Running Horse38 Bridge Street
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This unique Tudor timber-framed Grade II* listed building, which can trace its roots back to 1403, sits overlooking the River Mole. John Skelton (Poet Laureate to Henry VIII) wrote about Elinour Rumming brewing `Nappy Ale` here. Apparently Elizabeth I spent the night here. Cosy lounge bar has a real fire, low ceilings and exposed beams. Public bar has TV, pool and dartboard. Rear dining area has a patio. Home made meals use many local products. Courtyard seating area plus a large back garden. Quiz night Tuesday. Live bands play monthly, with a charity event on May Day. Children allowed until 9pm. Call in advance for disabled access. Local CAMRA Pub of the Year 2019 to 2022. Accredited for beer quality during 2022.