The Cornubia Inn in Hayle

The Cornubia Inn

Accommodation type: Inn

The Cornubia Inn
TR27 4DX

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For 150 years the Cornubia has stood within the heart of Hayle. The building is grade two listed and was built by local brewer Christopher Ellis in 1867 and has hosted many formal functions in its history including shareholder assemblies for the Cornish Copper Company public meetings official dinners public sales and actions. Ross Poldark may have once crossed the threshold! (We all hope he s real don t we !) br / br / br / br / The sale of the Copperhouse Foundry s assets took place here in 1875 after the company s commercial failure. It is said that the Cornubia was named either after the Copperhouse built Cornubia - the first working locomotive to be designed and built in Cornwall by the C.C.C. especially for the newly completed Hayle railway line in 1838 or after the Harvey & Co. s Hayle built steam packet SS Cornubia - which was commissioned in 1858 and famed as a blockade-runner for the confederate states in the American civil war. We love either story!

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Local points of interest:

The following music venues, bars, clubs and restaurants are near to The Cornubia Inn:

  • Down The Line Surf Co (Nightclub) 219 yards away
  • Rosewarne Manor 472 yards away
  • Hayle (Railway Station) 990 yards away
  • Hayle Rugby Club 1044 yards away
  • Paridise Park (Attraction) 1.1 miles away
  • Lelant (Railway Station) 1.3 miles away
  • RSPB Hayle Estuary Carnsew Pool Hayle Cornwall TR27 1.3 miles away
  • Lelant Saltings (Railway Station) 1.6 miles away
  • St Erth (Railway Station) 2 miles away
  • Carbis Bay (Railway Station) 2.4 miles away

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