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Three Horseshoes
Main Rd
Drayton Parslow

Milton Keynes
Buckinghamshire

MK17 0JS | View map
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The Three Horseshoes offers the perfect weekend away in a quaint village with beautiful countryside on the doorstep We are a real village pub, with excellent restaurant & popular bar The Three Horseshoes is the only Public House & Restaurant in Drayton Parslow. We also have 9 well appointed bedrooms, offered at very competitive bed & breakfast rates.
Here at the 'Shoes' we pride ourselves on having a real village pub, where everyone is welcome.

The atmosphere inside the 'Shoes' is always warm and welcoming, especially during the winter months with the open sided log fire roaring away. For the weary traveller or those working away from home, enjoy one of our well appointed letting rooms, which boast oak beamed ceilings, coffee and tea making facilities, satellite t.v. and radio alarm. We have easy access to Milton Keynes, Aylesbury, Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham or even London via the M1 or local main line stations direct to Euston.

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