Three Horseshoes22 South Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
The Three Horseshoes reopened on Friday 30 April. Closed Monday (except bank holiday, 12-9 (food 12:20-2:30)). Tuesday & Wednesday, 5:30-11 (food 6-8). Thursday & Friday, 12-2:30 & 5:30-11 (food 12-2 & 6-8). Saturday, 1-11 (food 12-2:30 & 6-8). Sunday, 12-10 (food 12-2:30). Booking recommended for food.
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Hanging baskets adorn the front of this red tile roofed village pub seasonally. The long, low-ceilinged main bar has a cosy alcove at one end and a small raised area at the other. The brick fronted bar takes up much of the central section. The multilevel floor and exposed beams hint at the pub's former multi-room format. On the walls are historical photographs of the village and its sports players. A separate garden/family room lies off to the left looking out onto the large garden that has beautifully tended borders and lots of play equipment for children. The pub is popular with local clubs and societies and sponsors the village football and cricket teams. Charity events, including fire walking in 2015, raise significant sums. Their 2015 beer festival was so successful that it will be an annual event. The home-cooked food is tasty and filling. Pub is closed Mondays, but open Bank Holiday Mondays (with food) as Sunday hours. Cambridge & District CAMRA Rural Community Pub 2017.