1 mile out of Torpoint on the A374 follow the signs for St John. The pub is in the centre of the village and has a large car park to the side.
Do be aware that there is 1/2 mile of very narrow lanes on the approach.
The pub has been well supported by the local community and is going from strength to strength since the reopening.
Since taking on the pub the most has been made of the 3/4 acre site with landscaping and the formation of the campsite in the lower portion. There is a large patio at the front and ample seating in the garden.
The site is in a conservation area with a Site of Special Scientific Interest at St Johns Lake only 2 minutes walk away, where many sea and wading birds can be seen.
The site is a very small and quiet site with room for around 8 tents depending on their size.
The pub serves Real Ales which change every week and can be anything from a 3.5% ‘quaffing’ bitter to a luxurious 5.6% chocolate Porter.
Food is only served on a friday evening from 5-9pm when an outside caterer sets up a flying kitchen in the marquee serving fish and chips, steak, sausages, and anything else he feels like on the night.
There is no TV, wifi or duke box, but they do have music events from time to time in the large marquee.
Things to do
The seaside area of Whitsand Bay is less than 2 miles away with it's long stretch of golden sands.
Mount Edgcombe country park is 4 miles away which has the attraction of formal and informal gardens, deerpark, orangery and also estuary walks.
The twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand are 3 miles away. They are the quintessential Cornish fishing villages with small beaches and 4 public houses all serving food. A small shop and gift shops.
The city of Plymouth can be reached by a short car ferry ride 2 miles from the pub for all your shopping needs and a visit to the historic Mayflower steps.
Toilets Showers Electric hook ups Ice block freezing Onsite shop Pets welcome Adult only site Club house Local taxi's Local shops Near to beach Near to sports facilities Local pub