Address:

The Gurnard's Head
Treen
Zennor
St Ives
Cornwall
TR26 3DE
(01736) 796928
Website


Hours:

Open all day  


 

Map

Find Me

                                  

The Gurnard's Head  

The Gurnard's Head is a traditional Cornish country pub with good food and comfortable ensuite accommodation located in the hamlet of Treen on the spectacular Atlantic coast road (B3306) between St Ives and Land's End in the far west of the Duchy.

The Gurnard’s Head stands out like a beacon against a patchwork of fields and the Atlantic Ocean. This Georgian coaching inn is close to the South West Coast Path and is a frequent pitstop for walkers. A recent refurbishment and ownership change has given the inn a smartness. It specialises in seasonal food, sourced as local as it can. The daily menu changes often includes fish caught in the cove behind the pub, as well as berries from the hedgerows. The beers come from the local Cornish brewers like Skinner’s Brewery
- Betty Stogs or Heligan Honey, or Sharp's Doom Bar.


 

Comments
 

Also try: Logan Rock, TR19 6LG. 

 



 

Services

 

b&b, beer, food, beer garden, real fire, music, kids, car park, vegetarian 

 

©Beerguide 2017

Beers:

Skinner’s Betty Stogs
Skinner’s Heligan Honey
Sharp's Doom Bar.
 


 

Accommodation: 

Here


Images: