The Water’s Edge Bar

At the Water’s Edge bar we believe that a well-considered drinks list is a key part of the hotel experience. We have taken our time in sourcing and putting together a varied and interesting list to excite and surprise even the most experienced of palates. From local vodkas and infused gins to artisan vermouths and award-winning saké, we hope you will discover a new favourite drink to awaken your senses. Also, every Friday from 5pm until close, enjoy two for £10 on selected cocktails. So gather your friends and join us for one or two…!

Our favourites

  • Greenbank ultimate G&T: A large serving of gin infused in-house with rosemary and orange. Served with Distillers Tonic and garnished with rosemary and orange, £8.95
  • Curio Cornish Cup and lemonade: A version of Pimm’s made using Cornish gin and fresh local ingredients blended with tea, £5.75
  • St Germain spritz: A French elderflower liqueur made with white elderflower blossoms from the French Alps, topped up with Prosecco and soda, £8.50
  • Chambord royal: A raspberry liqueur which was first produced in the Loire valley in the 1600s. Steeped in Cognac and honey and topped up with Grand Imperial, £8.50
  • Cremorne 1859 sloe gin with Fever-Tree lemon tonic: Using sloe berries from the blackthorn bush, Gentleman Badger’s Sloe Gin is a curiously classy beverage, £6.20
  • Cynar and soda: Bitter-sweet artichoke amaro served with soda and garnished with a lemon slice – simply refreshing, £5.00
  • Konishi Silver Ginjo Hiyashibori Saké: Sharing an aperitif? Why not try a traditional saké. To be drunk like wine, it has a soft and smooth finish, £49.00


  • Smoked and salted Martini: Nginious smoked and salted gin, Mancino Bianco ambrato, £12.00
  • Barrel aged Martini: Oak aged gin and Knightor white Vermouth, £9.00
  • Basil Mojitini: Lime infused Brugal white rum, mint water, basil syrup, lime juice, £8.00
  • Pisco sour: Pisco, lemon juice, sugar syrup, aquafaba, angostura bitters, £8.00
  • Cornish old fashioned: Tarquin’s blackberry gin, blackcurrant jam, rhubarb bitter, £9.00
  • Fairings: Bulleit bourbon, ginger syrup, orange bitters, £8.00
  • Parma violet: Tanqueray gin, violet syrup, regal rogue wild rose, lemon juice, £9.00
  • 43rd Negroni: Bulleit Rye, amaro di Angostura, Licor 43, £9.50
  • Gleditsia: Ketel One vodka, St Germain elderflower liqueur, cloudy apple juice, lemon juice, prosecco top, £8.00
  • Compote: Bulleit bourbon, honey, apple juice, cider, cinnamon, £9.50
  • Chocorange: Curio cocoa nibs vodka, Cointreau, aztec chocolate bitter, orange bitter, £8.00
  • Tikyiki: White and dark Brugal rums, rhubarb liqueur, blackberry liqueur, vanilla syrup, cranberry and pineapple juice £8.50
  • Solomon: Bulleit Rye, cynar, Carpano antica formula, celery bitters, £8.50
  • Ruby’s pearl: Rhubarb liqueur, cherry brandy, prosecco, £7.50


  • Apple Mojito: Apple juice, lime, mint, soda, £3.95
  • Oriental Fizz: Passion fruit syrup, pineapple juice, lime, soda, £3.95
  • Madagascar: Pineapple juice, lime juice, vanilla syrup, £3.95
  • Shirley temple: Ginger ale, lemonade, grenadine, £3.95


  • Knightor White: A local vermouth made by Knightor winery in St Austell and wonderfully flavoursome, £5.20
  • Mancino Bianco Ambrato: Based on Trebbiano di Romagna wine and includes a healthy 37 botanicals, £5.20
  • Regal rogue wild rose: Marrying a dry shiraz rosé from Australia with the native illawara plums, rosella, strawberry gum, rhubarb and kina, £5.20
  • Regal rogue bold red: The red expression of Australian vermouth. Made with red shiraz and lots of native botanicals, £5.20
  • Carpano Antica formula: The first ever vermouth and highly sought-after. Made to an original recipe dating from 1786, £4.50
  • Noilly prat: The most classic white vermouth. From southern France, it is a divine addition to all cocktails, £3.50


