A newly refurbished traditional inn, that dates from 1755. This was originally known as ‘The Lamb’. It owes its establishment to the Angarrack tin smelting house, which once operated nearby. The pub has a warm and friendly atmosphere complete with log fire in the winter. Situated in a small village it is surrounded by picturesque views and close to Hayle’s 3 miles of golden sands.
We look forward to welcoming you.
Angarrack Inn is situated in the heart of the village of Angarrack, approximately 1.5 miles from Hayle. The inn dates back to the 18th century, has a large car park and beer garden and is overlooked by the impressive viaduct.Inside is warm, welcoming and friendly with a variety of St. Austell cask ales, lagers and ciders. Food is served daily between 6-9pm, with a varied menu including steaks, pie, grills, chicken etc. Monday night is Curry night and Friday night is Grill night. The regular menu is available on these nights also. There is a childrens menu or they are welcome to choose from the regular menu. All food is homemade on the premises. There is a quiz night on Sundays from 8.30pm. Children are always welcome as are well behaved dogs.There is a log fire for cold winter evenings.
Contact: 01736 752380 TR27 5JB