We enjoyed a fabulous dinner in this friendly village pub on a recent Friday night. Food, drink, service & ambience were all perfect. Highly recommended.
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Booked for family evening meal but as there was only one barman on duty who was busy we stood around a bit until eventually someone else took us to our table. Decor not fantastic and menu rather limited because "we only put on what we...More
Well worth a visit if you're in the area. Local attractions include Angelsey Abbey and of course Cambridge itself.
A delicious lunchtime out with the family, food lovely and staff very attentive, just the lack of lager that ruined it for me.
We had a wine tasting tour at nearby Chilford Hall Vineyard as a Christmas present and decided to stay overnight the night before to make it a mini break. The Black Horse Inn was lovely. The bar is very well kept and the staff so...More
A good village pub with a warm welcome and comfortable rooms. A good choice of proper pub grub, beers & great staff.
Great food can recomend the chickpea burger it was lovely. staff were very helpful and service was quick. rooms would benefit from sfter pillows but aprt from that they were clean and had what you needed for a stay. We would highly recomend a stay...More
Comes on a platter - two meats on the platter with roast potato, parsnips, huge Yorkshires, big bowl of veg plus cauliflower cheese - lovely meal and plenty of it. Variety of desserts, our group had 5 different desserts and all loved them with clean...More
Had lunch with a friend yesterday and very impressed by the Black Horse. A good bar menu and well kept beer - delicious! Do check the 'special deals' - we were there on a Monday and burgers were 2 for 1. What burgers they were...More
My wife and I went to this pub/restaurant and found the food to be very poor. We ordered Chilli and Rice and Pie and Mash. The Chilli and Rice came in a pool of water. It looked like they used boil in the bag rice...More