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Inns in Redruth

The Lanner Inn
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Lanner

Redruth
Cornwall

TR16 6EH | View map
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Lanner is ideally situated for all parts of Central and Western Cornwall, being only a short distance from Falmouth, Redruth and the City of Truro, and handy for Penzance, St. Ives and Newquay.There is plenty of opportunities for the walker or cyclist when using the Lanner Inn as a base, with access to the Great Flat Lode Trail, only a few hundred yards from the door. There are also quality horse riding stables nearby, and multiple choices of beaches, all within a short drive. Lanner is also central to most of the major Cornish tourist attractions, such as the amazing Eden Project, Flambards, Poldark Mine, Shire Horse and Cornish Gold Centres, and not forgetting the many and varied heritage centres and gardens, such as Trebah and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.The Lanner Inn is a 200 year old inn, which at various times has been a coaching Inn, as well as a "Tally" pub during its period off ownership by the local tin mines.Nowadays, the Inn caters for the locals by hosting all the traditional pub pastimes, cards, darts, pool etc. and of course, good conversation in a cosy, real fire warmed bar.The pub enjoys a reputation for good real ales from local and national breweries.

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