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The Three Horseshoes, Frampton on Severn - pub details

Address: The Green, Frampton on Severn, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, GL2 7DT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 35423) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cam & Dursley (1.2 miles), Stonehouse (4.8 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

White Lion, Cambridge (0.7 miles), George Inn, Cambridge (0.8 miles), Tudor Arms, Slimbridge (0.9 miles), Berkeley Arms, Cam (1.1 miles)


user reviews of the Three Horseshoes, Frampton on Severn

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The Three Horseshoes is the smaller, but the better of Frampton's two pubs. It's located at the opposite end of the village green from the Bell, about 10 minutes walk away. You're assured of a warm welcome here. The landlady gave me some books to read all about the village. The 4 ales are Timothy Taylor Landlord & Boltmaker, Sharps Doom Bar & Uley Bitter. The real cider was from Black Rat. Some of the locals seemed slightly eccentric and the pub dog came and lay down beside me in the front bar. But this adds to the character of the place. There is a further room at the rear. A really good pub.
blue_scrumpy - 21 Feb 2017 20:03
The new licensee of The Three Horseshoes, Jess O'Gorman, is working really hard to transform it into the ideal village local. The welcome from her, the dogs and the regulars is very warm to newcomers, and the well-kept beers and remarkable value food only add to the experience. Last week there were three real ales: Uley Cotswold Bitter, Timothy Taylor Landlord and Sharp's Doom Bar, plus local ciders, perry and lagers. The real fire provides a focal point in the front bar, and those not fond of dogs can use the rear lounge bar. Food is cooked by Jess's parents, and is wholesome, home-made fare, using local ingredients. Their signature dish is the "3 Shu Pie", a triple-content confection in two sizes (large and enormous) containing cauliflower cheese / mashed potato and vegetable / your choice of steak, chicken, ham, rabbit or vegetable. It is delicious!
Monday is Quiz Night, Thursday is Music Night, and you might find special events such as the Tuesday Tapas Night we encountered - and very good it was too.
There is stiff competition from the other pub in the village but, for an entirely authentic experience of what a proper village pub ought to be, you could hardly do better.
Wundernix - 29 Oct 2012 10:35
Unable to comment on this establishment was closed on the first passing and closed on the second around 12.00. Didn't look too inviting from the outside.But placed in a lovely location just up from the Bell.
james55westhead - 13 May 2012 16:52

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