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White Horse, Ditchling - pub details

Address: West Street, Ditchling, West Sussex, BN6 8TS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12936) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Hassocks (1.4 miles), Burgess Hill (2.4 miles), Plumpton (2.7 miles)

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Bull, Ditchling (0.1 miles), Greyhound, Keymer (0.7 miles), Thatched Inn, Hassocks (0.8 miles), Hassocks Hotel, Hassocks (1.3 miles), Friars Oak, Hassocks (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

 

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We entered through a bead curtain, to find a normal, presentable pub yesterday lunch time. There seemed to be a restaurant annex too, but which was closed.

There were five ales, and my Harvey's Sussex Best was decent enough. Prices weren't silly either.

We entered the rear garden by another bead curtain, where we ate an appetising lunch. There must have been one or more wasps nests nearby, and that perhaps explained the bead curtains. I didn't see anyone reading tarot cards anyway.

People seemed unconcerned by the wasps, commendably, but the loan, of pairs of bicycle clips at the bar would have been welcome, maybe.

I'd gladly come again, if near this quaint Sussex village.

All wasps can pssoff.
Hulots_hat - 15 Aug 2018 15:59
Dropped in for at lunchtime yesterday after visiting the the museum. Four of us sat in the garden on what was a glorious day. Service was very friendly and the food we ordered was very good with generous portions. The beer battered fish and chips were excellent. I had a pint of Harveys and to be honest it wasn't at it's best (I knew I should of had the Hopead!). But it was another pleasant visit to this pub. Interestingly, on our way back through the village, we noticed that The Bull, Ditchlings second pub which has always lived in the White Horses shadow, was much busier, so perhaps it has moved up a gear. Will pop in when we visit next.
Gramsci - 26 May 2017 09:51
Visited at the weekend when we were down in Ditchling doing the Artists Open Houses. Great beer, good wine, delicious vfm food, friendly service and we were treated to some very fine folk singing by the Morris troupe we followed into the bar.

Highly recommended.
workhard - 7 May 2013 14:13
Me and my husband have been to many pubs over the years on our travels and I can honestly say what a delight it was to stay at the White Horse. We were welcomed on arrival by a polite and helpful gentlemen (who later turned out to be the landlord himself), he showed us to our room which was lovely. Clean, tidy, comfortable and welcoming - lovely en-suite bathroom with a bath and shower! We then freshened up and decided to dine in the pub after a long journey. Greeted by a lovely younglady who was helpful, polite and made us feel right at home. We were told that the menu was new and when I asked what she recommended she suggested the steak and the pie. We ordered a bottle of Malbec and my husband enjoyed a pint of Harveys bitter. I ordered Scampi and my husband the steak - it was delicious and the portions were exceptional value for money. The service was excellent, the food was homemade. tasty and more importantly the atmosphere was lovely. My only downfall with this pub would be the mens toilets, my husband walked across a courtyard to go to the gents and promptly came back to use out B&B room facilities, he said they were like the dark ages! I would like to say a big thank you to the staff and landlord for a lovely stay and I would not hesitate to recommend this pub for B&B, food, service and a good bottle of vino!
Tinks44 - 12 Sep 2011 13:10
have not been in i played rugby for the village, completely changed for the better, pub was busy food wise, popped in for a quick jar. 6 ale pumps, 5 in use, inc dark star and harveys, and otter. ale superb will visit again.
tc_imbiber - 30 Jul 2011 09:26

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