Important message from The Driftwood Spars

Dear Customers,

Here we are again! We’re sad to be closing our pub once more in line with the national lockdown between 5th November – 2nd December. We will miss the familiar faces of our locals and regulars over the next few weeks. We’ll be manning the office every week day 10-4 so give us a wave if you’re passing.

We’re still taking bookings for when we reopen – including for New Year’s Eve – answering wedding enquiries and selling vouchers (which make excellent Christmas gifts!) so drop us an email or give us a call.

The brewery shop is open 12-5, Tues – Saturday and has mini-kegs for sale; it’s the next best thing to visiting the pub itself!

Stay safe and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Lou & The Drifty Team

We are a brewpub and B & B by the sea! Escape to the Driftwood Spars, nestled in the heart of the stunningly iconic Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes. Enjoy a selection of proper Cornish ales, feast on scrumptious homemade food or simply enjoy a warming cup of fresh barista style coffee. We pride ourselves on being a true Cornish coastal pub and will always provide friendly service and the finest locally sourced produce.

The Pub

The Rooms

Food & Drink

Live Music

Weddings

The Crib Shack

Just a stones throw away from the panoramic views of Trevaunance Cove, The Driftwood Spars boasts epic sea views, ample parking, two bars, 4 star guest accomodation, a brewery and a sea-view restaurant.

We have an atmosphere to suit everyone’s taste and this combined with our natural, laid back character makes a visit to the Driftwood an utterly memorable experience! The history behind the Driftwood Spars is as curious and unusual as the pub itself.

The Driftwood Spars’ name stems from the huge beams (or spars) that comprise its structure. The spars were salvaged from shipwrecks along the coast and were utilised to build the Driftwood in the 1650s. The building began life as a tin mining warehouse and since then has been a chandlery, sail making loft and fish cellar (though not all at once!), before eventually being converted into a hotel and bar in the early 1900s. Its wealth of character offers a distinctive charm, perceptible to customers old and new.