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The Three Horseshoes, Bradford on Avon - pub details

Three Horseshoes

Address: Frome Rd, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, BA15 1LA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22707) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bradford-on-avon (0.1 miles), Avoncliff (1.5 miles), Freshford (2.3 miles)

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user reviews of the Three Horseshoes, Bradford on Avon

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Terrific eclectic little pub near the station. Well kept beers and an intersting selection. Don't come here for designer furniture; a la carte food or classicla music - this is a good honest boozer with good beer and a great mix of customers. Lively brash and boistrious! Excellent! Worth missing a train for.
mcroyal - 2 Jul 2014 16:28
Competitive prices, the only place cheaper than here is the plough. Live music and decent atmosphere
Yesitsme - 4 Jun 2013 18:25
Competitive prices, the only place cheaper than here is the plough. Live music and decent atmosphere
Yesitsme - 4 Jun 2013 18:25
A proper drinker's pub. Interesting mix of customers, wouldn't take kids in there, though. Well kept ales, probably the best place in Bradford to get a decent pint.
pr9spk2 - 21 May 2013 13:20
Popped in here as a few of our party were keen to get stuck in to the live music being put on here (signage outside didn't really betray much about the pub in terms of drink or food, but a steady line-up of live acts were listed, so we assumed it must be the premier venue locally for that kind of thing).

A characterful old pub, which was more than saved from being in any way crusty or dull (of a Friday evening at least) by the live and loud band who were palying in the back room, apparently to the intense pleasure of many of the locals. It was to my ears pretty predictable trite rhythm 'n' blues which I am bound to say I have heard executed far better elsewhere, but the relative musical merits are of limited importance, because they were the main attraction that night, and helped gel everybody together in a semi-inebriated but well-intentioned celebration of all that can be earthy and exciting about a good solid boozer. Certainly a number of my more senior chums were gettin' on down and if any of them drop a review on here, you would have nothing but praise. Saying that, a number of youngsters turned up and also seemed to be making the most of things - there aren't many alternatives for them I'm guessing, but still it was nice to have a broader mix enjoying the simple but effective wares here.

Ale-wise, I think around 3 were available that evening, including a nicely-conditioned and rich pint of Stonehenge Danish Dynamite, which went down steadily despite the abdomen-full I'd taken on board across the preceding 24 hours (7 days, actually).

Plenty of seating, both at the bar and in the various rooms, and all-told, the Shoes seemed to be a pretty lively affair. Rough round the edges, and maybe skewed towards the over 50s, but nevertheless a sound antidote to some of the banal boozers further into town, and the very worthy but still 'safe' pubs in the area.
TWG - 21 Sep 2012 17:08

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