The White Hart

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The White Hart, Wroughton

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Situated in the village of Wroughton close to the rolling plains of Wiltshire the White Hart is 2 miles form Swindon and 9 Miles from Avebury with the stunning market town of Marlborough 20 minutes drive away.We now offer 10 brand new contemporary bedrooms situated at the rear of our traditional thatched inn.Come and see for yourself why everyone is talking about us.

The White Hart lies in the heart of the village of Wroughton. Wroughton's leading inn offers the very best in food choice and quality plus Wadworth's iconic beers.We offer a traditional pub atmosphere with an open fire place. A function room is available for parties and can accommodate up to 50 people.

Our menu offers a great variety of well cooked seasonal dishes and a daily specials board.The White Hart with 10 en-suite bedrooms for overnight visitors or longer stays to enjoy our lovely surroundings has an ample sized car park. All in all if you like a traditional cosy English pub and the very best in bedroom comfort you will love the White Hart.

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From: £65.00

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