Three HorseshoesSt Ives Road
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Busy local in a characterful grade II listed 17th century building in a picturesque village well known for Houghton Mill. This historic river mill on the Great Ouse is owned by the National Trust is nearby. The pub is very popular with walkers and cyclists using the Thicket Path from St Ives, especially in the summer months. The Three Horseshoes has two main bar areas and plenty of space for diners. All real ales, which include one a local brewery, are served by gravity dispense from a tap room behind the bar. Food is served at lunchtime and evenings from Monday to Saturday, with a carvery on Sunday afternoon. There are occasional themed food nights.
Opens at 5pm on Monday and Tuesday from late October till mid March. Food may not be available on Monday & Tuesday in the winter months.