The Horseshoes

NOW OPEN

You can book your table with us now either online or by calling us on 01332 824625. Please note that our phone lines are getting increasingly busy and should you have any trouble getting through or booking online, you can email amie@berkeleyinns.co.uk 

Garden rooms now available for a unique and safe al fresco dining experience. Booking essential. 

SEE YOU SOON!

The Horseshoes have received the 'We're Good to Go' certificate from the National Tourist Board of England. 

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The Horseshoes is a modern British pub, a place to eat, drink and unwind. Set in beautiful Derbyshire countryside, we serve seasonal food alongside a wide range of your favourite drinks in a relaxed and welcoming setting.  

We utilise mostly organic produce, sourced locally and supplement with the finest produce from around the UK and beyond. Our seafood is MSC certified from sustainable sources. We aim to provide for and understand most dietary requirements, including vegetarian and gluten free.

If you have any special dietary requirements, please bring this to our attention when making your reservation

With a reputed wine cellar and Gin menu extending to more than 68 varieties, local beers and ales flow from the pumps atop the oak clad bar.

To view our menus, click below These sample menus are for guidance only. We always use fresh produce and this results in regular updates to the menu.

A La carte Menu

Fixed Menu

Dessert Menu

Cheese Menu

Sunday Lunch Menu

VIEW THE HORSESHOES FESTIVE SEASON 2019

Restaurant reservations:

Wednesday – Saturday 12:00pm – 3:00pm / 6:00pm – 9:30pm

Sundays 12:00pm – 4:00pm 

 

Come and see this year out here at The Horseshoes, dining on delicious dishes whilst listening to a live Saxophonist.

The Horseshoes
Long Lane Ashbourne Derbyshire DE6 5BJ

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Information relating to Coronavirus.

We are very pleased to welcome you back to the City of Derby. Please remember to ‘Do the right thing for Derby’ and follow the latest government guidance.