One wonders what John Wesley would have thought about the place where he used to preach being turned into a stylish pub-restaurant! He certainly wouldn’t have approved of the alcohol, but the food would be another matter. Properly-trained and friendly staff serve freshly cooked local produce at sensible prices – try Cornish fishcakes with sweet chilli sauce and dressed leaves, or grilled Dover sole with lemon butter. There are thick bacon sandwiches at lunch and delicious puddings after – the sticky toffee pudding is delicious. The central bar is lively with TV, piped music and Sharp’s Doom Bar on tap. You’ll also find low stripped beams, half-panelled walls hung with modern art, fresh flowers, candle-studded pine tables and thoughtful lighting. And if all this gets too much there are eight comfortable bedrooms, all on the ground floor. The biggest have squishy sofas, and all have sparkling bathrooms with nice things waiting for you. All the good food draws a big crowd so you certainly won’t have the place to yourselves, especially in summer. Enjoy the buzz.