Four HorseshoesThe Street
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A quintessential English country pub, set high on the hills overlooking north Hampshire, to east of Long Sutton village, with fine views of the surrounding countryside, both from the garden and conservatory. Formerly a Gale's tied house, the pub has been free of tie for many years and now offers two ever changing low-strength guest beers. The single bar is spacious, yet cosy, with two real fires, exuding traditional charm. There are pictures of old Odiham and a few old farm implements adorning the walls, with an extensive collections of key rings hanging from the ceiling The loyal regulars mingle cordially with generally more mature customers and a stream of passing cyclists and walkers. Food is simple English fare, with a popular roast on Sundays. Events include monthly quiz and jazz nights and the local vintage car enthusiasts often meet here. Note the pub does not open in the middle of week, though may do so if arranged in advance. If making a special visit, it is worth checking the pub will be open.