The Carne Arms dates back over 400 years and is a delightful old inn with open fires and a friendly, cosy ambiance. Thought to have originally been part of the local Rectory it’s name is ancient and is derived from the Cornish "Carn" which means "rock." However, in this instance, the inn probably received its name in memory of a wealthy and influential local family rather than from any feature of the local landscape.
The Carne Arms is situated beside the main road which runs through the village. Our historic inn is easy to spot and well worth finding. We have an excellent choice of beers and ales. Residents from the village meet at our pub regularly. We also have a restaurant with an appealing home cooked menu of local and traditional dishes, along with bar meals for those who want a lighter bite.
You will need to book well in advance. We also advise you book for Friday and Saturday evenings and Sunday Lunch. This is definitely the place for the whole family, with a large beer garden and safe play area at the rear.
For more information - visit our own website: www.carnearms.co.uk