Welcome to the Pandora InnWhen you visit the Pandora, it's easy to forget you're in the 21st century. Its spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it's not difficult to believe that little has changed since that time.
Cosy & traditionalWhile the Pandora's wonderful setting remains unchanged, everything else in this cosy traditional inn is 21st century comfort and quality.
Award-winning pub using fresh, local producePublicans John Milan and Steve Bellman have been at the helm of the Pandora since 1999. Their attention to detail in everything - from the food and service to the décor and furniture - has established the Pandora as an award-winning pub that aims to give you an enjoyable and memorable experience whenever you visit. Chef John Poole uses the freshest, local, seasonal produce. There's an extensive wine list and traditional real ales from St Austell Brewery. Combine this with a spectacular setting, roaring log fires and a warm welcome from your managers Catherine and Lester Croft and a trip to the Pandora is a must.
A busy day on the Pandora pontoon! We love this time lapse sequence of our pontoon on a busy summer’s day – there’s so much going on and the scenery is stunning! This was produced by Toby Ackland one of our multi-talented members of staff. You can see more of Toby’s work here: www.tobyacklandphotography.com
We look forward to welcoming everyone to the Pandora. Our accessibility page describes the facilities and services that we offer our customers. Click to learn more about accessibility at the Pandora Inn.
At The Pandora Inn we are committed to running a modern and sustainable business within the confines of a grade II listed building in an environmentally sensitive area. Learn more about what we do to minimise our impact on the environment.
You are welcome to bring your four-legged friends with you – well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the downstairs bar area.
We are featured on the ‘Dog Friendly Cornish Pubs’ website
‘The Gribbin’ ale to help Cornish coastline
The National Trust and St Austell Brewery have teamed up to create a seasonal pale ale called ‘The Gribbin’. In 1965, St Austell Brewery gave a Co...
The new Pandora Inn calendar raising funds for charity
Now you can be reminded of your favourite pub every day of the year with the wonderful new Pandora Inn Calendar for 2016! Priced at £5.95, the cal...
Pandora Inn News
Keeping it local – with Cornish Orchard Ciders
Cornwall is renowned for its cider so it is always a very popular drink in this part of the world. We stock, and sell, a big range here at the Pandora...
Keeping it local – Cornish coffee just keeps getting better…
As part of our quest to keep it local, as well as selling Cornish grown tea from Tregothnan, we also sell Cornish coffee! While the climate in England...
From the Blog
I came here for cream tea with my wonderful family. At 80 years young, I don’t get to see them much, but this provided the perfect setting!! I loved the food. And particular compliments to a certain Woody P. whose joyful banter really made my day. Nay, my year!! Thank you Pandora (and Woody, LOL).
The best cream tea
Such a lucky sunny Easter Monday…..the best cream tea since the last one we had here… And perfect day and suroundings…
Had a wonderful lunch. The menu is quite extensive and varied, surprisingly so for a pub. The food was absolutely delicious and wonderfully presented. I actually photographed the dishes before we ate as they looked magnificent. They tasted even better! The staff were great too, particularly the young man who gave our little dog some dog treats! Just perfect! We will return!!