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Coach and Horses, Ganborough - pub details

Address: Ganborough, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56 0QZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35667) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Moreton-in-marsh (3.2 miles)

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user reviews of Coach and Horses, Ganborough

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Nice pub on the main A-road down to Stow. Not to be confused with the other Coach and Horses in Longborough village itself.

Popular for lunches on the Friday I was there. Also had just had a MacMillan Coffee Morning and there were loads of home made cakes for sale.

Good pint of Donnington beer.

Inquisitive buzzard low flying over the garden time after time was an interesting addition.
twohalves - 5 Oct 2013 09:31
Had hoped to have lunch here this week, but it was closed up and looked deserted. Has it closed? (I remembered its food as particularly good.)
HenPen - 11 May 2012 10:07
The pub changed hands august 2010.

We had dinner at the Coach and Horses twice over the weekend while staying at Windy Ridge opposite. The food is delicious, there's a good selection of beer and wine and the atmosphere is warm and friendly.

We will definitely be paying a visit the next time we are in the Cotswolds.#

woodey1 - 27 Feb 2011 17:45
Ahh, we had a great afternoon here. We walked the 4 miles from a campsite in Moreton here and were not disappointed on our arrival.

It was a very friendly place and although the ale choice was limited, we all agreed that the Donnington's BB on sale was by far the best bitter we drank all weekend in the area. 4 pints later and the BB tasted as good as the first quaff. Magic. Given it's relatively low strength it has extraordinary depth and flavour.

The pub itself is a surprisingly bright, old fashioned pub. The staff were very friendly and played a Rolling Stones double album at volume when we arrived. We met a couple of locals and they too were extremely affable.

Although we were unable to eat, the food menu looked good and apparently they have a reputation for decent food.

I'll definitely be returning, it was fun.
Dylarolla - 17 Aug 2009 13:03

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