ALL ABOUT THE ROCK INN
Discover the Rock Inn, a charming community pub located in the heart of Roche, Cornwall. At the Rock Inn, we offer a delicious food menu that has something for everyone, paired with a carefully curated selection of drinks. Our cask ales are a standout and rotate regularly for your enjoyment.
We’re passionate about making your experience at The Rock Inn unforgettable, and we extend a warm welcome to all of our customers, old, present and new. If you love live music, you won’t want to miss our fantastic live music events happening most weekends!
Bring the whole family, including your four-legged friends, and children are always welcome.
We can’t wait to see you soon at The Rock Inn.
THE LOCAL AREA
Looking like a prop from a film set in the court of King Arthur, Roche Rock rises out of the china clay landscape to the north of St Austell in the most dramatic fashion. The mystery surrounding this 20-metre (66ft) tall, almost cuboidal, mass of granite is only heightened when you visit and catch sight of the ruined fifteenth-century chapel that stands on its flat summit. It is a must see in North Cornwall.
THE EDEN PROJECT
Arguably one of Cornwalls no1 places to visit. The Eden Project is a short drive away, and with massive covered Biomes to trek through the world’s largest indoor rainforest and immerse Mediterranean Biome. The land used to be a barren landscape – a former clay mine with no soil or plants. They transformed the huge crater into a beautiful global garden, which sets the stage for an extraordinary day out where you’ll rediscover the natural world as you've never experienced it before.
Wheal Martyn Clay Works
China clay mining has shaped the landscape, lives of people and economy of mid-Cornwall for over 250 years. It is Cornwall’s largest mining industry.
A fully Accredited Museum, that is based within two Victorian china clay works, now a Scheduled Ancient Monument. Where they tell the story of the fascinating industry and the people who worked and lived in the shadows of Cornwall’s iconic ‘white pyramids’, that also surround our pub.