The Four Horseshoes public house dates from the 16th century.
It is a timber-framed building with later brick cladding. The steep half-hipped roof is slated, and the upper walling has partly exposed arch braced framing.
This building is of particular importance to the character and appearance of the Conservation Area.
It terminates the long views along the tree-lined vista of Bramley Road.
Adjoining it is a long single-storey outbuilding, formerly a stable and coach house.
This adds to the setting and historic integrity of the public house as a former coaching inn.