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White Horse

GENERAL INFORMATION

TennantChris Sergent.
Address

Shaston Road, Stourpaine, Blandford Forum, Dorset  DT11 8TA

Contact UsTel. 01258 453535
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TypePubs in Stourpaine, Blandford Forum.
Pub Explorer Reference10326.
Pub Opening TimesMonday - Thursday 12noon - 3pm & 6pm - 11pm.
Friday 12noon - 3pm & 6pm - 12mn.
Saturday & Sunday 12noon - 12mn.

HAVE A FUNCTION WITH US

Functions

We can cater for occasions such as weddings, funeral teas etc. We can provide a 3 course sit down meal for up to 30 people. Please ring to discuss your requirements.

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DINING AT OUR PUB

Homemade Traditional English Fayre all freshly prepared & cooked to order, served from our Bar menu, Snack menu, Restaurant menu & regular changing Specials menu. Chris Sargent the publican has a long running history as a trained chef & uses his experiences to create all our dishes.

Table ServiceWe have full table service in our dining area.
Meal TimesDaily 12noon - 2pm & 6pm - 9pm.

GENERAL FACILITIES

OUTDOOR FACILITIESDecked Area at the back of the pub with covered area and a seating area at the front of the pub with heated umbrellas, Car Parking.
GENERAL FACILITIES Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilet.
SMOKING SOLUTION

We have a smoking area with heating and lighting.

OTHERWell Behaved Children Welcome until 9pm, Dogs Welcome in the bar & on the decking, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, ATM Machine, Cash Back available, Debit and Credit Cards accepted.
White Horse, Stourpaine

The White Horse is a traditional village pub located on the A350 road in Stourpaine near Blandford Forum. Local attractions include the Hod Hill Roman Fort and trail, with the River Stour nearby. Dating back to the early 18th Century this attractive pub was originally two buildings knocked into one. Today the inside is open plan with a horseshoe shaped bar, restaurant and relaxed area (with a pool table). There have been numerous improvements over the years but the pub has retained a traditional style with an inglenook fireplace, two wood burning stoves, exposed brickwork and dark wood. Some time ago, a guest at a fancy dress party left his military hat. Chris fastened it to the wall as a memento. Following this many former members of the armed forces, having seen the hat, have brought theirs in too. The wall is now home to more than 150 hats! Come and enjoy the lovely ambiance of the White Horse Inn soon.