The Three Horseshoes Public House is a grade two (II) listed building in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6. It was first listed in 1976.
This is a description of a house that was once a pub (The Three Horseshoes) that is now just a house. It is from the C17 and C18 (17th and 18th centuries) and is made of limestone rubble. It has a stone slate roof and 5 bays. The central bay is slightly broken forward and has an arch and boarded doors. There is a recessed flush door to the right. The windows are from the late C19 and have 2, 3, or 4 lights. There is a light over the transom with small panes. There is a bracketed inn sign.
About The Three Horseshoes Public House
SU 19 SW CRICKLADE HIGH STREET (east side)
13/170 Nos. 85 and 86 (The Three Horseshoes P.H.) 26.8.76 GV II
Public house, now house (May 1985) C17 and C18. Colourwashed limestone rubble, stone slate roof. Two storeys, 5 bays with through carriageway in centre bay, slightly broken forward, with arch and boarded doors. Recessed flush door to right. Varied late C19 2:3:4-light windows with light over transom with small panes. Brick dentilled eaves. Two stacks flanking central entry, the one to the right on forward slope of roof. Bracketed inn sign.
Where is The Three Horseshoes Public House?
The Three Horseshoes Public House is located on 85 and 86, High Street, in Cricklade, Wiltshire, SN6.
|Grid Reference||SU 10127 93778|
|Easting, Northing||410126.513, 193778.17084|
|Latitude, Longitude||51.642715, -1.855056|
|Grade listing||II (two)|
|English Heritage List Entry Number||1023117|