The award winning Logan Rock Inn is a 16th century traditional village pub serving a variety of real ales and excellent home cooked food.
The Logan Rock Inn is named after the famous Logan Rock which stands a short walk away from the picturesque village of Treen. The Rock was balanced precariously on the cliffs overlooking Pednvounder Beach and Porthcurno Beach, it was famed for its ability to rock back and forth on the cliff top with the slightest touch. However the rock was dislodged by a group of seamen in 1824, they were forced to reposition the rock by the locals to whom it had become a tourist draw. After repositioning the easily rocking nature was lost and in the present day it takes much more force to move the 80 tone rock. The pub houses many historical pieces relating to the Logan Rock and surrounding area.
Boasting a great position just of the coast path the Logan Rock Inn is a great starting, end, or stop off point on a number of walks. Our staff will be happy to assist you with advice on exploring the local area and its history.
Evening meals served
St. Piran’s Day Eve04Mar 2017- From 6pm -
Set Price 3 course meal
(details coming soon)
Pasty being piped in by Will Coleman
St Piran’s Day05Mar 2017- 9pm -
Join us for the Trelawney Shout
St Patrick’s Day17Mar 2017- From 6pm -
Evening Special to celebrate
St. Patrick’s Day
Traditional Irish Stew
Chocolate Guinness Cake
Please phone for bookings
Mothering Sunday26Mar 2017- From 12 to 2.30 -
Mothering Sunday Lunch
Roast Beef, Pork or Lamb
plus a dessert