Dating back to 1271, The Tinners Arms is one of the oldest inns around. It was built to provide beds, food and ale for the masons building St Senara's Church next door; and when you step into the dimly-lit, wood-smokey old bar, it's easy to imagine the Tinners' medieval origins.
The Tinners serves classic pub food made from local ingredients. If you're walking the coast path and pop into Zennor en route, the ham, egg & chips with a pint of Mermaid really hits the spot. You can sit inside in the cosy old bar, enjoying the open fires, or take a seat in the large beer garden.
Food is served 12 - 3:30, then again from 5 until 7. Dogs are allowed (on the lead) and kids need to remain seated. The pub has its own car park, and there's also a large village car park next door.