Located at the top of Lanadwell Street in the heart of Padstow, The Golden Lion dates from the 14th century and is the oldest pub in the town. Opposite the iconic Cinedrome, it’s also the permanent home of the 'Old 'Oss' used in Padstow's world-famous May Day 'Obby 'Oss' festival to mark the arrival of summer. A traditional boozer with open fires, parquet floors, a public bar and family room, it’s very much the hub of the community. Mingle with the locals enjoying well-kept pints of Cornish draught beer including Sharp’s Doom Bar; otherwise fill up on bowls of soup, hearty homemade pies (fish, steak and ale etc) or daily specials. The Lion is also known for its 'proper job' Sunday roasts, and there are three en-suite bedrooms for those who want to linger.