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Star Inn, Hayle - pub details

Address: 1 Church Street, Hayle, Cornwall, TR27 6HP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33266) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Erth (0.8 miles), Lelant Saltings (1.1 miles), Lelant (1.5 miles)

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user reviews of Star Inn, Hayle

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Despite showing as being Hayle, this pub is situated in St Erth, about a mile from Hayle. It is the only pub in the village and is owned by Punch Taverns.

Has had a couple of landlords in the past couple of years and was closed for a while before the latest landlord took over about 6 months ago.

A one bar pub with two rooms leading off, one with a pool table the other set out for dining. Has a reasonable range of beers including a very good pint of Skinners Betty Stogs. Warm welcome from bar staff......however not sure that playing heavy metal music will attract that many punters, the beer garden is a lovely spot but clearly hasn't seen a lawn mower for weeks and the gents toilets need a proper clean or issue gas marks at the door. This doesn't exactly entice you to eat there as you would be thinking what the kitchen was like. Plus they now have a parking meter on the car park so that you have to pay, (although the fee is refunded if you use the pub), or you will be clamped.
A warm welcome and keeping good beer is brilliant.....but only part of job of being a landlord.

This is a lovely old pub with a largish car park in a pleasant village, it should be buzzing and maybe a 'destination' pub for food. At present it feels 'rough' and not particularly well the plan to run it into the ground and sell it off?

ridleyman - 4 Jul 2016 11:06
We found nice little gem last year and returned again this. Always a good couple ales on and the food is always very good. The bar staff were friendly also. We will return next year for sure.
trekman - 8 Sep 2013 20:07
Locals pub set in a very nice Cornish village, not far from Hayle. It was reasonably busy on our Sunday lunchtime visit. Betty Stogs & Old Speckled Hen were the 2 ales on. The bar is L-shaped with a pool table in one corner. Ok, but nothing particularly to recommend it on.
blue_scrumpy - 13 Jan 2012 20:39

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