Q&A

@ The Black Horse Pub & Stables Tea Room

Frequently Asked Question

The Black Horse Pub Opening Hours: (from Jan. 2020)

Monday: Open 5pm – 10.30pm (Drinks Only – no food today as the Chef needs a long siesta!)
Tuesday – Friday:  Open 12pm – 3pm,  and 5pm – 11pm.
(delicious food served 12pm-2pm & again from 6pm-9pm)
Saturday: Open All Day, 12pm – 11pm.
(amazing food served 12-3pm & 5.30-9pm)
and Sundays:  Open 12pm – 8pm,
(incredible food with ‘roast meal options’ served 12-6pm!)

The Stables Tea Room Opening Hours:
(for breakfast options, a quite delicious variety of home-made scones, cakes, light lunches and afternoon teas)

Monday: Closed
Tuesday –
Friday: 8.30am – 4pm
Saturday: –
8.30am – 2.30pm
Sundays: – Closed

We have ample safe car parking spaces at the back, so please come and join us!

Yes, we love dogs but in the bar areas and gardens only, but please keep them on a lead and supervised so as not to disturb other people who may not be quite so understanding!

Yes, we have our regular band ‘the Foxton Folk Club’ performing every 2nd Sunday of the month from 5pm – 7pm, so you can arrange to be entertained while having your late Sunday lunch if you like!

We also have regular guest performers, notably the lovable ‘Fingers’n’Fumbs’ with their special brand of entertainment and fun and other guests on designated nights. Best to check out our Upcoming Events for music and entertainment news.

We are lucky to have a wonderful garden where (weather permitting), we can serve all your drinks (not just beer!) and meals in delightful surroundings – one of the main features of our premises. Summer barbeques are popular, but if the British weather is not so good, we have a lovely conservatory dining area indoors overlooking the scenic gardens.

Well that depends where you’re starting from! We are just off the A6, about 3 miles north of Market Harborough, in Main Street, Foxton (sat nav: LE16 7RD) – just down from St Andrews Church. An ample car park at the back of the pub provides safe parking and easy access to the pub and Tea Room. We are also a short walk on the tow path from the popular tourist attraction of Foxton Locks. If you are enjoying a break on a narrowboat on the canal, then there are 48 hour visitor moorings either side of the ‘Black Horse Bridge’ in Foxton, and we are only 50 metres up the hill! (just saying!)