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Three Horseshoes Inn, Bridport

Pub added by elizabeth mcgraw
Postal town: Bridport

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Old Blue left this review about Three Horseshoes Inn

This late Victorian stone pub in a picturesque working village is affectionately known as ‘The Shoes’ locally. The main bar area is a room to the right as you enter, with the room on the left being set for diners. The terrace at the rear offers a great view of the village and countryside. Our Saturday lunchtime visit found a warm welcome and good service.

The four ale pumps offered Palmers’ Copper Ale and Best (good pints of, at £2.95 and £3.10 respectively) with the other two empty. The best thing about this pub however is the food, the renowned menu offering a range of traditionally inspired but rather interesting dishes made from local produce - not cheap with mains starting at around £10, but extremely delicious and well worth it. Rooms are also available ‘from £65 in August’ and the AA plaque outside rates it as a four star inn.

I liked this pub a lot, and would certainly come here again.

On 2nd September 2011 - rating: 8
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