If you look to the left of the Carew Arms there is a wooden window that use to be used for pushing down hay or straw on to a cart.
One of the families who use to live in the Carew Arms was Charles Gernmiup, aged 36, who was head of the family, his wife Emma Gernmiup, aged 30.They had two children,Ethel Gernmiup, aged 22 and Harold Gernmiup, aged 19. The family also had two servants,Henry Moules, aged 39 and Charles Summers, aged 23.
The left side of the Carew Arms use to be a stable for horses and today, if you go for a pint and a delicious meal, you will now see it has become the skittle ally and part of the restaurant!!!
The Carew Arms
Walk to the Butter Cross, which you can see from this location, just down the road.