  • Tanqueray with Fever-Tree and lime: A true icon made of only four botanicals. Perfect simplicity in its purest form, £5.50
  • Tanqueray 10 with Fever-Tree and grapefruit: Named after the number 10 still pot it is made in, this is the high-end citrusy expression of Tanqueray, £6.30
  • Tyler Street with Franklin and orange: Gold medal winner 2017, this citrus gin was created by Cornish distillery Curio, £5.70
  • Curio with Franklin light, samphire and lime: Using locally grown rock samphire as the main botanical, this gin captures the Cornish coast in a glass, £6.20
  • Tarquin’s dry with Fever-Tree and orange: Putting Cornwall on the spirits map, Tarquin’s dry is becoming a classic, £5.50
  • Tarquin’s Yeghes Da with Fever-Tree light and grapefruit: Tarquin’s elderflower and grapefruit limited edition, £5.50
  • Tarquin’s blackberry with Fever-Tree, blueberries and thyme: Fresh blackberry distilled gin, dry and fruity, £5.50
  • Caspyn with Fentimans and orange zest: A classic dry gin, with loads of floral and citrus notes, £5.90
  • Ki no Tea with Distillers’ choice, lemon and rosemary: Distilled in Kyoto using the finest Green tea leaves. Very limited edition (only 6000 bottles produced in 2017), £9.40
  • Elephant with Luscombe and apple: Using African botanicals, 15% of the proceeds goes towards elephant foundations, £7.65
  • Nginious Smoked & salted with Luscombe and thyme: 40 hour cold smoked chestnuts and rare smoked stone salt. A rare gem that will awaken your taste buds, £11.15
  • Glendalough wild botanicals with Franklin and rosemary: Scottish gin produced by a famous whisky distillery using foraged botanicals from the Wicklow mountains, £6.90
  • Hendricks with Franklin and cucumber: This classic blend needs no introductions – cucumber anyone? £5.90
  • Cremorne 1859 sloe gin with Fever-Tree lemon and rosemary: Using sloe berries from the blackthorn bush, Gentleman Badger’s Sloe Gin is a curiously classy beverage, £6.20


  • Tio Pepe: The most exported Spanish product in the world, its popularity speaks for itself, £3.90
  • Pedro Ximenez, Bella Luna: Pedro Ximenez grapes produce the sweetest type of sherries, good for any sweet tooth, £3.50
  • Amontillado, Bella Luna: Amber colour with complex, intense, saline aromas of hazelnuts and bitter almonds, £3.50
  • Fino, Bella Luna: The palate is light, fresh and bone-dry. With a pale straw colour, its intense yet delicate aromas of fresh bread and almonds bring this drink to life, £3.50
  • En Rama, La Guita: A selection of butts from the best soleras in both of the house bodegas: Misericordia and Pago Sanlúcar Viejo, £3.90


  • Ketel one: A great Dutch vodka made by the Nolet family since the 17th century, £3.50
  • Stoli Elit: Made using a patented ‘freeze-filtration’ technique, this produces a vodka of unparalleled purity, £4.95
  • Curio Cardamom: A locally made vodka distilled with cardamom to give it a spiciness which shines in cocktails, £4.00
  • Curio Cocoa Nibs: Made in Cornwall using organic Peruvian cocoa nibs, it is perfect to drink neat or mixed, £4.00
  • Ciroc: A French vodka from Cognac, made from the distillation of cold-fermented grapes, £4.00


  • Amaro Montenegro: A classic Italian liqueur made with a wide (though secret) selection of herbs and spices, £4.95
  • Amaro di Angostura: An amaro derived from Angostura’s world famous aromatic bitters, £5.95
  • Cynar: Bitter italian herbal liqueur with artichoke being the main component, £4.50
  • Branca Meta: A minty version of the Fernet types. Bitter and fresh, a wonderful alternative to the usual amari, £5.00


  • Courvoisier VS: The VS expression from the world renown Courvoisier, said to be the Cognac of Napoleon, £3.50
  • Courvoisier VSOP: The VSOP is matured between 8 and 12 years in a selection of Troncais and Limousin oak barrels, £4.95
  • Courvoisier XO: Contains long-aged eaux-de-vie from Grande and Petite Champagne, £13.50
  • Hennessy Paradis: Created in 1979, a completely unique cognac that combines more than 100 exceptional eaux-de-vie, £39.00
  • Calvados Coquerel: Distilled using the continuous distillation process, this brandy is matured in small oak barrels, £4.95
  • Armagnac Janneau VSOP: A blend of Armagnacs aged for at least 7 years in Montlezun oak, £4.50
  • Cornish Eau de Vie: Made with Healey’s cyder, this clear brandy is perfect neat, on the rocks, or mixed with your favourite juice for supreme refreshment, £4.30
  • Cornish Cyder Brandy: Healey’s 3 year old brandy, made by distilling Cornish cyder in a traditional copper pot still, £4.30


