A beautiful little place with the most gorgeous home cooked food. The landlady and staff were very nice and more than happy to speak about its past in the Last of the Summer Wine. Definitely recommend!
Having a great time in West Yorkshire. We came for the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle and have enjoyed everything we have seen. One night we found the White Horse and stayed for supper. The Landlady gave us a very warm welcome and was very helpful. The food was of a good standard and was served with a smile. We stayed for...
As a massive fan of Last of the Summer wine, I made the trip to Holmfirth. Having visited Nora Batty's house,Sid's cafe , Compo's grave etc, I had to go to the famous White Horse pub at Jackson bridge , where many scenes were shot.. To my surprise , on a bank holiday weekend the pub was totally empty.
Used to go very regularly food was excellent, didn't go for a while due to serious illness, when we went back it was as if they'd never seen us, a smile would not go amiss.i don't put up with rude people and walk away!! Their loss plenty more places to eat.
Arrived after a long motorcycle trip, longing for beer and food. The room was Ok, not 'boutique' but clean and comfortable and not bad for £75.
Don't understand comment about not being friendly and just for locals- we had a good chat with staff and the local people enjoying the bar were friendly, said hello, and added to the atmosphere....
The meal was good value for money only thing that spoilt our visit was we wasn't made to feel welcome, definitely won't be returning, shame it's a lovely pub in a beautiful part of Homefirth, think it's more a pub for local people and not people that are outside visitors
Have had some very good pub meals recently in the White Horse in warm and comfortable surroundings. The beef and blue cheese pie is my favourite and the steaks and Sunday roasts are great value for money.Add a good selection of well kept ales and wines and you have the perfect village inn.
Went to the White Horse with some friends for a meal, the food was excellent, it is a lovely pub with fantastic service and a proper pub atmosphere. Two burning fires were very welcoming on a cold evening. Would definitely recommend.
This is the fourth or fifth time I have been here so know what to expect. The rooms are clean and comfortable (although the mirror above the sink could do with a move) and the food is good and reasonably priced.
We went there on a Saturday over Christmas in the evening and chatted to the owners, no tv to drown out conversation talking about The Last of The Summer Wine, then we had lunch there on Sunday, one of the best Sunday lunches we have ever had, we will make arrangements to stay there next time we visit Holmfirth.