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Your stomach and tastebuds will thank you for eating here.

The Old White Beare was originally built as an alehouse and farmhouse in 1533 on the Old Packhorse track running between Halifax and Leeds, and our award winning bar proudly continues this legacy.

This area northeast of South Boston has several 18th & 19th century plantation houses.

• Staunton River Battlefield A Thousand Years of History - Pre-European Native American artifacts from on site archaeological excavations housed in a restored Late Victorian rail depot, - a 20 room Colonial mansion with many original furnishings dating to early 19th century, - a Civil War battlefield, - a rails to trails hiking trail crossing the Staunton River, - a nature trail, - two welcome centers, - all located on 330 acres of rolling hills with the river running through • Staunton Scenic River Tour The name "Staunton" is said to originate from Captain Henry Staunton, a soldier of the Revolutionary War, who earlier was in command of a company of soldiers organized to patrol the river valley from the mountains to the mouth of the Dan to protect the early white settlers from the incursions of the Indians.

• Mountain Road - Halifax One of the largest and architecturally interesting Victorian historic districts in Southside Virginia. Nathaniel Greene's Retreat to the Dan and home of former Governor William M. • River Road River Road, SR 659, is the single most historic area in Halifax County.

In the decades preceding the Civil War, most of the wealth of the county was centered along River Road.

Edmunds Memorial Park It overlooks a pond on the rolling countryside of what was once the Edmunds' dairy farm: playground, picnic pavilions, disk golf, botanical gardens, Serenity Gardens, volleyball, fishing, horseshoes.

So come and experience the unbeatable hospitality, and value, at The Old White Beare and discover why we are still Halifax’s favourite place to drop anchor almost 500 years later.

We make everything fresh, including ice creams and desserts, using only fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Our talented kitchen team, headed by award winning, Michelin trained Head Chef Eddy Nuttall, serve up seasonal menu’s which include Eddy’s modern take on classic dishes, alongside what we are famous for, real homecooked Country Inn dishes produced to a very high standard, which creates menus which are both exciting and familiar, appealing to our dinners both locally and those who venture to us from the wider Leeds, Halifax & Huddersfield Area.

As such, seniors can travel free of charge on Tuesdays, from 10 a.m.

to p.m., and after 6 p.m., on conventional bus and ferry services, including Community Transit.