The White Horse, at Graffham, is a unique combination of an excellent restaurant and superb B&B accommodation. Located on the edge of Graffham village, at the foot of the South Downs National Park, the rooms at The White Horse all open out onto the courtyard, and have their own private access.
What makes a stay at White Horse Graffham unique?
The White Horse Graffham dates back to the early 1900s, when it was a popular local inn. Nowadays, it has lost none of its charms, and its award-winning team welcomes B&B guests and diners.
Both the restaurant and the guest rooms have exceptional views out over the South Downs National Park, and the entire place is surrounded by open fields and quiet roads.
What style cuisine is on offer at White Horse Graffham?
Chef and co-owner, Ryan Coller, leads the charming pub and restaurant, and offers exciting menus that use the very best, fresh locally-sourced ingredients.
What is the signature dish at White Horse Graffham?
Sunday Roasts at the White Horse Graffham are legendary, and should definitely be booked. The 21 day dry aged roast sirloin of beef and the roast leg of South Downs lamb are real highlights. Booking is highly recommended.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at White Horse Graffham?
There are 6 double rooms at The White Horse Graffham, and all are ensuite. Twins rooms can be made available on request. Each room has its own private entrance.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Petworth area?
The delightful market towns of Arundel, Petworth and Midhurst are all close by, and well worth exploring, with their historic houses, farmers' markets and boutique shopping. Goodwood, which hosts horse racing, the Festival of Speed and Revival, is just 7 miles away, and Cowdray, for polo, is just a stone's throw away.
The restaurant is also an official Tesla Destination Charging station, and guests and visitors can recharge their electric vehicles and Tesla cars there.