The Pub does not have its own parking facilities, but there is a pay-and-display option located 20 meters away at the village entrance. A nearby converted garage-turned-shop also provides a pay-and-display car park. Free parking spaces with limited availability can be found in the center of the village.
Pentewan, a charming Cornish village once known as the third largest exporter of China Clay, now offers a tranquil harbour and well-preserved historic buildings. Just steps from The Ship Inn, visitors can enjoy a large, privately-owned near white sand beach with public access. The area boasts several scenic walks, including the Horseshoe Trail, Blackhead Trail, Pentewan to Mevagissey Trail, and Pentewan to Heligan Trail. Take a stroll down the picturesque Pentewan Valley Trail, a former railway connecting the village to St Austell. Don't miss a trip to nearby Mevagissey, a charming fishing port with narrow streets, charming pubs and restaurants, and a working harbour. Charlestown, a historic harbour often featured in films and TV shows such as Poldark, is also nearby with its own museum, pubs, bars, and restaurants, as well as its fleet of magnificent ships.
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