Petworth Tips:

"For over 30 years the historic town of Petworth h...more

Featured Destination

October 2017: Starry Starry Night, Look You Dark Skies Tourism

What do the Brecon Beacons, NambiRand Reserve in Namibia, Mont Megantic in Quebec, and Aoraki Mackenzie in New Zealand have in common? At first glance ...More
More Uk destinations

Hotels in Petworth

White Horse Inn
The Street
Sutton

Petworth
Sussex

RH20 1PS | View map
Website

Write a review | read reviews
menu
update this listing
Book Now

Set in the village of Sutton, we offer good food and accommodation, with many local places to visit in this beautiful area of the Sussex countryside. In early March 2008 the inn ceased to trade and was consequently refurbished to a high standard. It was re-opened in July 2008 by the new owners.

Our contemporary food is full of flair and represents great value for money. We use local suppliers and where possible, local produce. Our menu changes regularly and is prepared by our experienced chef Nathan Green. We have a fine drinks selection too. Along with our well chosen wine list we always have three local real ales on tap.

There are five ensuite rooms equipped with good quality furniture, comfortable bedding and fluffy towels. Each is finished with a touch of style to make your stay that little bit special. We're an ideal location for lunches and dinners as well as being perfect for that special dinner followed by an overnight stay. We have a private car park with plenty of street parking available too.

More Information

Details

Nearest Train Station: Petworth
Click here to plan and book your train journey
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5

Price per Room:

Double: From 85
Single: From 75 - Single occupancy
Four Poster: From 100
For an instant Currency convertor Click here

Restaurant

Chef: Nathan Green

For menu click here

Travel Help

Local Car Hire
Book Train Tickets
Book a Taxi

Facilities

Parking
Credit Cards Accepted
Evening Meal Provided
Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
No Smoking Rooms
Open All Year
TV in Rooms

Sample Menu:


Starters

* soup of the day
* half pint/pint of shell on prawns with lemon, mayonnaise and bread.
* boursin cheese and sweet pepper filo parcel with apricot coulis
* duck, chicken liver and sultana terrine with red onion marmalade and brioche toast
* mixed sweet peppers, mozzarella and roquette in aubergine wrap with black olive tapenade
* thai salad with pan fried scallops, crispy nodles and fresh chilli sauce

Mains

* handmade pork and sage sausages (made here) with mash and caramelised shallot gravy

* warm chicken, avocado and chorizo salad with sun blush tomato dressing
* salad of mixed leaves, walnuts, strawberries & grilled goats cheese with balsamic dressing
* grilled fresh tuna steak on classic nicoise salad with citrus olive oil dressing
* morroccan lamb tagine with saffron rice
* pork tenderloin on smoked ham and sweetcorn cassoulet with dauphinoise potato
* monkfish in parma ham with griddled peppers, chorizo mash & cherry tomato sauce
* chargrilled T-bone steak, roasted tiger tomatoes, chestnut mushrooms with handcut chips
* marinated chicked breast on mixed peppers with red wine sauce and saute potatoes
* ravioli filled with spinach and ricotta cheese with red pepper sauce
* duck breast on pan fried pea & mint potato cake with baby carrots and rhubarb sauce


Desserts

* sticky toffee pudding , butterscotch sauce and ice cream
* blueberry ice cream on a crisp meringue
* mango and passion fruit iced parfait with lemongrass and kiwi coulis
* raspberry creme brulee with fresh berries
* white chocolate tower filled with pistachio ice cream
* liquorice ice cream, fennel biscuit and sambucca infused sauce
* chocolate cookie ice cream with chocolate sauce

This page viewed on 11,432 occasions since Oct 16th 2005

Brit Quote:
Milford Haven - the finest port of Christendom - Horatio Nelson
More Quotes

On this day:
The Houses of Parliament burn down - 1834, Jane Eyre Published - 1847, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Published - 1950, First Edition of Blue Peter - 1958
More dates from British history

click here to view all the British counties

County Pages