The Three Horseshoes, Marlow - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26505) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
Brewery: Rebellion Beer Company
- Food served, Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
Pegasus, Marlow Bottom (0.7 miles), Britannia, Marlow (1.0 miles), Blacksmiths Arms, Handy Cross (1.1 miles), Kings Head, Little Marlow (1.2 miles), Plough at Marlow, Marlow (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 20 shown - see all reviews
|More restaurant then pub. Only a small drinker's area by the entrance. I didn't rate the beer much but I was comparing it to the brewery 'pull your own pint' offering from the open afternoon down the road so am probably being over critical.|
Snarling_Mallard - 7 Feb 2016 10:47
|Dropped in here for lunch. Nice place with good food and an excellent selection of beers from the local Rebellion brewery. Service friendly too.|
Psi - 4 Mar 2013 10:14
|A walk from Bourne End to Marlow via Flackwell Heath enabled us to make a lunch stop at the Three Horseshoes.|
And what an excellent place it is. A bit of a restaurant to be sure, but to be greeted by a row of handpumps all selling Rebellion beer is a sight to behold. I plumped for the Roasted Nuts at 4.7% and jolly fine it was too. No-one of us was alcoholically disappointed.
And the food was pretty good too. An extensive menu, but to get that pub feel we would recommend the Horseshoe Breakfast, an all-day breakfast forming a veritable food mountain on the plate, all for a mere £8.95.
All in all, a spot on alehouse. Now, how can I find an excuse to return ?
ramblethenlunch - 12 Nov 2012 12:47
|Large pub on the old road between Handy Cross and Marlow. Interior is mostly given over to eating but unlike many pubs you won't feel uncomfortable if you just want a pint. The beers are all from Rebellion Brewery and kept with almost obsessive care. Unsurprisingly given the quality of the beer, the place itself is always spotless. |
Haven't tried the food so can't comment but for a simple beer few pubs in Bucks come close.
Campanologist - 23 Nov 2011 17:12
|Better known as a pub restaurant, beer is excellent from local brewery.|
Food is variable from good to excellent, maybe just one bad night with the ribs which are normally excellent and always good value.
Check opening times, don't think it opens on Sunday evening which is a shame but mid-week it is busy and has a large bar area if you 'just' want a beer.
confirmedoldguy - 29 Oct 2011 20:34
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