About

The White Horse is an old coaching inn that has been a pub in the village of Rogate since 16th Century. Located in the South Downs National Park, this old inn is a true gem. It has oak beams, flagstone floors, and a large log fire, making it a cosy and inviting place to spend a winter evening. In the summer, guests can enjoy the sunshine and fresh air on the outdoor terrace. The pub also has a beer garden, which is perfect for families with children. In addition to offering a selection of local and seasonal produce, the pub also has a delicious array of beers and ales to choose from. There is something for everyone at the White Horse, from traditional pub fare to more creative dishes. The White Horse also offers a number on comfortable and elegant en-suite rooms for those that want to spend a bit longer enjoying the hospitality and activities that the local area has to offer. The pub is pet-friendly, so no need to leave your furry friends at home. Whether you’re looking for a cosy place to spend a weekend or a lively atmosphere to enjoy a pint with friends, the White Horse is the perfect place for you.

The White Horse, Rogate

The White Horse, a historic 16th-century inn in Rogate within the South Downs National Park, exudes coziness with its oak beams, flagstone floors, and a roaring fireplace. Guests can enjoy the outdoor terrace and family-friendly beer garden, along with a selection of local produce and delightful beers and ales. It’s also pet-friendly for a warm and welcoming experience.

The White Horse, East Street, Rogate, GU31 5EA

01730830180

info@thewhitehorserogate.com

  • Dogs Welcome
  • hotel
  • parking
  • pub
  • wifi

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