When you visit The Three Horseshoes, you're in for a treat. Experience the off-the-pier-fresh seafood, hand-cut chips, scrumptious stews or any of the other mouthwatering dishes.
Long Lane village in Derbyshire, is approximately 6 miles north west of Derby off the A52, and set on the old Roman road bearing the same name. It has a very rural setting and is not much more than a cluster of cottages, a village school that serves the local farming community, a church and a pub.
The Three Horseshoes Inn is an extensive building, dating back to 1750. It was formerly a grain store, where ale was brewed for the adjacent blacksmith. The pub is unusual in that it is owned by Long Lane village itself. It was theatened with closure a few years ago, so a group of customers averted the danger by clubbing together and buying it.
The Three Horseshoes is the perfect destination for your next night out, whether an intimate dinner for two or a large group celebration.
Chris Peach the Landlord has been at Three Horseshoes since June 2010 and in this time he has added a certain charismatic charm with a fantastic atmosphere, his enthusiasm of bringing the community together with a variety of successful events such as live music, festivals and family fun days. Chris is always looking for new and exciting ventures for the pub to take which is always supported by the pubs loyal locals. After a long string of previous short term land lords Chris has turned the pub around and made it a lovely home from home country pub with fantastic traditional home cooked food and an extremely warm welcome to all!
The Three Horseshoes, Long Lane, Dalbury Lees, Nr Ashbourne, Derbys, DE6 5BJ. Tel:- 01332 824481