White Horse Hotel
Happy to announce we will be reopening on Thursday 10th December back to normal, serving food from 12pm-9pm everyday!
The substantial meal menu will be served from 12pm-10pm
We can't wait to welcome you back! There are exciting times ahead as we have a new Head chef joining our team who will be cooking exciting new and your favourite
Unfortunately, we do have to stick to tier two restrictions and have a new one way system in place!
If you would like to book a table please give us a ring on 01728 830694
The hotel is open as usual.
WHO WE ARE
THE WHITE HORSE HOTEL OFFERS EXCEPTIONAL HOSPITALITY IN THE HEART OF THE SUFFOLK COAST. CLOSE TO MAJOR BUSINESS CENTRES, TOURIST ATTRACTIONS AND WITH EASY ACCESS TO MAIN ROADS, ITS NEVER BEEN EASIER TO STAY IN COMFORT FOR BUSINESS OR LEISURE
WHAT WE OFFER
FROM A RELAXING WEEKEND GETAWAY, TO DINNER WITH FRIENDS, A NIGHT OF LIVE MUSIC TO FANTASTIC FAMILY DAYS IN THE GARDEN, WE CAN PROVIDE FUN FOR ALL NEEDS.
WHAT'S AROUND US
SURROUNDED BY HISTORIC LANDMARKS, BEAUTIFUL BEACHES, CHARACTERFUL COASTAL TOWNS AND NATURE RESERVES THE HOTEL SERVES AS A PERFECT BASE FOR SIGHT SEEING AND IDYLLIC HOLIDAYS
ACROSS THE ROAD......
Just minutes from Snape, Aldeburgh and RSPB Minsmere The Long Shop Museum offers fun for families, inspiring stories and feats of engineering, gorgeous designs and the Long Shop itself – a true icon of industrial revolution Britain. You can spend a super half-day visit here. Add to this one of the many other great local attractions, and make up a really lovely day out in Suffolk.
LONG SHOP MUSEUM
IN THE TOWN...
The Film Theatre, or Leiston Picture House as it was originally named, has traded continuously for 104 years, it's loved by the town and has a strong following locally. It fell into decline in the 70's and was saved from closure in 1976 by Leiston Town Council, who have since invested time and money in carefully updating the building and technical spec with Dolby Digital 7.1 Surround EX sound and Dolby 3D as well as a solid digital projection set up.
UP THE ROAD.....
In about 1363 the abbey was moved away from what was evidently a rather unhealthy location on swampy ground, and rebuilt on its present site. The old abbey was dismantled for building materials (though a fragment of it can still be seen) and as a result the 14th century abbey incorporates some Norman features.
Robert de Ufford, Earl of Suffolk, oversaw the rebuilding of the abbey on a much larger scale than the original and included several new chapels.
The outside walls were finished with fine chequerwork, while the windows had delicate Perpendicular-style tracery.