We have been overwhelmed with the amount of messages of support during this difficult time for everyone. We are very lucky to have such a loyal and amazing customer base. I would also like to say a thank you to our staff who have been even more amazing than usual over the last couple of weeks, we are very proud of our team and look forward to working together on the other side.
Following the government’s announcement yesterday, it is great sadness we have to announce that the Driftwood Spars is closed until further notice. This includes the B&B, Crib shack, Pub and Restaurant. If you have an accommodation booking with us in the next couple of weeks our General Manager will be in contact with you early next week to discuss your options.
If you are wanting to cancel an accommodation booking or a table reservation please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Our main telephone number will be open during 10am-4pm daily next week for any general enquiries, however they will not be able to process cancellations as this needs dealt with by our dedicated team – contactable on email@example.com
We are unsure at this stage if we will be offering takeaway food over the next couple of weeks and will update you as soon as we have got our head around it all.
Please keep an eye on our facebook page for further details.
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.