Welcome to The Three Horseshoes

Cranleigh Surrey

The fine weather brought so many customers out on Saturday that we struggled to cope, so apologies to anyone who was turned away or had to wait. In order to be able to maintain standards we will now only be serving drinks at the rear of the pub during sunny weather. If it rains we will close the garden and just serve under the gazeebos at the front and under the covered pation at the rear. It will be first come first served with queuing at the side gate when we are full.
Welcome to The Three Horseshoes, Cranleigh, Surrey.  A traditional village pub in the heart of England’s biggest village.

The Three Horseshoes is a very old-fashioned pub in many ways – it has lovely wooden floors, nooks, crannies and beams and even an inglenook fireplace with a roaring fire in winter.  We proudly serve old fashioned real ales here but we also offer a great choice of modern, exciting hop-driven bitters which will have “angels dancing on your tongue!”

We cook the sort of old-fashioned pub grub that people love and keep coming back for and we offer it at old-fashioned prices.  We have a safe, child-friendly garden with swings and slides and an old-fashioned herb garden with loads of fresh mint for Pimms. 

We serve lots of old-fashioned G&Ts and yet we boast a great range of modern gins.  We are an old-fashioned pub in so many ways but we hope the most old-fashioned thing you will experience here is the welcome!

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You will be asked to leave your contact details with us for "track and trace" purposes and you do this by texting them to our secure telephone number when you arrive. If you text again as you are leaving we will have an accurate, timed record of your visit, which we will only access if the NHS as us to. Please also note that we can only allow children in if they can be trusted to sit with their family group and not to run around breaking social distancing rules.