Ye Horns Inn

Goosnargh · European, British · $$$$
38 Reviews

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.

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Chef's Choice




Fan of Honeydew melon, fresh fruits, served with mixed berry coulis.


Duck liver and orange pate served with wholemeal toast.


Luxury prawns on a bed of iceberg lettuce, garnished and topped with Marie Rose sauce.



Tender beef and kidney in a traditional shortcrust pastry.


Prime Goosnargh chicken, roasted and served with stuffing and apple sauce.


Plaice fillet grilled, garnished and accompanied with our home-made tartare sauce


Steak Night Thursday - 2 x 8oz Rump Steaks

Includes Chips, Peas, Grilled Tomato and Mushrooms

Steak Night Thursday - 2 x 10oz Gammon Steaks

includes Chips, Peas, Grilled Tomato and Mushrooms

38 Reviews

David B.7 days ago · 1 review

Warm friendly it's was good price food very good enjoyed it well worth going would go again and maybe stay over as well easy to get to as well

Nicky K.a month ago · 3 reviews

Staff were lovely and the food was excellent! Would definitely recommend! Lovely country restaurant in a lovely setting. Field at the back for caravans to stay also.

Gilbert W.a month ago · 1 review

The Horns Inn has a special place in my life. I have eaten here many, many times including all of my landmark birthdays and my wedding reception since 1967. Can't beat the signature beef & vegetable soup and the steak & kidney pie - and now they have a micro-brewery too, brewing fabulous beer. I now live in Carlisle, but try to stop here whenever I'm passing Preston on the M6.

Phyllis B.3 months ago · 1 review

Olde World Inn. Food like grandma used to make. Fresh local ingredients. Steak & kidney pie, with real gravy. Scrumptious. My husbands sirloin steak almost covered his whole plate. Will certainly visit again.

Margaret H.9 months ago · 1 review

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!

Michael T.7 months ago · 1 review

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!

Christine B.a year ago · 1 review

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.

Cheryl W.4 months ago · 1 review

Not many good quality home cooked food places like this one. Authentic and good quality. My only minor moan is i would have just liked a bigger plate as the duck breast nearly filled the plate and it left no room to add vegetables as it was only a small dinner plate.

Michelle K.a year ago · 1 review

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.

shaun a.9 months ago · 1 review

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.

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