Over the past few years The Pandora Inn has been both a national finalist for the wine category in The Great British Pub awards and winner of the St. Austell Brewery estate awards for ‘Best Wine Pub’. In recognition of this owners John Milan and Steve Bellman, along with managers Catherine and Lester Croft, were taken to Champagne courtesy of the ... Continue Reading →
We are now stocking local tea – yes, that’s tea actually grown in Cornwall! Tregothnan put the ‘English’ into English tea for the first time in history when they planted the first ever tea in the UK in 1999.
Tea – Camellia sinensis – thrives at Tregothnan by the deep-sea creek of the Fal in Cornwall. We stock a wide range of Tregothnan teas – Classic, Earl Grey, Green, Peppermint, Chamomile, ... Continue Reading →
The Pandora Inn is blessed with the most magical setting on the banks of Restronguet Creek. Our new video brings out the natural beauty of the location and we hope you’ll agree shows this iconic Cornish pub at its very best. With shots taken both inside and out, it really gives you a flavour of what makes the Pandora Inn an award-winning pub. Continue Reading →
Did you know we have produced a leaflet of delightful circular walks that bring you to the Pandora Inn – allowing you to build up a thirst and an appetite along the way!
The Pandora Inn is blessed with the most glorious location, with parts of the inn dating back to the 13th century… many hundreds of years before the invention of ... Continue Reading →
Live music from 7.30pm
Cornish singer Sue King will be performing live at the Pandora
Sue has been singing and playing Cornish Folk songs as ‘Sue White’ since moving to Cornwall in 1979. She has played in clubs, concerts and folk festivals across the UK, and abroad, and has performed on local and national radio www.cornishsinger.com
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The rather fine portrait that looks out across the Upper Deck dining room is that of Sir Charles Lemon, 2nd Baronet Lemon of Carclew. John Milan, who owns the Pandora Inn with Steve Bellman, recently bought the portrait at The Truro Auction centre for an undisclosed sum. Read on to find out its historical connection to the Pandora Inn…
Born in September 1784, Sir Charles was a British Member of Parliament for several constituencies, and a baronet. He lived a ... Continue Reading →
Walking in through the Pandora inn’s main entrance from the car park, first time visitors often stop dead in their tracks as they find themselves facing a stunning 6ft replica of a galleon – the HMS Pandora.
The real HMS Pandora was built in 1779 and this model was constructed in around 1795. It had been displayed in the pub for years before being ... Continue Reading →