Travel along the A606 between Stamford and Oakham and you will come to the village of Empingham. Here you will find the White Horse, an old limestone courthouse circa 1850, now serving as the local pub, restaurant, accommodation and conference centre in the heart of England’s smallest county, Rutland.

The White Horse has two bars, one of which is located within a large yet cosy dining room with easy chairs and a wood burner. The main bar, to which dogs are welcomed, has an open fire and serves three premium lagers including Amstel and Moretti, three draught real ales, Timothy Taylor’s, Rutland Bitter and Doombar and a regularly changing guest ale.

Ample car parking is available at the rear of the pub.