The Jazz Collective - featuring David Kirby on piano, Marianne Windham on double bass, Andrew Tyler on flute, Seb Guard on drums with vocalist Katie Crooks - will be performing live on the Terrace @ the White Horse, Hascombe, on Sunday 28th May from 5.00 pm.
Please call if you would like to book a table for late lunch or early dinner (last orders at 8.00 pm).
We hope to see you there!
The White Horse
The White Horse is an attractive 16th century pub in the village of Hascombe nestled in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, just 8 miles from Guildford and at the crossways of numerous footpaths, cycle routes and bridleways including the Greensand Way.
Originally a coaching inn, The White Horse retains its old world charm with timber beams aplenty, oak & brick floors and wood fires to warm you on cold winter days. The beer garden to the rear of the pub is a haven of tranquillity in the summer months while the front terrace, facing due west, is a lovely spot to enjoy the setting sun with fabulous views across fields of grazing sheep or cattle and the unspoilt hills beyond.
As a Free House, we offer an excellent and varied selection of beers & ales while our wine list provides a diverse range of both old & new world wines.
Guests at The White Horse have the option of enjoying a traditional pub “classics” menu in the Saloon Bar/Restaurant or a selection of seasonal dishes served in the relaxed atmosphere of the newly refurbished The Dining Room @ The White Horse with Head Chef Daniel Britten using the abundance of local produce to offer interesting and uncomplicated menus which are changed on a regular basis.
The White Horse front of house & kitchen teams look forward to providing you a warm welcome in a peaceful setting in the Surrey countryside, far away from the frantic pace of everyday life!