The Smugglers Den is the only place to be after a long day out and about in the country…
A 16th Century, thatched inn with private dining facilities, a Victorian terrace, beer garden, children's play area and ample parking. Discover for yourself a place that the locals know about, but don't always tell you…
Enjoy a truly delicious lunch or evening meal in our sixteenth century inn, located in the picturesque hamlet of Trebellan near Cubert and less than a 15 minute drive from Newquay. We use the freshest local ingredients in our kitchen and have developed our enviable reputation for our fabulous daily specials.
The Smugglers' is also renowned for its real ales, fine wines, entertainment and of course friendly welcome. We offer a fantastic selection of traditional Sunday roasts each & every week, are also listed in the CAMRA guide and The AA Good Pub Guide and have been recent finalists in Cornwall Life's dining pub of the year competition.
What We've Overheard…
A selection of customer reviews from around the web.
“This is the second year in a row we have visited the Smugglers Den and it didnt fail to disappoint us! The menu is varied and the fish dishes offered are fantastic…”eatoutcornwall.com
“We holiday in Cornwall each year and have tried many pubs for an evening meal. Without doubt, the Smugglers Den, in our opinion, is the best. The food is always of excellent quality, presented superbly and served by very friendly and courteous staff who make you feel very welcome...”eatoutcornwall.com
“We holiday at nearby Holywell Bay evry year (see review) and have visited this inn on many occasions. We stumbled on it years ago and loved it.” qype.co.uk
“the smugglers is tucked away in a village called cubert near newquay. it is an acient old pub steeped in history. the food here is stunning and they serve real local ales which i appreciate more. the staff are very friendly and there are great areas at back and front to st outside on a hot day.”qype.co.uk
“This is a Beautiful Inn, Thatched roof on the outside and original beams and an enormous inglenook fire place and large wood burner on the inside, Intimate lighting adds to the character, Serving well kept real ales and home cooked fresh food.” maps.google.com