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The Halsetown Inn, Halsetown - pub details

Address: Halsetown, St. Ives, Cornwall, TR26 3NA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3236) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Ives (1.3 miles), Carbis Bay (1.4 miles), Lelant Saltings (2.9 miles)

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user reviews of the Halsetown Inn, Halsetown

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Disappointing visit last Sunday afternoon. Yes, it's a characterful multi-roomed pub with an eclectic mixture of furniture but it's mainly laid out for dining (we were directed to sit at one table even though it was 4pm and the place was virtually empty) and the solitary Sharps Atlantic was poor enough for me to leave it unfinished.
paul_d102 - 23 Sep 2019 12:57

A Free house.

A pleasant looking pub on a sharp bend on the Penzance to St Ives road. Internally the space is split into four main areas with a smallish bar area warmed by an open fire. Two beers on draft at time of visit, Doom and Betty Stogs, both in good condition. Warm welcome from the licensee and, unusually for a pub near St Ives, the price of beer is reasonable.

The other three areas are given over to dining and the pub has a good local reputation for food.

Large car park. Worth a visit if passing.
ridleyman - 21 Apr 2016 18:26
open now with new managers/owners. seems ok but to soon to give full review

eankelvin - 8 Sep 2010 13:59
closed down? Went there the other day to find it not open with a manager vaancy there?
staceybeerlover - 17 Feb 2010 14:40
A rural, roadside inn, with an attractive ivy-clad exterior, about a mile out of St Ives. There are four rooms inside, one of which is a designated dining area. Another houses a pool table. Overall, the interior is quite plainly decorated, the simplicity of the place contributing to its subdued feel when we called late afternoon.

There were three hand pumps in the bar, but only ‘Doombar’ on offer. That fact combined with a rather tired pint suggested there might be a problem with turnover.

The landlord appeared rather shy, but he was friendly and welcoming. His dog Peggy was a great hit with my daughters.

Food seemed to be the lifeblood of the place, but nothing on the menu tempted us to eat there.

It’s hard to comment on the atmosphere when there were only six people in the place. Maybe it comes to life on an evening when the diners and locals appear? However on the basis of our visit there was nothing that made us want to return.


aleandhearty - 26 Aug 2009 13:39

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