Gastro Pub in Hertfordshire - The Three Horseshoes


Peach is a collection of really great pubs, mainly in market towns in the heart of England.  The Three Horseshoes is an idyllic country restaurant and gastro pub in the heart of the quiet rural village of Letchmore Heath, Hertfordshire. Our ethos is centered on excellent food, a well-stocked bar and service you’ll remember long after the last mouthful is eaten and the last drop is drunk.
A quick pint, table for dinner or an intimate gathering in our private dining room, we look forward to welcoming you into the beating heart of the village where you’ll find a warm, inviting atmosphere and friendly people in front of the bar and behind it.

Just minutes from the M1 and A41 and a few miles from the nearby towns of Radlett, Bushey and Watford, Letchmore Heath is a quiet Hertfordshire village full of charm and character.

Book your table now and we look forward to sharing our passion for great food and great drinks in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. 

We offer true hospitality to friends and strangers alike. As a quality gastropub, we serve great ingredients and fresh, honest food in relaxed, welcoming surroundings, always with a kind word and a sense of fun. Today we have a couple dozen pubs in lovely towns and villages, and an undimmed devotion to Making life Peachy. We have always been passionate about giving back and as we’ve developed and grown over the years, our ability and motivation to make the world a little better, a little peachier, has grown with us. The Bigger Peach shows our efforts to improve communities, equality in the workplace, and the future sustainability of our world. Our achievements were recognised in 2022, when we won Best Sustainable Pub Company at the Publican Awards, and we’re also three star accredited by the Sustainable Restaurant Association. 

Set in the heart of Hertfordshire, soak up the atmosphere and beautiful period features of the pub whilst enjoying a bite to eat, a cocktail, or a glass of award-winning wine from our drinks list. We serve food all day and children are welcome to enjoy smaller portions of any of our dishes. We take huge pride in serving the best ingredients we can find, from ethical producers, freshly prepared by our chefs. We’re dog friendly in our bar and outdoor areas, bring your furry friend and stop by soon. On our bar you’ll find a great range of spirits, beers and softs, so whether you pop in for a drink, a business lunch or a special dinner, we promise you a friendly welcome. 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Frazer Sutherland, Peach Pubs

Frazer always wanted to be in hospitality since ‘year dot’. Dabbling in domestic science at school only fuelled his passion and catering college sealed his fate. He loved working at The Summit in Sydney and cruising round the Caribbean. Back in London, he clubbed it at The Green Room, now Chinawhite, before moving to Harvey Nicks Fifth Floor. Heights must have suited Frazer because his next job was at The Oxo Tower, when the brasserie with the bird’s eye view of London was really flying. Frazer is committed to Making Life Peachy – for our guests, team, suppliers and planet. Find out more here. 

Sharon Concannon, Peach Pubs 

Introducing the wonderful Sharon. Born Galway, Ireland and bred in Hertfordshire at the age of 14, Sharon started working as a waitress in the beautiful Shendish Manor House in her home county, where her Dad was a Director. Coming from a family of caterers and being surrounded by keen foodies her whole life, Sharon says she didn’t actually choose catering – it chose her! Originally the dream was to be a vet, but after encouragement from Dad, as he could clearly see her potential, Sharon enrolled to study hospitality at college. After learning great leadership skills from her Dad and earning her stripes in the industry, it was time to move to London with The Gilbert Scott. Working in Marcus Waring’s new venture, under a female General Manager was a great inspiration to Sharon, learning that success doesn’t come without hard work. Keen to learn more about different food cultures, Sharon took a sabbatical in her early career, travelling to thirteen different countries in three months, with Vietnam standing out, mostly for overcoming her fears of trying weird and wonderful food. Next it was on to a couple of pub groups to gain experience in running a business and learning vitally that ‘the guest interests always come first,’ before we were lucky enough for Sharon to join us at Peach, as General Manager at The Old Mill in 2017, now, she’s at the helm of The Boathouse. She’s at The Three Horsehoes to help the team make it the best pub for miles around.

On her days off Sharon can be found catching up with friends and family, with a glass of wine, or two, well let’s just say when they all go out together they have more than a good time. The fun starts here!


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