Three Horseshoes

Inn in Newton Longville, Buckinghamshire

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10 Main Road
Newton Longville
MK17 0JS

Three Horseshoes, Newton Longville

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If youre working away from home, having a weekend away or just looking for a decent pint of real cask ale and some good food, then The Three Horseshoes Pub is just for you. Just 8 miles from Milton Keynes and a picture of olde world charm, The Three Horseshoes is adorned with oak beams and a magnificent centre fireplace and at over 200 hundred years old is one of the oldest buildings in the village. We have 9 Bed and Breakfast rooms ranging from Singles through to Twins and Doubles, some also including ensuite bathrooms.

Each room has its own individual charm to give you a restful stay in a beautiful country village location.Our location makes us perfect for both business and leisure travelers, always a hit for Silverstone traffic and those working in Milton Keynes!

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