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The Black Horse, Chorley - pub details

Address: Long Lane, Limbrick, Chorley, Lancashire, PR6 9EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38251) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Chorley (1.3 miles), Adlington - Lancashire (2.2 miles), Euxton Balshaw Lane (3.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 4 users)
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Never had a problem with the service or food here, both have always been very good. Had a good meal and a good pint of Abbeydale Moonshine on a recent visit. Another beer festival apparently soon- should be good.
Carlurmston - 7 Apr 2010 17:28
We went to the Black Horse yesterday lunchtime and were exceedingly disappointed with the service. In fact I was very angry. We ord ered our drinks and food at 12.30 and were still waiting to be served at 2.00. All food ordered was what I call 'fast food' baguettes and salad and chips. We sat waiting for the food to arrive until 1.30.Then I asked when we could expect to be served. The landlady said that he was plating up at that moment. I returned to our table. No food arrived. Quarter of an hour later I asked her again and she said he was putting the baguettes in the oven. What happened to 'plating up' 15 minutes earlier? When it eventually arrived, it was without chips, which we had specifically asked for. Instead we were given pieces of potato which had been fried. We will never go to this pub again. Absolute rubbish service.
fredaglad - 19 Feb 2010 12:11
Have been going to this pub for some years, but recently has been closed, we decided to revisit after hearing it had re opened in the summer for a drink, on entering we went to the bar and was asked if we had booked, after stating we had just come in for a drink we where made to feel very unwelcome so went and drank outside on the veranda, will not be going back. A bit of advice to the manager, welcome all your patrons, you might need us one day!
carlsberg - 2 Jan 2010 23:15
Very attractive stone pub in this hamlet just south of Chorley. It's modernised inside but still retains part-partitions to give the feel of different drinking areas. A pool table and quiet TV are situated unobtrusively at the back. There's a lot of emphasis on food, but this isn't a gastropub, it's cheap and cheerful pub grub and you don't feel at all out of place popping in for a drink like you can in some places. Always different beers on, from both microbreweries and the big boys. Recently there have been beers from Tirril, Holt, Copper Dragon, Fullers and Black Sheep, invariably well kept. At the back there is a riverside setting with good potential, although this has yet to be realised. I understand a beer festival will soon be taking place here. Handily located near to Rivington for walks and always worth a visit.
Carlurmston - 17 Aug 2009 13:41
Reopened a few months ago,had a great beer festival in a marquee at the rear of the pub.
Always some decent cask ale on offer,well worth a visit.
G7SYY - 15 Aug 2009 00:35

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