Black Horse Inn

Gloucestershire & Bristol - Cranham

A historic pub interior of regional importance

Listed Status: Not listed


OS ref: SO8959112953

Tel: (01452) 812217


Website http://blackhorseinncranham

Real ale & Cider: Real Ale and Real Cider

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17th-century pub almost hidden up a side road in the lower part of the village. It has two small rooms that have not changed in over 50 years. The Public Bar on the left has a red quarry-tiled floor, old dado panelling all around the walls with old benches attached. The bar counter was installed in the period 1950 to early 1960s as it is similar in style to ones installed in new pubs of that age and has a Formica top (bar-back shelves difficult to date but could be of similar age). The lounge on the right through a narrow door and down two steps has a bar back with an illuminated panel at the top and glass shelves that are of a style seen with c1960 refits and the counter could also date from the same time. There are two small rooms upstairs which have been brought into use as dining rooms - the first one has 'beauty board' dado panelling. The car park is situated further up the hill, past the pub.

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