White Hart Hotel

A Hotel in Wiveliscombe, Somerset

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

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White Hart Hotel, Wiveliscombe

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Stop Press White Hart short listed as one of four finalists in the Publican Local Food Pub of the year awards 2008. The White Hart is a former coaching inn dating back some 350 years, standing in the old town of Wiveliscombe it offers the ideal base for both business and pleasure with its combination of traditional qualities and modern facilities.Located at the foot of the Brendon Hills and nearby Quantocks Wiveliscombe provides a gateway to Exmoor and is a perfect place if you love walking and the great outdoors. Close to both Taunton and Wellington it is an ideal location for the business traveller who wants something individual.Following major renovations it obtained a high scoring AA 4 star inn rating with the inspector commenting that The White Hart has been transformed and the high standards now offered are a credit to the new proprietor and chef.

Real Homemade Local FoodOver recent years the White Hart has grown a reputation for high quality home cooked food using locally sourced produce. This commitment has resulted in the White Hart being shortlisted as one of four national finalists in the 2008 Publican Food and Drink awards for local food pub of the year. On offer is the daily changing menu as well as the White Hart Pub Classics.

Real Local AleAles from Wiveliscombes two breweries Cotleigh and Exmoor are regularly on offer. In addition a variety of other regional and award winning guest ales are always available.Real Friendly ServiceA relaxed and friendly welcome awaits you to this still little discovered corner of Somerset. Ensuite RoomsThe White Hart offers 16 quality en-suite rooms which are competitively priced and offer a welcome alternative to the lodge accommodation.

Each room is individual in character whilst offering flat screen televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, telephones and double glazing.

4 star rating

From: £55.00

Average customer rating: customer rating out of 6

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  • Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
  • Cots available
  • Restaurant
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
  • Hairdryer in each room
  • Trouser press in each room
  • Iron And Board In Each Room
  • Limited Hours Room Service
  • Car Parking Available Offsite
  • Bar
  • [Channels] News
  • [Channels] Childrens

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