Guide to Looe Pubs.
The Jolly Sailor Inn, Princes Square, West Looe.
Built in 1516, The Jolly Sailor is one of the oldest pubs in Britain. Known as the ‘Jolly’, the
main beam in the bar came from a French ship captured at the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. There is a full bar menu available every evening all year round and every lunchtime in the summer. Lunches are available Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the winter months. Real ales include Courage Best, Sharps Doombar and guest ales.
Olde Fisherman's Arms - Higher Market St, East Looe.
Dating back to 1611, the Fisherman's is a ‘proper’ old pub with beamemed ceilings and folk music on Friday nights. Doombar, Bass and Weston’s Scrumpy are amongst the fine drinks on offer. Log fire in the winter.
The Globe Inn - Station Rd, East Looe.
Just by the railway station, the Globe has Skinners ales and also guest beers. Lunches are served all year round and evening meals in season
Swan Inn - Fore St, East Looe.
A nice family pub serving bar meals at lunchtime and evenings from Easter to November, also with a restaurant upstairs. Real ales include Doombar and Courage Best with John Smiths, Guinness and Scrumpy also on offer.
The Barbican Inn - Barbican Rd, East Looe.
The Admiral Boscarn - Churchend, East Looe.
Located just by the beach with a great beer garden, the Boscarn offers home cooked food every lunchtime until 4pm in the season. Doombar is available as well as Cornish Orchard ‘real cider’. Entertainment includes live music and Karoke in the main bar and a Night-club from 11pm to 2pm in the summer.
Ye Olde Salutation Inn - Fore St, East Looe.
Traditional 16thcentury Inn with log fire. Lunchtime and evening meals served until about 2pm and from 6pm. Real ales include Sharps Doombar and Cornish Coaster. Friendly pub with family room.
Ship Inn - Fore Street, East Looe.
Serving St Austell ales including HSD, Tinners and Tribute. Families are welcome and there is a pool table. Bar meals are served lunctimes and evenings every day, all year round with snacks available between 3pm and 6pm. Log fire.
Harbour Moon - The Quay, West Looe, Looe.
The Harbour Moon offers both bar meals and a bistro as well as real ales such as Courage Best, Courage Directors, Fullers London Pride and guest beers.
Tom Sawyers Tavern - Marine Drive, Hannafore, West Looe.
Located in Hannafore, Tom Sawyers Tavern overlooks Looe Island and Looe Bay so you enjoy great views from the large patio area in the summer. With real ales, bar meals and a a la carte restaurant, this is a very popular spot.
The Bullers Arms – Buller Street, East Looe.
A 15th century inn serving real ales such as Skinners Cornish Knocker and Betty Stogs. Known for providing live music, The Bullers also offers bar meals.
Jubilee Inn – Jubilee Hill, Pelynt, Looe.
16th century Inn with oak beamed ceilings and a log fire in winter. The bar serves home made dishes, local fish and fresh vegetables. The dining room is a la carte.