The Plume of Feathers is a 16th Century dining pub with rooms, located in the heart of Cornwall, near Truro. Almost equidistance between the north and south coastlines, this quiet rural retreat is easily accessible just off the A30
Family Family-owned and run, the property has 20 spacious bedrooms nestled amongst pristine gardens. The rooms are decorated in the neutral hues of Farrow & Ball and have little luxuries to make your stay as comfortable as possible. For those arriving in electric vehicles, charging points are available.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Plume of Feathers?
The Plume of Feathers has several converted barns and stables that house the hotel's rooms. A satellite TV, a tea and coffee maker, and an en suite bathroom are all included in the stylish suites.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Newquay area?
This historic site is conveniently located in the middle of Cornwall, halfway between the sandy coves and surf beaches of the south and north coasts. There is something for everyone, whether you want to enjoy the local culture, explore the countryside right outside the door, or live a saltwater lifestyle.
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Serving classic pub food with an imaginative twist, the menus are curated by the talented chef team who use the best local ingredients where possible. The restaurant is full of warmth and character, and you can choose to dine in the cosy pub or the naturally lit conservatory.
With Doom Bar battered local fish and chips, homemade short-crust pies, and a Sunday roast that draws customers from all over Cornwall, the Plume of Feathers is one of the most well-liked pubs and restaurants close to Truro.