Eat & drink


Both the restaurant and Bear Bar enjoy beautiful views towards Polzeath and the sea beyond

You can enjoy anything from a cup of Italian coffee, home made cake, bacon baps, a delicious lunch, drinks or dinner on the terraces.

The Bear Bar is more informal showing sports all day. A small snack menu is available all day up until 8pm. When the sun is shining there is nowhere better to enjoy your refreshment – out on the south west facing or west facing terraces. With the putting green, tennis courts and the boules court right next to the bar – there is plenty of opportunity for a bit of friendly competitive fun.

The Bear Bar opened March 2017 and has been a great success from day one. Floor to ceiling sliding doors open up to the terraces outside making the room bright yet cosy. The bar is named after a very special bear, definitely worth a visit to come and see. Everyone is welcome.

The restaurant is upstairs on the first floor and has an even better views and a large sheltered terrace sheltered. A more extensive menu is on offer serving home made food, made with locally sourced and seasonal produce. Our fantastic chef prides himself in producing great food, beautifully presented. Seafood if obviously an important part of the menu as we are right on the coast.

Floor to ceiling windows and sliding doors to the terrace makes the restaurant bright and sunny. A modern refurbished look – but nothing too fancy. We are very lucky to have some spectacular wild life photography on display on our walls, along beautiful oil paintings by local artist Jethro Jackson.

We strongly recommend booking a table in advance. Call us on 01208 864602 to make a reservation.

Takeaway pizzas (home made of course) are available. You can call to order or order from the Bear Bar, enjoying a drink whilst waiting.

Well behaved dogs are allowed in the restaurant and bar during the day, but for the consideration of other guests we ask you to leave the dogs when you come to enjoy our dinner service.

30 best places to eat fish and chips in Britain” Saturday Times August 30th 2014″

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A new winter menu with winter warming food, our best sellers and some new seasonal inspiration. From November 8th.


 Winter Menu

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