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JANUARY SUPPER CLUB

Pop in from the cold to enjoy our set-price Supper Club menu. Not only is there a selection of seasonal starters, hearty mains and scrumptious puddings, but we’re also offering £10 off a bottle of wine when two dine.

Supper Club starts on Tuesday 3rd January and runs every Monday-Thursday from 5pm in January.

Supper Club Menu - Two courses for £17

Valentine’s Day

Don’t be the one who forgets. Book your table now and bank those brownie points. Whether you’re celebrating on the day itself, the weekend before or the weekend after, make sure you’ve got that all-important date nailed down. We’ve got all your favourites waiting.

WELCOME TO THE TURKS HEAD

The Turks Head is the oldest pub in the heart of Penzance town. Unspoiled by contemporary design and décor, this soul-soothing, local pub offers a fresh, seasonal menu coupled with local craft beverages, all of which can be enjoyed in our shanty style, west-country setting.

Our secret garden is a hidden retreat that begs for any passing explorer or local Kernow folk to enjoy. Take in the crisp sea breeze blowing in from the Quay just a stone’s throw away with a refreshing drink in hand.

A TRUE KERNOW GEM

Nestled across from Penzance Harbour, along Mount’s Bay, the Turk’s Head is a hidden gem along the cobbled high street. Providing a cosy respite after exploring the local markets or having family fun along the bay, we are a welcome haven for a quality, Cornish pit-stop.

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SECRET ESCAPE

Serene spots are a plenty at the Turks Head. Indulge in our menu and cocktails on our sun-trapped terrace during the day or explore our wine list into the evening under a cosy blanket and the stars. Decorated nautical, industrial lighting and rustic timber seating, you’ll feel encompassed in all you need to unwind.

FIND US

Situated in the middle of Chapel Street, the Turks Head stands just as proudly as the day it was built, nearly 800 years ago.

Just a 3 minute stroll to the harbour, you’ll feel immersed in the dreckly lifestyle to be able to enjoy the pleasantry of a true Cornish pub.