The White Horse, Hascombe
Muddy says: This 16th century village pub in Hascombe has its fair share of locals tumbling in for a pint but is also a foodie destination in its own right.
This lovely 16th century building is in the small, well-heeled village of Hascombe, a few miles south of Guildford. The pub has its fair share of locals tumbling in for a pint but it’s actually more of a foodie destination, offering a grown-up vibe in The Dining Room eating area and family dining in the Saloon Restaurant.
The pub has had a recent makeover and the result is a cosy, but stylish pub which makes the most of the period features. In fine weather, there’s a lovely outdoor area.
You’ll appreciate The White Horse best if you bed in for an afternoon or evening over three courses and a good bottle of wine.
The White Horse is at the crossways of numerous footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways including the Greensand Way, and dogs are allowed in the bar, so this is also a great pub in which to warm the cockles or quench a thirst after a country ramble.