Historic Edge of Town Centre Freehouse

Collins Arms is situated in Higher Fore Street, just off the main high street and is widely regarded as a peripheral town centre freehouse.  Redruth is an historic town, built up around the boom time which surrounded the extraction of tin and copper in the surrounding mines and most latterly has been subject to a pedestrianisation and upgrading scheme on the principal Fore Street.

The Collins Arms is reputed to be the oldest public house in Redruth and as its signage displays, the public house is thought to date back to the mid-17th century and was most probably formerly two cottages, or indeed given the wide arched doorway may have been a coaching house. 

For further information please contact Graham Timminson 01872 247019.  View Property Details.

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