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Black Horse
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The Black Horse Foxton is situated in the picturesque village of Foxton in Leicestershire. Just off the A6 about 3 miles out of Market Harborough.

We are a short walk on the tow path from the popular tourist attraction of Foxton Locks. If you are out and about visiting the Locks call and enjoy our large well kept garden areas.

Our chef Stefan uses fresh ingredients to produce fabulous meals that you can enjoy outdoors on the patio area or in our conservatory restaurant where you can still take in the extensive views of the countryside.

If you are enjoying a break on a narrow boat, then there are 48hour visitor moorings either side of the Black Horse bridge in Foxton, we are only 50 metres up the hill.

Out for a stroll with your dog? We are happy to welcome customers with well behaved dogs both in the garden area and also in the front bar.

We offer a wide range of honest home cooked food and a good selection of real ales. We offer a warm and friendly welcome to locals and newcomers alike.

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