The Three Horseshoes, Harpenden - pub details
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Address: East Common, Harpenden, Hertfordshire, AL5 1AW [gmap]
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36731) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Sunday roast, Gluten free meals available, Real ale, Cocktails
- Outside seating, Children allowed, Credit cards accepted, Car park, Disabled access
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|A phone call this morning from a friend in Harpenden informed me that sadly my prediction of last spring has come true. However I get no satisfaction from that. Considering the landlords run the Cricketers in Redbourn I had expected something different from the concept that failed last year. Like the Skew Bridge across the common a pub looking for the right person to manage it.|
StephenM123 - 22 Feb 2012 13:18
|Popped in while on a long bike ride, though made it a half as it was not really the rough & ready place we were looking for, seems more set up for fine dining. Having said they had ale and it was in decent nick.|
dyyony - 23 Jun 2011 19:31
|Was re-open when I was in the area at the weekend. Same model as before - i.e. expensive gastro pub. They always have well kept ales but no lower cost eating options. Warm summers evening a jacket (potaoto) and a side salad would be enough for many. I suspect that as gastro pub it has no real long term future.|
StephenM123 - 31 May 2011 13:11
|Erm - now closed (again!) Something to do with a licence (or lack of) I believe.|
MartynG - 21 Feb 2011 12:59
|Pleasantly surprised to find that this establishment has re-opened as a pub, rather than being a restaurant. It has a supurb location, real fires and is dog friendly.|
There are three real ales available (Tring, Cumbria and Ringwood at the time of my visit ) all of which are well kept. However, these will change on a regular basis. The landlord appears to appreciate real ales, which is a good start.
Pub food is also availabe at reasonable prices.
Any business that reverses the trend of tuning pubs into eating houses deserves our suppot.
MartynG - 7 Feb 2011 12:33
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