The Admiral Benbow andSt. Mary's Church Chapel Street Penzance Cornwall
Named after the famous 17th century Admiral Benbow.
Decorating the inn are cannon and figure heads, much of it authentic, being brought up by divers from some of the many wrecks found off the notorious Cornish coast.
The inn was originally converted from an old cottage, and from the front, the outside still has a quaint feel with its small paned windows. One unusual feature is a smuggler on the roof.