About the Black Horse

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The Black Horse is a typical traditional English village pub and has been a pub since at least 1761 – the Grade II listed building is 16th century. It was built as an inn for William Miles, a retired soldier, and his wife Susanah and reputedly once owned by Lincoln College, University of Oxford.

At the Black Horse, you'll find open fires, exposed beams, real ales and the really friendly welcome that only an authentic village pub can offer.

Bar Open:
Mon 5-10pm
Tuesday 5pm-10pm
Wed-Fri 12-3pm & 5pm-10pm
Sat 12pm-10pm
Sun 12pm-10pm

Lunch served:
Wed-Sat 12pm-2.30pm
Sunday   12pm-4pm

Dinner served:
Tue-Sat 6.30pm-9.30pm

Bank Holidays: Kitchen also open on Sunday nights and Monday lunchtime

For an easy country walk of about 2 miles, starting at the Black Horse, why not try the Windrush Path Mosaic Trail – a nature trail with a difference where locally-crafted mosaics waymark the route, which leads to the River Thames and the Thames Path National Trail

Enjoy the peace and quiet of our large but secluded garden – an ideal place where the kids can play and mum and dad can relax.

For that special occasion, we're happy to cater for large parties by prior arrangement - please phone or email to discuss your requirements.

We pride ourselves on our friendly, professional service in relaxed surroundings and hope to welcome you soon.

We positively welcome your comments and suggestions about the Black Horse and this website. You can get in touch on our Contact Us page.

See plans of the Proposed Development of the Black Horse

Phone: 01865 300307 ● Email: info@theblackhorsestandlake.com