The White Bear was built in the 15th and 16th century with a 1970’s rear extension. The building is old and costly to maintain. We are a grade II Listed Building, in the Green Belt and in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. These designations comprise a host of planning and other restrictions which prevent us from modernising, expanding or developing the pub.
The White Bear is renowned for its succulent fillet and other fine steaks served on hot skillets. There is also a daily specials board often with fresh fish on offer.
The interior of The White Bear is divided into a number of small rooms, each seating around twenty-five guests; in total the pub can seat around one hundred and sixty diners.
There are three open fireplaces, perfect for those cold winter evenings.
See if you can find the inscriptions carved into two of our wooden beams/posts by two workers from the 16th and 18th century.
There are a number of dedicated car parking spaces in the front car park for disabled parking. In addition to the steps, there is wheel chair access to the pub via a sloped section of pathway. There are always willing staff on hand to help.
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