It is a shame that the previous people who ran it could not get an extension of the lease, however the friends of the pool have taken over . Everyone is trying hard to make it successful but I still prefer the previous menus.
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Arrived at 11.20am to order 4 drinks, only 3 people in front of us. Finally got served at 11.35am then finally got our drinks at 11.50am!!! There were 6 members of staff in the kiosk!! Coffee tasted disgusting and while we had to stand queuing...More
Hi I no longer have the cafe at the Jubilee Pool (see below for other management responses) but Trip Advisor are slow to close the page down. The Friends of Jubilee Pool are running the cafe now so you should go to the Jubilee Pool...More
Arrived for a mid morning coffee (1130am) on a sunny mid week morning to be greeted with by a young lady referring to us as 'dears' (I'm 25). the order before us was messed up, the cakes on offer looked sad, the coffee was served...More
Hi Charlotte I no longer run the cafe at the Jubilee Pool as my lease ran out and the council wouldn't renew it :(. I've tried to mark this business as closed through TripAdvisor but it still shows as live. The Friends of Jubilee Pool...More
Great shame as this was a fantastic place to visit, fantastic views and by the jubilee pool. Close down because of a complete mess up by Penzance Council trying to be clever (ha ha).
We have often eaten at this delightful little restaurant and never been disappointed until now when I hear it's now closed down. Don't understand quite why but have heard through the grape vine that the council can't make up their minds about its future!! Typical.More
Hi Our lease with the council was coming to an end and we tried desperately to negotiate an extension to it. Unfortunately, the council decided that they didn't want that to happen and they have put it out to tender. We are disappointed not to...More
Friendly atmosphere and staff and right on the seafront, with a choice of very locally sourced fish medley you just had to have it! and we were not disappointed.
we arrived in Penzance simply to go for a walk and spend a couple of hours looking at the town centre - my wife had heard of the Jubilee Pool, which had just been rebuilt keeping the original art deco style. Attached to the pool,...More
We found this by chance on a day trip to Penzance from Plymouth, it was a lovely sunny day and it was a treat to sit with the view of the pool and mounts bay and eat a delicious lunch. Service was really good, the...More