The Racehorse Inn
An introduction to The Racehorse Inn
The Racehorse Inn is believed to be around 300 years old. The Lounge Bar has a fine reputation for home cooked food and locally sourced meats.
All the rooms have vaulted ceilings exposing the original roof beams, this gives the rooms an airy feel most people enjoy.
These spacious rooms are beautifully furnished with your comfort in mind, including sofas or easy chairs. Special care has been taken on the bed linen to give a sense of luxury & style.
An excellent base for touring Cornwall and Devon, this peaceful spot is just 5 minutes from the A30, Cornwall’s major access route with The Eden Project and The National Marine Aquarium within easy reach. Launceston, the ancient capital and gateway to Cornwall, is a few minutes drive away and the towns of Liskeard and Bodmin are close by.
The pub has been sympathetically refurbished by the current owners, offers easy access for the disabled and a separate dining room. The comfortable beamed lounge and bar area have open log fires. Outside you will find the south-facing beer garden, seated deck area, and large car park.
The Inn offers bed and breakfast accommodation with three double en-suite bedrooms, furnished to a high standard, from £75 per couple, including full English breakfast.
With a fine local reputation for its home-cooked food, its customers regularly travel to enjoy the extensive menu to suit all palates and budgets.
The menu is backed up by regularly changed specials board, offering additional mouth-watering selections.
All food is locally sourced. Fish & shell fish fresh from Looe; fruit and vegetables mostly from Cornwall; including some exotics. A local farmer/butcher who is a cut above the rest, dealing in locally bred meat, fresh farm eggs & own-made sausages.