A haven for locals, families and those coming from further afield, The White Horse oozes character and charm. A cosy pub with beautiful rooms, featuring a fantastic bar with large, warm fireplace, vibrant and atmospheric dining areas scattered around nooks and crannies and a hidden courtyard that will guarantee you a memorable experience.
Considered one of England’s oldest coaching inns and believed to be where Dickens wrote his first novel, The Pickwick Papers, the beautiful Grade II-listed pub features charming oak beamed ceilings, a roaring fireplace, a cosy local bar, fabulous dining area, outside terrace and 56 characterful bedrooms.
Dig into a deliciously seasonal meal, washed down with a refreshing local brew and a comfy chill out in one of the many sumptuous seating areas in the bar and dining areas, the perfect treat for tired feet after a day’s hiking around local Box Hill. We love to meet your furry four-legged friends too and the treat jar is always stocked! Well behaved dogs are very welcome in our bar, courtyard and a number of our bedrooms. Please let us know if you are bringing your four legged friend along so we can reserve you a table within a dog friendly area. Our bar and hidden courtyard is dog-friendly, as are a number of our bedrooms.