Find & Contact The Old Inn & Restaurant, St Breward, Cornwall
With its cosy dog friendly bars, huge roaring log fires and sloping beamed ceilings, The Old Inn & Restaurant is Cornwall’s highest Inn and is situated in the moorland village of St Breward, best known for its granite quarries, breathtaking views, rich history and roaming ponies.
Tel: 01208 850711
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How to find us:
The Old Inn & Restaurant, Churchtown, St Breward, Bodmin Moor, Cornwall PL30 4PP
Traveling from the A30
You must use the new Temple Tor junction from the A30. Most Sat Navs will not direct you to this junction. Follow the signpost for ‘St Breward’. Travel across the moor and through some narrow lanes and take the right junction signposted ‘St Breward’. Follow the road over Delphi Bridge, the road bears a sharp left, go over the cattle grid into the village. At the next junction go straight across and then take the next right. We are 600 yards up the road by the church.
Travelling from Bodmin:
Follow the A389 towards Wadebridge, take a slight right on to the B3266 in the direction of St Breward. When you arrive at St Breward, The Old Inn is on the left.
Travelling from Wadebridge:
Follow the A39 towards Bude, turn right on to the B3266 towards St Tudy. When you arrive at St Breward, The Old Inn is on the left.