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This much-refurbished pub on the western edge of St Ives largely exists to cater for the trade provided by the nearby Polmanter tourist park, although there is an element of local patronage. Fronted by a tiny bar with three handpumps (but no pumpclips), rooms behind and to the right are largely set out for dining. Food is available daily, with roast at Sunday lunch. A guest ale may appear in the busier summer months. The pub closes for the month of January.