"A very cosy, traditional two-room pub, and is warmed by a wood-burner and wood-fired range. Gravity dispensed beers from local brewers are served through a taproom door. A range of Fairtrade, organic and local Adnams spirits is also available, and bar snacks are served. Hot snacks heated using the wood fired range. Some excellent non alcoholic cocktails (mocktails) are also available. Live music twice monthly on Saturdays. There is a piano and various pub games are offered including bar billiards, darts, crib and board games. Horse & trap rides available in summer.


Residents at The White Horse, Sweffling - Kindly provided by Peter Wonnacott

1810 - Built by the Kerr Family (Brewed their own beer and owned several pubs)

1840s - Coroners inquests held at the pub

1844 Robert Cross (Whites Directory)

1869 William Mantle (Post Office Directory)

1874 Robert Elvin (pig dealer & victualler - Post Office Directory)

1891 Robert Elvin (Post Office Directory)

1901 Robert Elvin (Census - age 74!)

1911 George Steward (1911 census)

1925 Joshua Hansey (Post Office Directory)

January 1981 Robin & Susan Melvor (Created post office in the old stable 20th October 1981)