Fodor's Expert Review Admiral Benbow
One of the town's most famous inns, the 17th-century Admiral Benbow was once a smugglers' pub—look for the figure of a smuggler on the roof. In the family-friendly dining room, decorated to resemble a ship's galley, you can enjoy seafood or a steak-and-ale pie. Seafaring memorabilia, a brass cannon, model ships, and figureheads fill the place.
46 Chapel St.
Penzance, Cornwall TR18 4AF, England
- Great historic character
- Cozy and relaxed atmosphere
- Classic pub cuisine