Our company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from repeat customers and referrals.
We would welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best service in the industry, whether you want a drink, food, entertainment or a comfortable room to stay in, The White Horse pub/Hotel in Cranbrook offers it all.
Mon - Sat: 11am - Midnight
Sun: 12pm - 11pm
The contemporary ‘L’
shaped bar at the White Horse pub/Hotel Cranbrook, has two distinctly different areas
– public side where people sit and have a drink and a relaxed informal dining area with the
ever-changing food menu, complimented by no less than 3 cask conditioned
ales and wines - all drinks are realistically priced and sold by the glass
Fresh ‘bean de cut’ coffee, Carpeted throughout, a highly polished and well displayed bar, lots of chrome
and warming colours throughout, sets the scene.
Regular weekend entertainment including Live Music and special entertainment evenings.
B&B/Hotel has a separate guest entrance and key, allowing late night entry into
the four spacious guest rooms.
The White Horse has disabled access to the bar and alarmed CCTV, which shows that customer
care is a high priority.
Car parking and patios to the front and rear,
complete the superb offer at the White Horse
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Cranbrook is an old market town that came
into prominence in the 15th century, when it became a centre of
the weaving industry. A number of old buildings date back to the
days of its greatest prosperity. Dominating the town is the Union
Mill, a three-storied windmill built in 1816, standing 72 ft.
high, it is the second highest in England. It is now in the care
of the Kent County Council and is kept in full working order with
all its equipment intact. And open to the public
parish church, St. Dunstan’s, dating from the 15th century,
is well worth a visit. It is known as ‘The Cathedral of
Cranbrook School was founded in 1574 and was granted a Royal
Charter by Queen Elizabeth I, who also laid the foundation stone
of School House, now the headmaster’s house.
Additionally, Cranbrook is a paradise for ramblers
– with lots of interesting trails!
Tenterden Railway is a major attraction, only 5 miles away.
We are near many other local attractions including Finchcocks Museum,
Bewl Water, Go Ape, Bedgebury Pinetum, Biddenden Vineyards,
Smallhythe Place, Kent and East Sussex Railway and Chapel Down
Winery to name a few.