The White Horse Hotel Review
2 The Square
The White Horse Hotel Review – The 400-year-old White Horse Hotel was a traditional coaching inn in Storrington a rural village in the heart of West Sussex which is mentioned in the Domesday Book. Among the well-known people with a connection to Storrington and the White Horse are Sir Arnold Bax who was resident at the hotel in the 1940s and Hilaire Belloc who stayed in the village in 1906. We offer 13 bedrooms each with en suite bathroom equipped with power shower heated towel rail and hairdryer. Each room is also equipped with television and radio and the accommodation is perfect for both business travellers looking for a change from the usual chain hotel and for those visitors wanting a relaxed base for a leisure break. Family rooms are also offered for those with children.
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Hotel Star Rating
Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout;Car parking available onsite;Wi-Fi Available;TV;Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room;Hairdryer in each room;Iron And Board In Each Room;Telephone In Each Room;Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas;Wi-Fi Available In Rooms;Private dining services;Bar;Breakfast to go
2.2 miles from the A24. Nearest train stations are Pulborough and Amberley. Bus Services are Route 72 73 74 and 100.
Prices From £69.5 to £115.5