White Horse530 Bath Road
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Grade II listed and said to have been built in 1534 as a smoke house for curing meat, becoming a pub in 1601. With a low beamed ceiling, the main bar is split by the fireplace. The walls are decorated with assorted prints as well as other Bric-a-brac. A separate barn bar opens when busy or can be used for functions. The Hare family have run the pub since 1987. Close to the newly opened Terminal 5 and the end of one of the airport's runways, this pub is popular with locals, visitors staying in Heathrow's numerous hotels, local workers and plane spotters!