The Longbow, Stapleford - pub details
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- Live music
- Pool table, Dartboard
- Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
Rose at Stapleford, Stapleford (0.2 miles), Railway Tavern, Great Shelford (0.4 miles), Square and Compasses, Great Shelford (0.6 miles), Plough, Great Shelford (0.6 miles), Kings Head, Sawston (1.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|The Three Horseshoes is an excellent pub. We stopped off here returning from East Anglia.|
Nice decor (if a bit basic-modern), excellent choice of beers in good condition and reasonable prices for the Cambridge area. Good service, staff knowledgeable and friendly.
Friendly atmosphere and room to find your own area (away from the TV or playing pub games).
Hard to fault.
boblarkin - 20 Mar 2016 10:20
|The Longbow is dead, long live The Three Horseshoes. The pub re-opened last night with 6 real ales on tap, plus a range of imported lagers and bottled Belgian beer. The redecoration is excellent. The beer choice outstanding.|
No food yet. Speaking to the licensee he is expecting limited service next week and a full menu by Easter.
oregontiger - 15 Feb 2013 09:57
|The Longbow will be re opened early February as The Three Horseshoes, which it was known as until 1977. Jethro and Terri from The Cambridge Blue have the lease so expect to see up to 8 real ales on handpump along with imported lagers and a selection of Belgian Beers|
terril - 12 Jan 2013 20:17
|From the Cambridge News, 30 May 2012: |
A pub which was closed after a police raid will remain shut until a full review of its future can be carried out.
South Cambridgeshire District Councilís licensing subcommittee today refused permission for the Longbow in Stapleford to reopen after hearing the views of police and the landlord.
A formal hearing will be held within 28 days to consider whether the pubís licence should be revoked.
As the News reported, police raided the pub on Friday following repeated complaints about violence, disorder and anti-social behaviour, and arrested four people.
So its future is clearly up in the air.
HenPen - 31 May 2012 07:41
|Now reopened under new (local) management. Some redecoration done and well priced but fairly standard food on offer. Decent beer and some interesting real ale selections not often found in this area. |
oregontiger - 12 Dec 2010 15:30
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