The Three Horseshoes at Garsington is a village pub dating back to the 18th century. There are two bars with log fires, atmosphere very welcoming and cosy. A large beer garden with panoramic views is available and Aunt Sally. 46 seater restaurant.
We are a traditional village pub tucked away in the village of Garsington.
A lovely stone fronted building dating back to 1801. It has original features, including a magnificent ships keel which supports the ceiling. There are two bars, both with log burning fires and cosy atmosphere. The lounge bar extends into a 46 seater restaurant serving superb home cooked food and a carvery on sundays. The smaller bar has a 50” TV screen with Sky sports and a darts board. The large beer garden offers panoramic views over the Oxfordshire countryside and an Aunt Sally Throw. During the summer months we have a large marquee to host events.
We are able to cater for weddings, funerals, christenings etc, our chef John creates a wonderful buffet.