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Latest Opening Times

Due to the latest Government Guidelines for Covid 19, we have reluctantly decided to make some alteration to our opening hours. In order to concentrate our full resources and to ensure the safety and comfort of our customers, we will restrict the hours and days as follows:

We will be CLOSED - Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

OPEN - Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday 12.00 noon until 10.00 pm.

Food Service Hours will be all day every day and are as follows:

Thursday - 12.00 - 9.00 pm - Last orders 8.30 pm
Friday - 12.00 - 9.00 pm - Last Orders 8.30 pm
Saturday - 12.00 - 9.00 - Last Orders 8.30 pm
Sunday - 12.00 - 8.00 - Last Orders 7.30 pm

A takeaway service for food and drink will also be provided during opening hours. Everything purchased as a takeaway will be of the same quality and standard as our excellent beers, lagers and restaurant food.

Rest assured we will be doing our utmost to deliver a good, safe service by concentrating all our endeavours and resources.

Please call for any further information on 01502 476601 or check our Facebook page for all up dates.

A warm welcome awaits you at the Three Horseshoes, North Cove.

Situated on the A146 between the fishing port of Lowestoft (5 miles) and the Market Town of Beccles (3 miles), the Three Horseshoes offers a vast array of refreshments and good traditional home cooked food in a Family run Pub. And it’s not just any pub, the Three Horseshoes is said to be one of the oldest remaining working pubs in the area dating back to 1497, and is seated in front of the splendid medieval parish church, St. Botolph.

With ample off-road parking and indoor and outdoor seating (including the new Beer Garden which is under development), this all year round country pub and restaurant is a great place to visit.

The Three Horseshoes is just a short walk from the River Waveney which spans the Suffolk and Norfolk Broads. Although you cannot reach the pub directly by water, the X2 bus route stops very close by, and cycle route 30 runs right passed the entrance. There are also several footpaths that are close enough to make a detour for a quick half whilst out rambling or bird watching!

North Cove is not short of local attractions either, so why not wind up your day out in our Family, Child and Dog Friendly pub? Relax in front of the Log Fire in the colder months, or take in the fresh air and views from our beautiful outdoor area.