Pandora Inn named South West Pub of the Year

Posted on 09th February 2014

The Pandora Inn has won Gold at the 2013-2014 South West Tourism Awards – the second time it has taken the accolade in as many years.

A 13th century inn located on the bank of the River Fal in Restronguet Creek, The Pandora Inn was also named as Cornwall’s best pub at the Cornwall Tourism Awards back in December.

Seeing off competition from establishments in Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Wiltshire and Cornwall to be named Tourism Pub of the Year, its status highlights the fantastic traditional experiences which can be enjoyed by those on their Cornwall cottage holidays.

Among the biggest accolades available for pubs in the South West, the Tourism Pub of the Year award is given to an establishment which offers a wide range of beers, ales and wines, as well as a fine selection of locally produced food – all factors which also have a significant role to play in the local economy.

If you are looking forward to an unforgettable cottage holiday in Cornwall this summer, be sure to pay a visit to the Pandora Inn and discover why it is the subject of such acclaim.

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