Welcome to The Old Inn, a traditional thatched pub set in the picturesque village of Mullion on the spectacular Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, the most southerly point of mainland Britain.
Steeped in history and at the heart of village life, The Old Inn has provided food and respite to weary travellers since the 16th century.
Today, you will receive a warm welcome from manager Sara Liddle Jenkins, enjoy a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, fine locally-sourced produce - sumptuous cooked food and meals, plus comfortable en-suite accommodation.
Well behaved dogs are welcome at the pub.
We have plenty of car parking.
We make brilliant 'proper' pie & we are the home of the best god damn scotch eggs! Our head chef is Rebecca Carlisle - her Mussels are a must! We try to cater and provide an interesting menu for vegetarians & coeliacs.
All meat and fish is sourced locally. Meat comes from local Mullion butchers, just down the road. Fresh Fish and seafood specialist based in St Ives - Matthew Stevens are our suppliers. Vegetables are also locally sourced in Cornwall and seasonal. Cheeses including the Cornish Yarg - traditonal cornish cheese wrapped in nettles.
Wherever possible, we are happy to provide small portions for children.
We can also cater for small functions.
A St Austell Brewery pub, we stock the southwest's finest real ale - St Austell Tribute as well as two other St Austell beers, plus a guest beer.
We also hold the prestigious Cask Marque reflecting the care we take of our beer and cellar. The classic Gin and Tonic is always popular, we are promoting the fantastic Fever Tree tonic as an excellent accompaniment.
Our extensive wine list has plenty of choice and with the ideal wine to complement our varied menu.
We also serve a range of coffees and teas.
We have three double bedrooms and two twin rooms. Rooms 1 and 3 have a double and single beds, so can accommodate three persons. At the Old Inn at Mullion we welcome single travellers, with competitive rates offered.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome as long as they stay in their own beds!