One of the oldest inns in the country, The Weary Friar is tucked amongst the winding lanes of the Cornish village of Pillaton. Just 15 minutes from the Tamar Bridge, The Weary Friar is perfectly located for those venturing further into Cornwall, or heading towards Plymouth and West Devon. Originally, the inn housed the builders of the church, and it still boasts an underground tunnel that connects the two buildings. Its history has even given rise to rumours of hauntings. Today, this pub offers cheerful service, tasty food, and a range of drinks including local beer and ale. The Weary Friar serves high-quality traditional English pub food alongside special dishes that are prepared fresh each day; whatever you choose you’re guaranteed a fantastic experience. Ideally located for visits to Dartmoor and Bodmin Moor, as well as Cornwall’s lovely fishing villages and beaches, The Weary Friar offers comfortable en-suite guest bedrooms and great hospitality.