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The Three Horseshoes, Leyburn - pub details

Three Horseshoes

Address: Wensley, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31969) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Bolton Arms, Leyburn (1.3 miles), Kings Head, Leyburn (1.4 miles), Golden Lion, Leyburn (1.4 miles), Black Swan, Leyburn (1.4 miles), Sandpiper Inn, Leyburn (1.4 miles)

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Arrived on Saturday early afternoon to find a stressed landlord pouring 14 pints of Guinness for the imminent arrival of an all male party. Good views from the bench outside the front door over to the Middleham moors. My pint of Semer Water wasn't crystal clear but it tasted fine and kept its condition reasonably well; at least it was an alternative to the seemingly ubiquitous Black Sheep Bitter, Theakston Best and Wainwright.
paul_d102 - 21 Jun 2021 09:55
The pub now has new landlords who also own the Bolton Arms at Redmire and is managed by chef Aaron. There are 5 real ales on handpump in the summer and blue scrumpy will be pleased to hear that this includes Wensleydale Semerwater which is rapidly becoming the beer of the dales. Gun Dog now brewed by Northallerton Brewery is also back. The is a changing guest beer from a North Yorkshire brewery.
Blue scrumpy will also be pleased to hear there is background music. Food available every day lunch time and evening and pub is open all day. Visit the nearby candle factory in the old mill and waterfall.
Rocky53 - 13 May 2017 14:07
Cosy roadside pub on A684 outside Leyburn with low-beamed ceilings and whitewashed walls. Very good food with main courses around 10-12. Last orders 8pm. Choice of five well-kept local ales. Try the sample rack of three third-of-a-pint glasses of beer. Closed Mondays.
rentaquote - 20 Mar 2012 22:25
Was staying in the area for a week a couple of weeks ago and popped in for a quick pint - excellent choice of beer (six), all from North of England and mostly local. The barmaid was a very frendly lady - would have stayed longer but for the fact that I was driving. Shame.
PapaC - 6 Jun 2011 09:20
Still no Wensleydale beers in here on my visit. The brewery has moved to Bellerby where I recommend the Cross Keys. The Three Horseshoes was very quiet on our visit. A handful of locals all stopped and went silent when we walked in. The pub remained quiet whilst we were there and although I don't generally like music in a pub, this pub would have certainly benefitted from some quiet background sounds. After a while, the locals did engage us in conversation and they appeared reasonably friendly. But I can imagine that many others would have found the original silence a little unnerving. Walls County Town Gun Dog Bitter, Daleside Blonde, John Smiths, Theakston Best and Yorkshire Dales Landlord's Ales were the beers. Nice pub in a nice location. But the lack of atmosphere marks it down a little.
blue_scrumpy - 27 Apr 2011 18:19

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