The Roseland Inn is a traditional pub inside and out with the interior being filled with settles and bric a brac with open beams and original flagstone floor . Originally two cottages, it has low ceilings and a split level and until recently less than half the property had public access but these days what used to be old landlord Des Synotts living room has been incorporated as a cosy dining room .
In the winter months you will enter into a warm atmosphere fuelled by our two traditional cast iron log burners , probably with the pub dog , ' Dilly ' ( a Basset Fauve de Bretagne ) sprawled in front of one of them !
In the summer where better to relax and enjoy a sumptuous meal and a pint but in our newly redesigned beer garden . This year will see all new flower beds to excite both sight and smell enhanced by a newly laid natural stone patio . This will also enable unhindered disabled access to the pub ,