The countryside is incredibly rural round the Chilterns and the Three Horseshoes is snuck deep into one corner of it. You get to it by aiming towards Radnage down successively narrower lanes.
The inn is small and quaint with snug rooms and challenging stairs. Evening trade is raucous and brisk (where do they all come from ?) and the food just kept up with the demands of the starving clientele to be fed. With just one waitress and one cook the service and cuisine was as good as anyone could expect.
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