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The White Horse Inn (Nellies) is one of the oldest pubs in Beverley, dating back to 1666. Its nickname comes from Nellie Collinson, the landlady who resided here until 1976 when the pub was sold to Samuel Smiths Brewery. Walking into Nellies is like stepping back in time. There are labyrinths of stone corridors, lit up by gas lights, leading to a central bar which is well stocked with a variety of Sam Smiths ales.

There are lots of rooms (or snugs) dotted around the ground floor, some which have their own fireplaces and chandeliers. In these small individual rooms you can find lots of curios and paintings from Beverley's past. Upstairs is a large function room with comfortable chairs and a roaring log fire to while away the hours in front of.