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Black Horse

29 Main Street
NG14 7ED

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Opening Times


TuesdayNoon - 2.30 pm
5.30 pm - 11.30 pm
WednesdayNoon - 2.30 pm
5.30 pm - 11.30 pm
ThursdayNoon - 2.30 pm
5.30 pm - 11.30 pm
FridayNoon - 2.30 pm
5.30 pm - 11.30 pm
SaturdayNoon - 2.30 pm
5.30 pm - 11.30 pm
SundayNoon - 5.00 pm

Meal Times

Mon No Service
Tue - Fri 11.45am - 1.45pm, 6pm - 8.30pm
Sat 11.45am - 1.45pm
Sun No Service



About the Pub

Home of the Caythorpe brewery, which is housed to the rear of the pub. Family-owned free house, with a good reputation for the home produced food. Low exposed beams and a slightly rustic feel are a feature of this traditional village local. There are two smaller rooms with log burners and a separate area for diners. Note that children are not welcome and credit cards are not accepted.

Historic Interest

Asset of Community Value registered 7th January 2016 and nominated by the Nottingham Branch of CAMRA. The Black Horse has an interior rated by CAMRA as being of Regional Importance. Early 18th century cottage pub, end-on to the road. A very traditional pub with some modernisation, but retaining its essential layout of two rooms. A modern lobby was recently added to the front; to the right is the main bar with lapped timber counter and benches at least 40 years old, but a new brick fireplace; on the left, a small snug with no counter, just a small part of the bar back to place the poured drinks on, wall bench seating at least 40/50 years old, and a crude brick fireplace. The two rooms used to have separate entrances before the lobby was built. Outside gents and ladies toilets.( In 1855, the Black Horse was fully licensed under F. Ekings and in 1876 the publican was Frederick Swinscoe (Post Office Directories). Reputed to have been a hideaway of highwayman Dick Turpin. A small cupboard-like room was allegedly his hiding place, with exits to both bars and an external window for a quick getaway! (Ottewell 1990). [Newark & Sherwood District Council; Dover Beck Ward / Newark Parliamentary Constituency]

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  • DisabledAccess Disabled Access
  • LunchtimeMeals Lunchtime Meals
  • EveningMeals Evening Meals
  • Garden Garden
  • Parking Parking
  • DogFriendly Dog Friendly
  • Camping Camping Nearby 1000m
  • Games Traditional Pub Games

    Darts, dominoes, shove shilling.

  • Newspapers Newspapers
  • Restaurant Restaurant Area

    Separate dining area.

  • SeparateBar Separate Bar
  • Smoking Smoking Area
  • WiFi Wifi

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Black Horse

29 Main Street
NG14 7ED

Sat Nav Reference

53.002539, -0.974981


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Nearby Bus Routes (50m)

Sharpes: 300 (irregular service)

Closest Station (1600m)


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Black Horse - Caythorpe

Black Horse

29 Main Street
NG14 7ED

Pub Features

  • Real Ale Available
  • LocAle Accredited
  • Quiet Pub
  • Historic Pub Interior
  • Disabled Access
  • Lunchtime Meals
  • Evening Meals
  • Garden
  • Parking
  • Dog Friendly
  • Camping Nearby
  • Traditional Pub Games
  • Newspapers
  • Restaurant Area
  • Separate Bar
  • Smoking Area
  • Wifi
  • Close to Bus Routes

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