The White Horse
This charming Grade II listed building has been welcoming visitors for over 600 years with its warm and inviting atmosphere. Historical patrons include literary greats Charles Dickens, Oliver Goldsmith and Tobias Smollett, who all took inspiration from The White Horse and featured the inn in their novels and epic poems.
Soak up the ambience of this cosy pub and relax next to the roaring ﬁre. Why not indulge yourself with a freshly ground Illy coffee paired with a Danish pastry, or perhaps the wholesome full English breakfast or eggs Benedict? The White Horse offers freshly cooked cuisine throughout the day, and takes great pride in sourcing produce locally. Whether you fancy a light bite or something heartier, you’re sure to ﬁnd a dish on the menu to tempt your tastebuds. The scrumptious Sunday carvery is a ﬁrm favourite thanks to its selection of succulent hand-carved meat and abundance of fresh vegetables, and there’s a Tiddler’s menu for children.
For those who enjoy a refreshing pint, this Cask Marque-accredited CAMRA pub has ﬁve real ales on tap, alongside real cider and ice-cold beer. In summertime, relax in the charming patio area with a chilled glass of Prosecco or wine from the extensive wine list while you watch the children enjoy the garden and bouncy castle. Why not head to the bespoke pétanque court to watch an entertaining but competitive game?
For fantastic food in a welcoming, family-friendly atmosphere there’s no better destination than The White Horse. Don’t forget to check out their website for more information.