The Roseland Inn
Pubs and Bars with Restaurants
The 16th-century Roseland Inn is found in a wonderfully secluded rural hamlet, just a few miles from the tranquil waters of the River Fal, and is the perfect location for exploring the surrounding Roseland Peninsula countryside. Guests are guaranteed a warm welcome here and will feel at home, whether they’re popping in for a quick drink or enjoying a three-course meal.
A cosy traditional bar with slate ﬂoors and wooden beams greets diners and offers a fantastic selection of ales. Local ales are a speciality, as The Roseland Inn boasts an on-site microbrewery. You can choose to eat inside, in the spacious restaurant, or outside in the pretty, ﬂower-ﬁlled beer garden. The regularly changing menu always makes the most of locally landed ﬁsh and shellﬁsh. On our visit we were wowed by a sublime Cornish white crab risotto and a deliciously tender loin of hake with saffron creamed leeks. Portions here are generous, but we managed to squeeze in a delicious sticky toffee pudding and a ﬂavoursome mixed berry cheesecake. This pub’s popularity with both loyal locals and holidaymakers was clear to see. With delightful walking and cycling routes on the doorstep it’s the perfect spot to rest your weary feet and enjoy some excellent food and drink. We left full and very happy, with plans to return.