at 8-9 Olde Church Road, Preston, PR5 6EP United Kingdom
This beautiful thatched roof pub is a grade II listed building and dates back to 1616 when it was a coaching house known as The Black Horse.
This beautiful thatched roof pub is a grade II listed building and dates back to 1616 when it was a coaching house known as The Black Horse. An unusual feature of the building is the set of four mounting steps at the front left side. Typically there are only three mounting steps found on most buildings. They were used to assist in mounting a horse but are seldom used nowadays! In addition to the usual range of draught and bottled beers you might expect to find, we also have a good range of cask ales.
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Apparently it's 22 degrees out here, but we don't know that for a fact. What we do know is, our Heineken beer is -1. Says it on the pump! Come and have a pint ... You know you want to!
Serving our unique Lancashire Menu until 8pm this evening...
⚽️🍻 we've got beer, fires, food and liverpool v Bolton tonight - fancy it? Yeah, thought so, see you soon then!