The White Horse Inn, built in 1830, offers a warm and friendly atmosphere. It is recognisable as the pub from "The Last of The Summer Wine." All rooms ensuite, breakfast included.
The White Horse Inn is a warm, cosy, relaxing inn situated in the village of Jackson Bridge. It has 5 en-suite letting rooms all decorated to a high standard. The White Horse was made famous in the TV series of "The Last of The Summer Wine", where filming took place inside and outside making it the pub in the series. The White Horse Inn has good Yorkshire bloodstock and more shire than Shergar. The White Horse snuggles in the hollow of a mill beck. Famous TV locals of Last of the Summer Wine chums Compo, Foggy and Clegg. This homely inn could well have been stage struck, but unlike Nora Batty's Broom it is not short on ceremony, offering a warm welcome and friendly atmosphere.
The Inn has 5 en-suite letting rooms, rangeing from twin rooms to family rooms, with original features being brought back to their former glory, making them warm, comfortable and relaxing. In the newly referbished bar and lounge areas there are open log fires for those long cosy evenings to relax and unwind from that busy day.
For these long relaxing summer evenings, why not sit and enjoy the peace and quiet of the countryside and the sound of the river running alongside the large beer garden. We offer good quality homecooked food from a hearty breakfast, bar snacks, main meals to a traditional home cooked Sunday roast.
At The White Horse we offer a warm, cosy, comfortable and friendly atmosphere for all to relax and enjoy. With good food, traditional hand pulled cask ales and cosy fires to while away the winter months and a large beer garden to enjoy those peaceful summer evenings.
Check in time from 3pm; Check out time 10am; Breakfast served Monday - Friday 7am-8am, Saturday - Sunday 8am-9am. Food served lunch 12pm-2pm Monday to Saturday; Dinner 5.30pm-8.30pm Monday to Saturday; Sunday food served 12pm-4pm, no food Sunday evening.