With its old oak beams, open log fires and inviting lounge with nooks for quiet conversation, there is a positively Dickensian flavour about this beautiful old coaching inn. In fact, Charles Dickens was a visitor and did some of his writing here. Some of the bedrooms at the white horse feature four-posters beds and are as welcoming as the restaurant with its traditional menu. Rustic charm of the "coach house" restaurant starts with a selections of breads and speciality butters. The larder menu offers extensive choice from light meals to full 3 course meals.