The Village of Tresparrett (originally Rosperuet or Paruet) stands above the Valency valley, which runs three miles down to the sea at Boscastle Harbour.
Although we've no shop or school, there is a well attended Methodist Chapel at one end of the village and a Pub at the other.

      In North Cornwall, Those Inns and Public houses that are not situated to take advantage of the tourist trade, are disappearing. The Horseshoe Inn is one of the few remaining that depends on local custom, and blessed we are that the village still has a heart.

       The Horseshoe Inn has been a pub since 1977. Prior to that, it was a house & blacksmiths (hence the name) which were knocked together into one to become the village shop. It took many years to obtain a license to turn it into a pub because of opposition from some villagers. Thanks to Bert Mason's tireless efforts the license was granted in 1977.
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Usual Opening hours
  Afternoons Evenings
Weekdays 12 to 3-ish 7 to 11-ish

12 to 3-ish

7 to 10.30-ish
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