The Black Horse is a two storey detached property of rendered elevations beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. The accommodation briefly comprises the central main
bar which services all areas and has a tiled flooring border, a mixture of booths and loose seating, a cast iron log burner to the left hand side set within an original
exposed stone fire place. To the right hand side of the pub there is further room with loose furnishings and pool table area.
The pub also benefits from a commercial kitchen and beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation is located over the first floor and briefly comprises: Three good sized bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom.
To the exterior, the pub benefits from a car park to the side and rear, providing parking for approximately 10 cars and a rear yard providing an outdoor drinking area. The overall site area is approximately 0.213 acres.
The Black Horse is located on Hall Street in the Welsh village
of Penycae. Penycae is a quaint, traditional Welsh village with
a population of 3,389 (as at the 2011 census) and is part of
the Wrexham County Borough. The surrounding area is largely
residential and the village adjoins the larger village of