Brunning and Price bought the lease and completely refurbished the pub in autumn 2018. This large rural pub is in a very attractive position overlooking the green and was a former Surrey Trust Company house. The name is thought to come from smuggling. The beamed area in front of the bar has some large flagstones on the floor and a large inglenook and some polished brass. There are a number of other areas around, all well furnished with floorboards and loose carpets. There is a mixture of arm chairs, dining chairs and bench seating. One end is reserved for dining but seating in the bar area and northern end is available for drinkers. Food is available From 12 noon every day until 9.30 (Mon-Thu), 10.00 (Fri & Sat) and 9 (Sun). Outside are large gardens with picnic tables. In addition to the beers listed, Brunning & Price Traditional (brewed by St Austell) is also served.