind in the award-winning beer garden. Tuck into a hearty plate of one of the pub classics or perhaps a tasty pie with a pint of HSD ale. Bring your four-legged friend too for a relaxing afternoon in the sun.

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Pandora Inn, Falmouth 

Enjoy a drink by the Restronguet Creek in the sunshine with your four-legged friend on the decking at the Pandora Inn in Falmouth. At this award-winning pub you’ll be spoilt for choice with a menu brimming with real ales and wines.

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Tywarnhayle Inn, Perranporth 

Just a stone’s throw away from the golden sands of Perranporth Beach is the Tywarnhayle Inn, a dog-friendly pub with a variety of local ales. After a friendly game of pool head to the garden where you can indulge in a pint of Guinness in the sunshine with a hearty, home cooked meal. Have a laugh with friends on a Monday night at the quiz or enjoy live music on Friday and Sundays.

The Ship Inn, Pentewan 

The Ship Inn is a 16th century, dog-friendly pub situated in the beautiful village of Pentewan. As the weekend comes to an end, treat yourself to a Sunday carvery with a pint of Proper Job as you admire the view over the harbour from the garden.

The Ship Inn..perfect place for a cold cider on a warm day

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Fire Engine Inn, Marazion 

Blessed with picturesque views over St Michaels Mount and Mount’s Bay is the charming Fire Engine Inn. Pop by after a scenic walk with views over the Cornish coastline and treat yourself to a hearty plate, perhaps burger and chips – best washed down with a pint! For a light-hearted evening of laughter gather friends here on a Sunday for quiz night and a tipple or two.

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The Golden Lion, Menherion 

In summer, surround yourself in the flourishing flora in the garden at The Golden Lion. Tuck into a plate of ham, egg and chips whilst adoring the views of Stithians Lake with your four-legged friend and a pint to hand at this Cornish country pub.

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The Smuggler’s Den, Cubert 

While away an afternoon sipping a pint of ale as the children run around the play area at The Smuggler’s Den, a 16th century pub set in the heart of the North Cornwall countryside. Delve into scrumptious scampi, chips and peas and after go for a stroll along Holywell Bay, only a stone’s throw away from the pub.

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St Kew Inn, St Kew

Situated in the coastal Cornish village of St Kew is the St Kew Inn, a 15th century pub. Explore the menu, brimming with a variety of wines and ales; perhaps order the delicious sausage and bean cassoulet with cheddar mash too. Enjoy the lively atmosphere on every other Friday when the pub hosts live music nights.

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