About Ye Horns Inn
Located in the charming village of Goosnargh in the heart of the Lancashire countryside, Ye Horns Inn is a traditional gastropub serving up classic British pub food and real ales. You’ll find Ye Horns Inn on Goosnargh’s Horns Lane, only a short drive away from the centre of Preston, attracting visitors to the area as well as being a favourite among the village’s locals. Book in advance to guarantee a table.
- Monday 18:30 - 21:00
- Tuesday 12:00 - 14:00, 18:30 - 21:00
- Wednesday 12:00 - 14:00, 18:30 - 21:00
- Thursday 12:00 - 14:00, 18:30 - 21:00
- Friday 12:00 - 14:00, 18:30 - 21:00
- Saturday 12:00 - 14:00, 18:30 - 21:00
- Sunday 12:00 - 20:00
Set in a lovely peaceful area this pub is delightful very quaint and oldy worldy !! Lovely home cooked food will visit again for sure
Not our first visit, but still of a high standard with sufficiently extensive menu, good food served by polite, pleasant staff. The location and the inn itself makes it worth a visit.
we had a great meal had the duckling and braised steak with chips,staff very friendly would recommend ye horns inn to anyone, will be back......
Great food, excellent service in a relaxing atmosphere. Really good real ales from the micro brewery. We will definitely be coming back and be bringing more people with us next time.
A beautiful 189th century country inn - loads of atmosphere and splendid but not pretentious cooking, I had locally shot pheasant, which was great, and I speak as one who was "sick of pheasant" during WWII - There were no game laws, Dad was a good shot....! My friend had the mince and potato pie, first class pastry (no soggy bottoms here) followed by what was essentially a lighter Christmas pudding tart All in all a great birthday treat. Finally, great beer, I solved my Christmas pressy probs for the blokes in my family in one neat order.I believe it comes from a local micro brewery. More power to its alcoholic elbow!
On a cold winter night a very warm welcome from the open fire and the staff. Not visited for a number of years but the Horns matched our expectations based on previous knowledge. Would be a comfortable spot for a short stay and a tour or walking of the area. Only missed on a 6 due to limited evening menu but food nicely presented and well cooked. The on site micro brewery produces excellent beer, especially the "Red", and house red merlot is very quaffable!
Ye Horns Inn is a traditional style pub/eatery. All the food we had was home made and very good. Service wad excellent. We plan to go again.
Friendly staff, good beer, good food and pleasant surroundings. Only criticism is that our meal, although delicious was a bit short on veg. Oh, and the service was a little slow. Overall a very good Sunday lunch and at £17.50 for 4 courses including coffee very good value. Will definitely go back.
3 of us visited on a saturday evening olde worlde . very pleasant. staff friendly and efficient. good choice of ales and wines. had a cheese and pineapple starter which was delicious followed by pheasant with all accompaniments. All in all a pleasant and relaxing visit.
Good value,nice atmosphere,friendy staff and excellent food and drink definitely be back again. The setting is really nice and on the day we went there was a beer festival too. Also a good touring and camp site.
Great place it's what I would call a really lovely country pub with all the twee trimmings. Very friendly staff and a great atmosphere. The food and beers were excellent. I'll be going back and believe me you won't be disappointed either.
Small country pub with excell OKent food Have been back a few times since would also like to recommend it. they do takeaway puddings too. You will understand why once you have tried them
A great place to eat. Excellent food using local produce. The Goosenargh duck melted in your mouth. Excellent service. The staff were efficient pleasant and friendly. We shall certainly come again.
Great meal and ambience. Service excellent and we received a very warm welcome. Can always relay on high quality "home cooking". Australian guest fascinated by ability to sit behind the bar
Wonderful Old Inn. Set on the fringe of the Trough of Boland and the Ribble valley Offering excellent Food, a warm welcome and an experience not to miss
Great meal as always plenty of choice on menu with a brilliant black pudding starter and well cooked steaks overall a nice meal to celebrate a birthday.
Just like every time go it was top class second to none. Every body is so friendly and bend over backward to help.Recomend to anyone. Ted
It was great. Lovely friendly interestingg people. Great tasting unusual beer. Brilliant menu. I would recommend to everyone. We had a really enjoyable evening,. Bill Teather
A great country pub with an excellent menu, excellent food, excellent beer and excellent service. It's a warm and welcoming place and we'll be back.
Excellent food, excellent service and all with the charm of a country pub! A good selection of real ales to choose from - Highly recommended!
Quite busy so meal start a little delayed but great meal and charming quiet room to eat in. If car park appears full people park down the centre of it.
The food was excellent and the service was superb The restaurant has a lovely homely atmosphere which makes the dining experience extra special Thank you
Good basic food, well cooked and presented. Staff very pleasant and attentive, although we did wait quite a while for the food to be served. Would certainly go again.
Good atmosphere, very homely with the log burner at the bar, good food with a good choice on the menu, good value for money on the Mother's Day menu, very polite staff too
Good atmosphere of an old fashioned English pub and restaurant, authentic food and friendly staff. A break from all the fashionable, modern, excessive attention to dish presentation.... and their beer is fab.
The staff were excellent and couldn't do enough for us. This is a small restaurant with friendly atmosphere. The food was delicious and reasonably priced.