This little hidden gem of a pub is a rambling black and white stone and slate building, tucked away off the Wadebridge bypass. Inside are beamed ceilings, some wood panelling, carpeted lounge and dining area and an open fire. The garden is a riot of colour during summer and includes a raised patio with seating and shelter displaying a portrait of the Earl. There is a fabulous collection of old clocks in working order, and old pictures, antiques and sporting bric-a-brac. The pub specialises in good home-cooked food – the meals are high-quality, and booking is recommended.