Eat, sleep & enjoy!

Artist impression of our new bar at The White Horse, Dorking.

A feast for the eyes and tastebuds!

It’s less than 2 weeks until we throw open the doors at The White Horse so we are busy getting the pub, bar and rooms ready for our guests to arrive.

Our winter menu is a feast for the eyes and taste buds – if you relish in enjoying delicious, freshly prepared seasonal food, then The White Horse in a must visit.

The crisp, frosty mornings. The glow of a winter sunrise. The joy of stepping into a warm pub and sitting by the log fire. It’s the season of warmth and it’s time for our new menu to celebrate the very best of all things winter. From delicious slow-cooked duck leg in blackberry sauce to succulent pan-fried stone bass with poached mussels, our new à la carte features responsibly sourced award-winning meat, fish and plant-based options that showcase the best of winter flavours.

Radiant rooms and sumptuous spaces

Whether you fancy popping in to rest your head after a busy business trip, are looking for somewhere to stay before heading to catch your flight to faraway shores, or are looking for a child and dog friendly pub with rooms that is a home from home, they look no further…

Every detail of your stay has carefully curated as part of our refurbishment of The White Horse in Dorking. The lighting, the furniture, the warmth that literally hits you, the open fireplaces, the exposed beams, the long and beautifully lit and inviting bar and as for the bedrooms! Dreamy colourways, shiny roll top freestanding baths, inviting soft and fluffy pillows, soft throws – everything is new, so so pretty and inviting.

Imagine this:

The car is packed, your four year old is being entertained by the I-Spy game you’ve just started, your spaniel has curled up in the back and your partner has just locked up. You’re ready for a few days away in Dorking, where you’ve got plans to take some lovely family snaps at the iconic Stepping Stones and while away the hours hunting for antiques and mooching round the independent shops in town. Your four legged friend is looking forward to his complimentary dog treat box when he arrives and your four year old is excited to crack open the children’s activity pack and start collecting passport stamps around the town. What happens next? Over to you to write your next chapter…