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The Bluffs, Hayle - pub details

Address: 19 Riviere Towans, Phillack, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 5AF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29694) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hayle (1 mile), Lelant (1.1 miles), Lelant Saltings (1.6 miles)

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The view from the outside terrace & the front windows is absolutely superb. For a pub owned by the nearby Haven site, the Doombar was very good. The food was surprisingly good as well. One of the best holiday park bars you'll go to.
Wilson_MacDonald - 8 Aug 2018 19:42
This is much better than when I first visited in 2001 when the only redeeming feature was the location and wonderful view over the bay, the staff are very good the food is reasonably descent, didn't try the ales as they serve a decent pint of rattler, but others seemed to be having it, hobgoblin and doom bar I think, also estrella lager looked good and was very popular, there's a nice kids play area and amusements with great views across the bay, someone has obviously realised that if ran well a lot more people would use it, nice place to take the kids
vinnnie - 11 Aug 2016 12:51

It is what it is, a 'pub' on a campsite which caters mainly for family holidays opening only in the summer months and Easter.

Do not expect haut cuisine if you choose to eat there as it is obviously modelling itself on Whetherspoons and serves chips by the bucketload. No beer on tap at time of visit only fizz....lagers and cider.

However, it has one of the best views in this part of the world and is worth a visit just to look at the sea with St Ives in the distance.


ridleyman - 11 Apr 2016 21:55
Previous reviews a bit old now.this place is what it is, ie, OK, now has pedigree and hobgoblin. As you can sit outside in a big garden and look out over the bay, this all you really need. On a sunny day...
andyross - 15 Aug 2012 10:11
Great views are the only plus point. No beer, horrible looking food (not tasted by me) and full of prams and pushchairs and a zoo-full of screaming kids.
Long may their parents frequent dumps like this.
yellowyid - 12 Aug 2009 14:58

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