Padstow Christmas festival
At the beginning of December the whole town pulls out all the stops to stage the Padstow Christmas Festival. Local produce, breweries, Santa fun run, live music, celebrity cookery demonstrations, Santa’s grotto and a huge firework display make up what is a weekend not to be missed. Get more information for the Christmas Festival Padstow
Please note all offers and vouchers are not valid this weekend.
Christmas dinner group menu – 3 Course Menu for £26 | 2 Course Menu £20
During the festive build up we offer a chance for couples, groups of friends, colleagues and family to come in for a special menu highlighting the produce in season and also give an opportunity for all to get together before Christmas its self.
The menu is available from 1st of December 2018 until 24th December 2018 for both lunch and dinner sittings. The menu is prepared to order from raw ingredients sourced from local suppliers so we require a per-order of all your food. This enables us to get your meals to you quickly so you are left to enjoy your tables company and indeed to views over the harbour and the towns tree. With this in mind we are also able to cater for dietary requirements so please contact us for any menu alterations. GF,DF, Vegan or just a dislike for an ingredient all you have to do is ask and your own menu can be produced.
For bookings or inquiries please call the restaurant on 01841 532846
New Years Eve
We do open on new years eve and are extremely popular with returning guests so booking well ahead of time is essential. We offer a 4 course meal (with the odd surprise) with bubbles on arrival from 6.30pm until 8pm approx. £65pp. Due to our size we are unable to offer a celebration at 12am however the pubs are renowned for being a destination for New Years Eve in Padstow.
Christmas Opening Times
For all of December we are open as per our normal hours of 9am-9pm with meal service times being Breakfast 9-11am, Lunch 12-3pm, Dinner 6-9pm.
We will be closing around 4pm on Christmas Eve to re-open at 9am on the 27th December after our fill of all the festivities.