The Black Prince sits in a prime spot on the bank of the River Glyme and enjoys wonderful views from its riverside garden – the perfect spot for al fresco dining in spring and summer. Venture inside and you’ll find the decor is as impressive as the surroundings, with two roaring log fires, exposed stone walls and a suit of armour. With a reputation for offering a great variety of real ales, The Black Prince regularly appears in publications such as CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.
The food menu lists a wide range of homemade classic British meals to choose from, including the chef’s daily changing specials board. For a lighter bite at lunchtime, the menu also includes a selection of freshly made sandwiches and toasties, in addition to a traditional roast dinner on Sunday from only £9.50.
The Black Prince is a great place to relax after enjoying one of the many countryside trails in the area, or taking in the stunning scenery on a walk around the lake at Blenheim Palace. Don’t forget to bring your dog along to say hello too, as furry friends are more than welcome. Well-behaved dogs have been known to receive a biscuit or two by the dog-lovers among the team.