A quality local for the whole community
The Black Horse is the perfect example of a friendly, traditional, English pub at the very heart of its local community. Serving great food, including regularly changing specials, as well our award-winning Badger beers, our hospitality is second to none.
Used by stars working at the nearby Pinewood Film Studios since the 1930s, including actors from the Carry On and James Bond films, The Black Horse’s name refers to the overnight ride from London to York made by Dick Turpin, on his horse Black Bess in 1737.
Indeed, the Inn sign combines the two themes, showing Sid James in Carry On Dick (filmed in 1974) in the woods around Iver Heath riding Black Bess and in 2012 it won the Inn-Sign Society’s ‘Inn-Sign’ of the year, where Sid James’s widow attended the awards ceremony.
Popular with locals and dog walkers (we’re dog friendly after all) and with a large garden, excellent for enjoying those long, hot summer days, combined with roaring log fires, oak beams and traditional interiors for the darker and colder winters, make it a pub for all seasons and occasions.
"A man on a horse is spiritually as well as physically bigger than a man on foot.”
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