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The Three Horseshoes
Cakers Lane
East Worldham


GU34 3AE | View map

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The Three Horseshoes is a lovely 200 year old traditional public house with four letting rooms set in the Hampshire countryside. Log fires and comfortable surroundings await you, set over the 3 former cottage rooms. We offer home cooked food, real ales and a warm welcome - 7 days a week. If you are on a walk with your faithful friend, then you will find that dogs are also welcome in our home. Why not park in our large parking areas before your walk? Our gem is our beautiful walled garden - hidden away for you to relax in the sunshine, savouring a long cool drink. Its mature shrubs, surrounded by the old forge outbuildings, offer a peaceful world away from the hustle and bustle. Upstairs you will find our individual rooms, and can enjoy a relaxed stay within easy reach of many of the local attractions, walks and, of course, businesses should you be in the area for work! Our accommodation comprises of a double room with en suite, a single with en suite, and a double and twin room with a shared shower. All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, a continental breakfast box and Freeview television.

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