Hole in the Wall // Bodmin

Hole in the Wall - Bodmin

If you are looking for a pub with quirky historic appeal in Cornwall, Hole in the Wall has plenty of it! The pub's name comes from its past as a debtor's prison (1749 - 1779). During this time, food was passed through a hole in the wall.

Packed with olde worlde charm from the moment you stroll by the courtyard stream and into the pub, the Hole in the Wall will delight you from the moment you enter it. Inside, you will find an open fire, bare stone walling, small wooden tables, and cosy settings for drinks with friends or the perfect date night.

This comfortable interior offers warmth, friendly staff and a cosy cocoon to lose yourself in for the evening or even the day if you are getting out for a lunchtime drink. The pub currently doesn't serve food but welcomes guests to bring their own evening meal, takeaway, or picnic, which can be enjoyed in the beer garden.

Drinks are aplenty, though, with many beers and ciders to choose from, including Amstel Lager, Bass, Butcombe Original, Guinness Draught, San Miguel, Sharp's Atlantic Pale Ale, Inch's Cider, and Winkleigh.