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Booked a night here as treat to two adult daughters - a chance for mum and daughters to have some quality time pre-Christmas. Beautiful hotel in wonderful location. Sadly there were niggly issues with all areas of our stay.
Firstly - lunch in brasserie. We...More
This majestic market town on the River Test the White Horse is a wonderful example of a Coaching Inn yet in the heart of the busy yet delightful Romsey. We always eat at the White Horse when in Romsey it is clean, the food good...More
Been here before and it's been excellent. Today, after a long walk, my husband and I were caught in the rain. What better than a lovely meal for two. I don't know if it's because staff clocked wet clothes and trainers - but our treatment...More
Met up with 2 girlfriends today for a birthday afternoon tea which was delicious & we had to ask for doggie bags as we couldn’t finish it all! Good selection of teas which were topped up, lovely fresh warm scones & delightful cakes. The staff...More
We celebrated our wedding here on Friday and it was everything we could have hoped for. The service, organisation and decorating was brilliant, the staff really looked after us and were helpful and patient in the planning stages and throughout. The event rooms, bedrooms and...More
Set in the heart of Romsey, The White Horse has been a Coaching Inn for over 600 years. A stay here is a time to unwind, savouring some of the finest food in Hampshire in our 2 AA Rosette Brasserie. Relax in one …Moreof the hotel's 31 individually designed bedrooms and suites and enjoy a drink or Afternoon Tea in the delightful Silks Bar or frescoed Tudor Lounge.The Brasserie opens onto its own courtyard, perfect for summer dining. Serving modern British classics under the direction of acclaimed Head Chef Chris Rock, The White Horse Brasserie has been highly recommended by The Sunday Telegraph scoring 9/10 by hotel guru Fiona Duncan, "The Set Menu is eye-popingly good value".Friday night is cocktail night. Choose from a delicious selection of classics with a twist and enjoy live music on the first Friday of every month in the bar. Whisky lovers can choose from a stunning array of over 70 malts and blends - one of the most extensive selections in the UK. Less
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