White Hart Inn

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Lower Maudlin Street,

(0117) 9268747

White Hart Inn Information

The White Hart Inn dates back to 1672, however parts of the building may have been present during medieval times. Here you can find not only the usual beers and wines but also spirits in both senses of the word - rumour has it that the White Hart Inn is haunted!

Venue Type
Opening Hours
Daily 11:00-23:00
Not Necessary on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat, Sun
Avg Food Spend
Under £10 per person
Food Info
Breakfast Menu
Drink Info
Beer from £2.45 per bottle
Wine from £7.45 per bottle
Live Ents
Karaoke held on the last Saturday of the month
Large Screen showing sports events, Games Machines, Newspapers, WiFi
Children welcome - until 19:00pm

Kids Menu
Outdoor Area
Patio seating area
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Disabled Facilities
Wheelchair Access, NO Disabled Toilets

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Reviewer pucklebird
I had a Jacket Potato with Tuna Mayo here today. It came with the obligatory (tasteless) iceburg leaves and a couple of dry slices of cucumber, hmm, boring but not a crime (although I would have preferred a couple of pieces of freshly sliced tomato). The barman (manager?) asked if everything was ok with the meal and I told him I thought the portion of Flora margarine served with a jacket potato was a horrid idea! "Well you're the first one to complain" was his response. I find that hard to believe, or is it just that others just left the yukky stuff under its foil. I had about a teaspoon of potato left when the guy appeared and put a portion of butter in front of me. I wish he'd asked me before I'd started if I prefer marg or butter! tbh I only went there as I was early for a hospital appointment but todays experience won't make me go out of my way to revisit.
Clean and tidy inside and out is a positive point.
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Reviewer Anonymous
The White Hart is beautiful, the staff are great. I had a meal here a while ago which was very nice but I drink here fairly reguarly and its got a really friendly real. Never seen a ghost though!
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