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The Driftwood Spars Hotel, St Agnes - pub details

Driftwood Spars Hotel
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Address: Quay Road, Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0RT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14660) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 35 users)
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St Agnes Hotel, St Agnes (0.4 miles), Tap House, St Agnes (0.4 miles), Peterville, St Agnes (0.4 miles), MMI Bar, St Agnes (0.5 miles), Railway Inn, St Agnes (0.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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Definitely a pub with accommodation rather than a hotel. Main bar is especially characterful with a mini-exhibition on the wall pictorially describing the history of the village and no children allowed! With the brewery literally over the road, most offerings are from the Driftwood Spars Brewery - I tried the £3.80 per pint "Spars" which is the pub's best-seller and enjoyed it. Other village beers were Alfie's Revenge and Bowden Rocks as well as Black Flag's Naughty Pilchard and Dancing Duck's Nice Weather and DCUK (which hadn't travelled as well as the Spars). Our first visit but we found it pretty hard to fault.
paul_d102 - 23 Sep 2019 13:11
Brilliant, atmospheric old pub with a great selection of beers and microbrewery. Tintagel's Cornwall's Pride was excellent when I was in.
CityAlbion - 29 May 2014 15:57
we love the place, never know which beers will be on, but it adds to the fun. very dog friendly. food good, service good. would recomend.
thatchers - 5 Sep 2011 20:50
Aug 11 - popped in for lunch and didn't expect such a good experience for a pub so close to the beach (compared to the many bland touristy ripoffs on coast we walked in & straight out of that week). Our party of 4 had just sat down in pole position in the front bar when the skies opened up and people flocked in - hoards of them - with kids in prams, soggy dogs etc, the place swallowed them all over its three floors with no fuss. We ordered food - expecting a long wait (and I resigned myself to trying most of the excellent range of beers before being served) - but no - all 4 dishes arrived within 20 minutes, local fish & moules, though portions were a bit on the small size - it was all very tasty. Note, in summer you can get ticket for free parking opp pub, so ask at bar before coughing up s for pay& display.
Johnny_G - 20 Aug 2011 20:26
Visited this pub 3rd week in july 2011about 1pm. Im a real ale follower and this one is a muster!
8 handpumps 2 of their own brews, one skinners, tribute plus 4 microbreweries beers. Nice old fashion pub surroundings in the pub area all you could want. Had a snack, all well presented and tasty but pricey, but if you want cheap go to one of the cheap chain pubsand drink trash beer! Class place. We are booking to stop there next year on the strength of our visit. Cant comment on the restraunt but it looks a bit modern, cafe culture style.
ohmygoodnight - 23 Jul 2011 17:29

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