White HorseMarsh Way
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The White Horse has the appearance of the quintessential 'olde worlde' village pub, with its black and white timbered structure, thatched roof, leaded window panes, and honeysuckle-framed porch. Inside however, its former three separate bars bisected by a corridor have long been converted to a single barn-like drinking and dining area, with an emphasis on the latter. Despite this, drinkers are welcome; after all, this is the pub nearest to the local beauty spot, White Horse Hill, and the area around the bar will accommodate a number of thirsty wayfarers, both seating and standing. The roaring log fire is especially appreciated during the winter, while for the benefit of summer visitors, there is a pleasant beer garden hidden away out the back, also a grassy area just big enough for a couple of tables out front overlooking the village street.