The pub's unusual name comes from the massive wooden spars that comprise the framework that keep it standing. These were salvaged from the many shipwrecks that occurred at regular intervals along the coast, and used in building the pub in the 1650s.However, the building wasn't originally intended to be a pub. Over the years, it has served as a tin-mining warehouse, chandlery, a sail-making loft and a fish-cellar, before being turned into a hotel in the 20th century. It now stands as a glorious pub and B&B.
Above the pub itself is the lovely dining room, where wedding guests can eat and enjoy the beautiful views of the sea below. With a civil ceremony licence, it is the perfect place to host your entire celebration, and has a more modern feel than the pub beneath.
Featuring a wood-burning stove, the cosy Fishing Loft also has a civil ceremony licence and is ideal for more intimate gatherings or your drinks Reception.
True to its name, the Cliffside garden is against a cliff overlooking the stunning Atlantic sea. You can have your ceremony up there and your drinks reception, as well as wonderful family photos.