The White Horse of Easebourne

The White Horse of Easebourne

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Easebourne Street, Easebourne, Nr. Midhurst, GU29 0AL

Located just outside of Midhurst, The White Horse is a warm and welcoming inn that dates back to the 18th century. The pub has become a hub for the local community, but visitors to the area are always made welcome too. You’ll find a number of charming features, including a cosy log-burning fire to sit beside while enjoying a pint of local ale during the winter. The beautiful garden and courtyard area are often thriving during the summer – why not enjoy an al fresco meal as you soak up the sun? The chefs are passionate about using fresh, seasonal ingredients, and the menu is updated every month. Highlights of the main menu include the likes of the soy-glazed crispy pork belly starter paired with pickled red cabbage and fresh salad. Follow this with a hearty portion of beer-battered haddock and chips, or perhaps the Parma ham wrapped-chicken breast with boulangère potatoes and rich tomato sauce will tempt. With delicious food and attentive staff, this is the perfect place for work events or birthdays. The staff can cater for every event, with a marquee that seats 34 people available in the garden. The spacious main bar can be hired out, too. The White Horse is the perfect spot in which to unwind as you enjoy exceptional food in a relaxing setting. 


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