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The Halsetown Inn


Built in 1831, The Halsetown Inn is named after the village's architect and benefactor, James Halse. From the outside, little changes at this stone-built pub, but the interior reveals a more contemporary style although the open fires remain and dogs are welcome. Run by the same team as the award-winning Blas Burgerworks restaurant in St Ives, local produce drives the menus here; typical starters on the concise menu are courgette and charred sweetcorn fritters; pea and Trevaskis Farm smoked ham croquettes with curried mayo. Then for mains, perhaps go for grilled line-caught Wild Harbour Fish Company's fish of the day with saffron mash; or 10-hour braised lamb, tomato and red wine ragł, tagliatelle, spinach and Hasletown ricotta. Puds could be deep-fried vanilla custard, boozy prunes, salted almond praline ice cream and maple syrup; or peanut parfait, banana bread, raspberry jelly, chocolate mousse and honeycomb.

Further information

Tel: 01736 795583
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Sharp's Doom Bar, Skinner's Betty Stogs


11-3 5.30-close


2-31 Jan, Sun eve


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.



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On B3311, 1m for St Ives

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