  • Brugal Anejo: A great Dominican rum, this drink has aged for a minimum of 3 years in barrels, £3.00
  • Brugal Blanco: This drink has aged for at least a year to mellow out the intense qualities for the perfect tipple, £3.00
  • Appleton white: Distilled from molasses in Jamaica, could this be your new favourite white rum? We think so! £3.50
  • El Dorado 5 year old Gold: The best rum from Guyana of its age, £4.00
  • Gosling black seal: Original rum used in the now trademarked Dark and Stormy, £3.50
  • Zacapa 23: Guatemalan rum, blended using the solera system in bourbon and sherry casks, £5.95
  • Zacapa XO: Won the Platinum award in the Super-Premium category at the World Spirits Championship, £9.80
  • Santa Teresa 1796: A blend of Venezuelan rums and vatted using the solera system, £5.50
  • Walter Hicks 125: Overproof Navy rum by St Austell Brewery, £4.50
  • Plantation OFTD: An old fashioned traditional dark blend of rums from Barbados, Jamaica & Guyana, £4.95
  • Plantation Pineapple: Distilled then infused with fresh pineapple to then age in a cask for 3 months. A absolute must try, £4.50
  • Element 8 spiced: A premium spirit combining dark rum with Caribbean spices, fruit and honey, £4.50
  • Dead man’s fingers: A Cornish company who imports the rum and spices it locally to create the first Cornish spiced rum, £3.10
  • Sagatiba Cachaca: Brazilian expression of white rum. The classic spirit for a great Caipirinha, £3.50


  • Douglas laing Rock Oyster Malt: A coastal dram which will transport the enthusiast to the islands of Scotland, £4.95
  • Bulleit bourbon: Made with 30% rye, Bulleit has a spicier kick than your usual bourbon, £3.50
  • Bulleit rye: 95% rye is included in this dry whisky which won Double Gold at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, £4.50
  • Aberdour piper: A blended whisky – perfect for mixing £3.00
  • Togouchi blended: Imported from Scotland and Canada, then blended in Japan to be aged in an old train tunnel, £4.95
  • Nikka Yoichi: An amazing Japanese single malt. Possibly the best expression of what Japanese whisky tastes like, £8.90
  • Suntory the chita: A Japanese single grain whisky matured in a combination of sherry, bourbon, and wine casks, £6.20
  • Monkey shoulder: Made with single malts from three famous Speyside distilleries, £4.50
  • Great King’s street Glasgow blend: Full-bodied blended Scotch made with Lowland grain and malt from the Highlands, £5.00
  • Ardberg uigedail: A premium peated dram, this whisky is Jim Murray’s 2009 World Whisky of the Year, £6.30
  • Aberfeldy 12 year old: Highland single malt Scotch whisky. A fruity and polished malt with a touch of honey and spice, £5.00
  • Woodford reserve: Triple distilled Kentucky bourbon and matured for at least 6 years, £4.95


  • Espolon: From Destilladora San Nicolas in Los Altos, made with 100% blue agave and bottled without ageing, £3.50
  • Espolon Reposado: Aged in American oak barrels for six months, with notes of tropical fruit and vanilla, £3.50
  • Don Julio Blanco: Rated as a “classic” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine, £4.75
  • Don Julio reposado: Smooth and balanced, aged for just under a year in bourbon barrels, £4.90
  • Quiquiriqui Mezcal: A spectacular Mezcal with classic flavours – from smoky to sugary sweet, £4.90

Liqueurs and More

  • Amaretto Saliza: Real, non flavoured amaretto made from almonds, £3.50
  • Tosolini expresso liqueur: Premium coffee liqueur made using traditionally-toasted Arabica coffee beans, £3.50
  • Cointreau: Classic ‘triple-sec’ liqueur based on a blend of sweet and bitter orange peels, £3.50
  • Frangelico: Classic Italian hazelnut liqueur that will compliment almost everything, £3.50
  • Kummel: Old fashioned style liqueur made of caraway, cumin and aniseed. Our General Manager’s favourite, £3.00

We also serve a variety of lagers, ciders and ales from the tap and from the bottle, as well as soft drinks and hot drinks.