The owners pride themselves on the diversity of the business - all under one roof there's a traditional Cornish pub that serves hearty food and real ales, 4* guest accommodation and also a contemporary bistro that serves top notch local produce. With all of this going on at once the Driftwood Spars really has a little bit of something for everyone.
The location of the pub offers easy access to the north Cornwall coastal footpath whilst being part of the St Agnes community in a vibrant village with much to offer both day trippers and people looking to stay. St Agnes is on the North coast, but centrally located in Cornwall, only 15 minutes drive form the A30.
- 15 bedrooms with high quality beds and furniture, all with en-suite shower or bathroom facilities
- Each room has a telephone, tea/coffee making facilities and hair dryer
- Cot/high chair available on request
- Superfast broadband
- Dog friendly - small additional cost of £5 per dog per night
- Complimentary toiletries sourced from eco-friendly suppliers
- Great choice at breakfast
- Micro brewery for discerning ale drinkers, being rated in the t
- Delicious food served in cosy bars, 12-2.30pm and 6-9pm
- Sunday roast from 12-2.30pm, booking advisable
- 3 cosy bars, all with log burning stoves in winter
- Dining room with spectacular views of the Cove
- One of the 'Top 10 Pubs with Rooms, Real Ales and Real Fires' in the Financial Times, September 2010
- One of the top five in The Times’ '50 Best Pubs in the Country' 2011
Great location to get married or hold a function, with a restaurant area that overlooks the stunning cove or the cosy Wheel Room which is the oldest part of the building. Can also offer conference and team building facilities. Live music every Saturday, check website listings for details. Twice yearly beer festival.
History of the Driftood Spars
The Spars in the Driftwood relate to the huge beams or spars that keep the Driftwood standing. They were salvaged from shipwrecks along the coast and were utilised to build the Driftwood in the 1650s. The building itself offers a wealth of history having been converted from a tin mining warehouse, chandlery, sail making loft and fish cellar over the years to a hotel with bar in the early 1900’s and a public bar in the 1940’s.
- Beaches at Trevaunance, Chapel Porth
- Suring at Porthtowan beach
- City of Truro for shopping
- SW Coast Path for stunning north coast walks
- Healy's Cornish Cider Farm
- Surf schools
- Horse riding
- Tehidy Country Park
- Mineral Tramways coast to coast cycle route