Christmas at The Bear Bar

10 months ago

Christmas 2020 Opening Times

Golf Christmas Eve: 8am-4pm Christmas Day: CLOSED Boxing Day: 9am-2pm 27th Dec onwards: 8am-4pm Health Club Christmas Eve: 9am-1pm Christmas Day: CLOSED Boxing Day: 9am-1pm 27th December: 8am-6pm Monday 28th – Wednesday 30th: 8am-7pm New Years Eve: 8am-6pm New Years Day: 9am-6pm Bear Bar Christmas Eve: 8am – 6pm (Food 8.30am – 4pm) Christmas Day: CLOSED Boxing Day: 9am – 6pm (Food 10am… Read more »

St Enodoc Church - by Matthew Edgar-Lehan

11 months ago

St Enodoc – A Chapel Buried Under Sand

Just a short walk over the public footpaths from The Point is the fascinating Chapel of St Enodoc at Trebetherick. An unlikely location for a place of worship set behind the dunes at Daymer bay on St Enodoc Golf Course. The 12th-century chapel has an interesting history which saw it at one point nearly buried… Read more »

11 months ago

Best Storm Watching Spots in North Cornwall

Cornwall can be spectacular over the winter months when Atlantic storms buffer our rugged coastline. It’s a dramatic time of year to visit the county and experience the thrilling power of the ocean. Storm chasing has become an exciting activity for thrill-seeking visitors to the county. It’s an exhilarating day out that is best combined with… Read more »

11 months ago

How to Make Mulled Cornish Cider

If you want the perfect winter beverage, there are few things better than mulled cider particularly when made with Cornish cider! Theres nothing better to  keep you warm and toasty on a chilly winter evening. The smell of the spices will fill your home with a cosy ambience that will truly make it feel like… Read more »

Camel Estuary from Rock

12 months ago

The Doom Bar – Stories and Shipwrecks

For centuries the Camel Estuary has provided a means of trade and prosperity for the local area due to its position and geography along the coast for trading and refuge. Despite this, at its mouth lies historically one of the most unforgiving maritime areas in the South West, if not the country. In this blog,… Read more »

12 months ago

How to Use a Wood Burning Stove – The Basics

It is once again the time of year when the Autumnal nip in the air is slowly but surely turning into an icy chill. Day by day the sun begins to disappear earlier and we believe there’s no better way to spend an evening than curled up in front of a real log fire. But… Read more »

1 year ago

7 Best Sunset Spots in North Cornwall

September and October in Cornwall are famed for their vivid orange sunsets setting over the Autumnal swells from deep out in the Atlantic. In this blog we explore the best easy to access spots in North Cornwall to witness one. New Polzeath A firm favourite among many with easy parking and access, as well as stunning… Read more »

The Bear Bar Polzeath Live Sport

1 year ago

What’s On

What’s On Autumn 2020 FOR ANY UPDATES ON CLUBHOUSE OPERATIONS DUE TO THE COVID-19 PLEASE SEE OUR DEDICATED BLOG Eat & Drink With Us CURRENT OPENING HOURS: Monday – Wednesday: 8 am – 6pm(ish) (Food Midday- 5pm) Please note that as of Thursday 5th November we will be closed until Wednesday 2nd December in response… Read more »

1 year ago

Think you know Cornwall? An essential visitor’s guide

Planning on visiting Cornwall? If you’re heading across the Tamar for the first time and don’t know your saffron buns from your stargazy pies, read on to find out everything you need to know about England’s stunning southwestern peninsula.     Geography With more than 300 beaches to explore across 422 miles of stunning coastline,… Read more »