Beach Club Restaurant

Beach Club Restaurant

Modern European

0.5 miles
Carbis Bay Hotel, Spa & Estate, Carbis Bay, St Ives, TR26 2NP

The Carbis Bay Hotel, Spa & Estate is a stunning Cornish haven, boasting direct access to one of the region’s most beautiful beaches, the privately owned Carbis Bay beach. The 25-acre beach has earned a coveted Blue Flag rating, thanks to its breathtaking views and pristine golden sand. The bright and beautifully decorated Beach Club Restaurant offers a vibrant alternative to the nearby tourist destination of St Ives.

After a beachside coffee, you can enjoy a barefoot stroll along the water’s edge, while sunbathers can enjoy delectable snacks and drinks in an informal atmosphere throughout the day. Experience a taste of the Mediterranean, with a menu of stunning seafood, pasta, and homemade pizzas that will have you planning your next visit from the first bite. As the sun goes down, order a refreshing cocktail or gin and tonic and sample the grazing board for two, comprising meat or fish or even Lebanese shoulder of lamb, which is served alongside toasted focaccia with balsamic vinegar and olive oil for dipping.

Eight beachside lodges and luxurious spa facilities make the Carbis Bay Hotel the perfect coastal retreat. For a memorable beachside dining experience, stunning views, and options to suit all tastes, look no further than the Beach Club Restaurant.

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