Over the past five months, the popular inn has undergone a breathtaking makeover of its bar, dining area and accommodation. There's also an extended outdoor terrace to the restaurant, highlighting the Oystercatcher's unrivalled views of Polzeath Beach – one of Cornwall’s most renowned surfing destinations.
Steve Worrall, Retail Director said: “A big thanks to everyone who worked on the project and those who have waited so patiently for us to reopen. The Oystercatcher is one of the premier locations to enjoy great beer and food, overlooking the beautiful Polzeath coastline.
“As a family owned company, we pride ourselves on investing in pubs for the long-term whilst enhancing the communities within which we operate. We’re delighted that our new extended dining area has increased the capacity of our restaurant and therefore allowed us to employ twenty new staff from the local area.”
The Oystercatcher is open seven days a week, 11am-12pm, serving a range of Cornish ales and a new menu, created with fresh local fare.
The inn’s accommodation has also been refreshed as part of the refurbishment and boasts a combination of dog friendly rooms, self-catering apartments and cottages, all a short 5-minute walk from the beach.
Photo caption: Oystercatcher staff and guests photographed with (L to R) Will Titcombe (Oystercatcher General Manager), Steve Worrall (St Austell Brewery Retail Director), James Staughton (St Austell Brewery Chief Executive), Harvey Jones ( St Austell Brewery Retail Business Manager) and Luke Dillon (GB surfing star and Korev ambassador)