The White Hart

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

1 Gun Lane
MK16 9PE

The White Hart, Sherington

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This is how country pubs should be - open fires, a great atmosphere, an interesting range of beers, wine and somewhere comfortable to rest a weary head.

This old and well known hostelry stands in the oldest part of the pretty village of Sherington; the village stands on the gently rolling hills that overlook the Ouse Valley to the east of Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire. The white Hart has four individually designed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and provide the perfect base for a business or leisure stay.The rooms also have a TV/DVD player. Tea/Coffee making facilities and include a full English or Continental breakfast.

The accommodation is seperate from the Inn and is accessible via a few short steps across the courtyard. We offer great fresh cooked food in a relaxing setting, with all ingredients sourced locally wherever possible! We are ten minutes from junction 14 on the M1 and Milton Keynes, in the heart of Buckinghamshire countryside. Woburn, Castle Ashby, Towcester, Bedford and Silverstone are a few miles away.

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From: £90.00

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