We have a great Dinner, Bed & Breakfast offer on through the winter months this year check our our Special Offers Page and book now!
Bookings also being taken now for our Christmas Menu
We are now one of the official stamping posts for our leg of the South West Coast Path being a South West Coast Path Waymaker.
We have just received news that we have been awarded a Good Hotel Award 2020/2021.
I am super proud of our fantastic team here in the pub who have worked tirelessly to provide the best service we possibly can despite all of the Covid-19 restrictions imposed on us.
I would also like to thank all of you fantastic people who took the time to vote for us as a result of this post. Some of the comments you wrote are now visible as reviews on the Good Hotel web page and some of them reduced me to tears, in a good way of course…
I am so lucky to be surrounded by such great staff and in receipt of such amazing local support.
Thank you all so very much
The safety and well being of our guests and staff is our highest priority. We know that some of you will have some concerns and worries about travelling and staying in Cornwall at this time.
We want to reassure you that we are open for business and our beautiful part of West Cornwall awaits you.
Even so, we are increasing our health initiatives to help keep you as safe as possible.
We are fully stocked with all relevant cleaning and disinfection products along with all hotel essential supplies. We have also removed all breakfast buffets – now we serve individual meals straight from our kitchen instead.
We remain vigilant and you can be confident that as the situation develops that every piece of official advice received will be acted on in a timely manner.
Although these are stressful times, Cornwall remains beautiful and peaceful. The Autumn and Wintertime is perfect for coastal walks, watching the crashing waves and birdwatching.
Michelle and The Team
We still have spaces available give us a call 01736 788455.
Our Christmas menu is below
Commercial’s Christmas Menu 1st-23rd December 2019
3 course £23.95 2 course £18.95
Roast tomato, basil and red pepper
Smoked salmon, dill crème fraiche, capers,
Pickled red onion and crisp toast
Served with red pepper dip (v)
Duck and candied orange pate
served with crisp toast
All main dishes are served with crispy roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables
Traditional Roast Turkey
served with pigs in blankets, apricot and sausage meat stuffing and gravy
fillet steak encased in puff pastry, mushroom duxelle and served with a red wine jus
Fillet of Salmon
lemon and dill mashed potato, prawn and lobster bisque sauce
Goats’ cheese, walnut, apple tart
served with a Thai tomato sauce (v)
Traditional Christmas pudding
with brandy sauce
Raspberry & Prosecco Profiteroles
With chocolate sauce
Davidstow Mature cheddar
with Christmas cake, celery and apple chutney
Coffee and Mints
Free bottle of wine per every 6 people booked
Special rates for B&B also available to diners
(subject to availability at the time of your function)
We have just been awarded the South West in Bloom Award and Cup for the Best Floral Pub as well as a Gold Award for Business, Tourism and Leisure.
A quick tour of the Gardens and flowers at The Commercial Hotel in 2018.
Just a few minutes from the Commercial Hotel in St Just. This is also the main location used in the BBC TV Series Poldark.
Malcolm Bell, Chairman of the BeachWise Forum for the South West and Chief Executive of Visit Cornwall, welcomed the results.
He said: “It’s fantastic to see all Cornwall’s beaches pass these tougher tests with flying colours for the second consecutive year, despite the wetter weather this summer, with Devon not far behind.
“Bathing waters are much cleaner and have continually improved since 1990 when just 27% met European water quality standards. This is thanks to massive efforts by Defra, the Environment Agency, water companies, councils, local communities, farmers and environmental organisations.
“This year is only the third time that the results have been reported against the new standards, and the second consecutive year that 100% of Cornwall’s beaches have made the grade.”
The new regulations classify bathing waters as excellent, good, sufficient or poor, based on the level of bacteria in the water as monitored by the Environment Agency between May and September. Up to four years of results from 2014 to 2017 are combined to indicate water cleanliness.
Read the full article from the Visit Cornwall Website by clicking here