Trelowarren Arms

Trelowarren Arms


0.5 miles
Budock Water, Falmouth, TR11 5DR

Reopened in March 2017, Trelowarren Arms is a quintessentially Cornish pub in the heart of a quaint Cornish village. Owner Anna Cavanagh worked in the pub when she was just 14 and returned some 20 years later to restore the pub to its former glory and give something back to her community. Anna, along with her husband Martin and the team, have received a very warm reception since reopening the Trelly, as it’s affectionately known, and has earned a loyal following of regular patrons.

The bar stocks a variety of local ales and has an extensive gin selection. The kitchen is headed up by chef Ben Ibbotson and the food on offer is beautifully simple; home-cooked pub classics made using only the freshest and finest local ingredients. These include Ben’s steak and ale pie, homemade lasagne and Kitto’s sausages and mash, but be sure to save room for the delicious homemade cheesecake of the day. Most of the dishes take advantage of the fresh meat and fish that are so readily available to the pub, and there are also plenty of choices that are either gluten-free, vegetarian or both. Since reopening, the pub is best known for its fantastic Sunday roast, which is served all day and not to be missed so booking is essential.

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Opening Hours:
Food Served Times:
Tues:noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9pm
Weds:noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9pm
Thurs:noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9pm
Fri:noon-2pm, 6pm-9pm
Sat:noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9pm

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