A Grade II listed thatched building dating back to the 14th century, The White Horse is a quintessentially British pub. With traditionally low ceilings and original oak beams, this cosy inn is an historic treasure. Offering a concise selection of stunning dishes, the main menu speaks of creativity and a passion for fresh produce. Entrées include sizzling garlic prawns with homemade bread, and wild game terrine with toasted brioche and homemade chutney. For a standout main course, try the herb-crusted lamb rump with spicy ratatouille and feta-stuffed tomato, or enjoy the sea bream ﬁllet with celeriac purée, chorizo, ratte potatoes and sautéed greens. With a regularly changing menu, two open ﬁres in the winter, four letting bedrooms and a lovingly tended beer garden in the summer, this inviting pub can be enjoyed all year round.