The Horseshoe Inn previously the village shop, the building dates back 200 years and in 1977 it was converted into a pub and named after the smithy next door.
The detached property is approached over a large forecourt and lawned area with picnic bench seating and the main public areas boast all the traditional features you would expect in a Cornish Village pub; slate flagstone floors, beamed ceilings, exposed stone walls and roaring fires.
In addition to the main public bar, the business comprises a pool room, well equipped kitchen, cellar and dry store rooms, customer WC'S, and to the first floor is 2 bedroom owners accommodation. There is a trade car park with parking for up to 8 vehicles to the side of the property and to the rear is private parking for 2/3 cars and a garden area.
The village of Tresparrett in situated just off the Atlantic Highway in North Cornwall, approximately 3 miles from the historic harbour town of Boscastle and 7 miles from Tintagel, which welcomes thousands of visitors each year from across the UK and overseas, drawn by the rugged coastline and the legends of King Arthur.
The location of The Horseshoe Inn means that, in addition to the year round patronage from the local community, it enjoys an uplift during the summer months as a result of visitors to the area.