Known as a pub for people with great taste, The Black Horse is perfectly equipped to accommodate all your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion or season.
Step into this family orientated pub, bar, and restaurant and you’ll be able to enjoy a great selection of dishes, real ales, wines, and lagers, as well as stunning river views.
Overlooking the idyllic Grand Union Canal, The Black Horse also boasts a lovely decked dining area that’s ideal for a spot of al fresco dining on a hot, summer’s day.
We are also a child friendly establishment, so please feel free to bring your little ones along – they’ll love tucking into our dedicated children’s menu so you can rest assured that you’ll have absolutely no problem getting them to clear their plates!
Located in the village of Great Linford, The Black Horse sits between Wolverton and Newport Pagnell in the northern part of Milton Keynes.
The area is well served by a host of public transport links and is easily accessible by road and on foot. If you’re travelling by train, the closest station is Wolverton Rail Station, which is just a six minute drive away.
Situated at the heart of the historic village of Great Linford, The Black Horse is perfectly positioned for long walks, and exciting days out for all the family.
Linford Manor Park is full of attractions! At the heart of the Park, you’ll find Linford Manor, full of 18th century charm, as well as the Water Gardens, Almshouses, St Andrew’s Church, and a Quarry. Once you’ve finished exploring, head to The Black Horse for a refreshing drink, a quick bite eat, or a delicious Sunday roast.
Just down the road in Milton Keynes, you’ll find plenty of things to keep you occupied. If you’re looking for a little retail therapy, the city centre features a number of all-encompassing shopping malls with over 400 shops – including high street stores, independent boutiques, and farmer’s markets.
For a dose of culture, Milton Keynes Theatre is the most successful theatre outside of London’s West End, the MK Gallery offers free exhibitions of international contemporary art, whilst The Stables, Milton Keynes’ leading live music venue caters to a diverse range of musical genres.