A Buckinghamshire country pub loved by film stars and families
Frequented since the 1930s by film stars working at nearby Pinewood Studios, this historic pub is popular with Hollywood royalty and locals alike.
But glamorous guests aren’t the Black Horse’s only claim to fame. In 2012, their ‘double-gallows’ inn sign (a style unique to Hall & Woodhouse) won the Inn-Sign Society’s ‘Inn Sign of the Year’. The hand-painted pictorial features Sid James in “Carry on Dick”, filmed at Pinewood. With its broad terrace and traditional cosy interior, it’s the perfect spot for all seasons and occasions.
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