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Blackwood Arms
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Address: Common Lane, Littleworth Common, Burnham, Buckinghamshire, SL1 8PP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21107) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Bourne End (2.9 miles), Beaconsfield (3.3 miles), Burnham (3.3 miles)

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Royal Standard, Wooburn Common (1.0 miles), Royal Oak, Farnham Common (1.5 miles), Feathers, Burnham (1.5 miles), Stag, Burnham Beeches (1.6 miles), Stag and Hounds, Farnham Common (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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The Blackwood Arms is a delightful pub in a totally rural setting on the edge of Burnham Beeches, probably not easy to find in the dark if you are unfamiliar with the single track and windy roads. It is none the worse for that! We sat inside, but on a day when you could well be in the fine garden at the back- note you step right into the road as you leave the front door. The pub’s website speaks for itself on food (I recommend the fish and chips), and the choice of beers was adequate.

The service of food was friendly if leisurely, particularly the desserts, but I emphasize that the crumble and custard was well worth waiting for.

There is a public car park across from the pub, but even on Tuesday midday this was full with walkers’ cars, and thus parking maybe a problem at weekends on this narrow road.

Finally, for connoisseurs of aberrant apostrophes, the menu is a collector’s item, a treasure trove; terrific value, as nearly every plural has one. However, I did see that the door saying “Gents Room” lacked one, when being possessive, it should.

Recommended, and will happily go again.
pubsampler - 17 Oct 2018 07:19
Indeed they did and alongside the usual Brakspears and Wychwood Ales on the pumps in the bar we were able to enjoy Crouch Vale Brewers gold extra, Blue Monkey Sanctuary and Elgoods Golden Newt from the barrels on silage out back. And surprise of surprise the weather was good as well..
It’s great to have the Blackwood Arms back and functioning as a solid real ale pub. It may not be back to its former glory in the dark days of the keg domination in the early 80’s when I used to have the misfortune of having to work near Slough, but I’d settle for this rather than having a closed pub and another private house. It’s unrealistic to dream of the days in the 80’s when it got in the Guinness Book of records for dispensing over 1000 different ales in a year, but along with the nearby Jolly Woodman and Royal Standard this still makes a wonderful beer stroll through the country lanes.
And as the Woodman is criminally not on this site I have loaded the crawl onto Pubs Galore for others to enjoy.

Gann - 29 Apr 2013 16:00
There having a beer Festival 20 / 23rd April in Celebration of St Georges day.
arnett251 - 13 Feb 2012 18:48
Lovely area, pub is small . Stopped by for a meal however resembled a playing field with kids everywhere. Went elsewhere. Shame.
DMKING - 2 Dec 2011 13:35
The Blackwood Arms has loads of character and has a great choice of Ales and Cider,the Ham and Burgers were excellent,the staff are also very hard working, the drive was well worth it and we cannot wait to return.
stornaway - 20 Nov 2011 19:22

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