The London Inn is an 18th Century coaching inn, based in the quaint village of St Neot, on the edge of Bodmin Moor. The Inn is comprised of a bar and restaurant area, skittle alley, courtyard area and outdoor benches at the front of the pub.
There is a small car park on the front of the building, but during busy times this gets full very quickly, as an alternative there is plenty of on-street parking, and a small free of charge public car park within the village also.
The London Inn has been under the ownership of the Kay family since 2019 and is an independent, family run, free-house. The Inn prides itself on a great selection of guest ales displaying both local and national ales at any one times. A home-cooked menu using the best suppliers in the South West, and an extensive choice of meals to suit all.
Unlike modern pubs, the London Inn focuses on the traditional pub experience. Inside you will find open log fires, slate feature walls, and beams throughout which were built from the remnants of an old ship.
Due to the design of the building the pub unfortunately does not have disabled toilet facilities or baby changing, however during the day these can be found at the church which is directly next door to the pub.