The Logan Rock is a traditional Cornish village pub with real ales and excellent home cooked food.
Situated in the small picturesque village of Treen, the inn is named after the remarkable Logan Rock which stands on the cliffs within a short walk of the village. This huge granite boulder was famous for its ability to rock back and forth without falling, balanced as it was by nature on the surrounding rocks, a touch from a hand could set it rocking (hence its name from the ancient dialect word "log" - to rock). An ideal refreshment stop for hikers walking the coastal footpath and a favourite for a pre performance meal before enjoying an evening at the nearby Minack Theatre, the Logan Rock Inn has a fine welcome and a great atmosphere at any time of year.
During the Winter months an open fire is kept burning in the bar, enjoyed not only by its human visitors but also by the landlord's dog and cat, who like nothing better than to lie in front of the blazing fire. Dogs are most welcome at the pub , but we do ask that you keep them on leads.
The building itself is very interesting with wooden beamed ceilings and intriguing local artefacts and has been used as a film location several times. You may also like to visit our sister pub The Yacht Inn situated in Penzance with beautiful views overlooking the bay and serving excellent home cooked food and also with superb bed and breakfast accommodation in Penzance. Visit the website.