Here at the White Hart Inn we offer you everything the proper English pub is (or should be) known for.
Obviously, we have a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. However, we’ve gone one better as we also offer our very own beers which are brewed on the premises at the Saviour Brewery (and not available elsewhere). If you’d like to be introduced to Boozer, Gold and Tipple, click here: or better still, pop in and sample them for yourself. These are available at only £2 a pint when you join our Beer Club, Saviour Pennies.
Then there’s the food. Gourmet, fusion and nouvelle cuisine all have their place, but their place is not here. What we do offer, every day, are top-notch, traditional, home-made dishes. If steaming pies, spicy curries, fresh fish and classic Sunday roasts are what you’re after then you have come to the right place.
We also offer accommodation with singles, doubles and family rooms available. Prices start from £70 per night including a patisserie breakfast the next day.
The White Hart has a beautiful garden and there’s plenty of car parking. We’re about half way between Newbury and Hungerford so there are plenty of things to do nearby and some glorious open countryside in which you can stretch your legs before or after enjoying our hospitality.
Drop in and experience all of this for yourself. You’re sure of a warm welcome, a decent meal and some fabulous beer – what’s not to like?
Visitors to the pub since it re-opened in late March appear to agree:
“The re-opening of The White Hart is good news for the community,” local resident Anne Bunn said. “We received a warm welcome, the food is great and it’s family- and dog-friendly. See you there!”
“Like many locals, we were pleased to see that this fine establishment has re-opened,” Brendan said. “The staff, headed by Ben, were welcoming and friendly, the open fire was crackling, and the food – which included bang-bang prawn cocktail, chickpea and spinach curry, ribeye steak and sticky toffee pudding – were excellent. I’ve already joined the Saviour Ale Club (£20 a year and you can enjoy the three fine ales, which are brewed on-site, at £2 a pint). Overall, a wonderful experience and I’m sure it will thrive.
“Friendly and pretty village pub with a lovely garden in a good location,” said Neri Dowling. “Had two very good dinners there this past month. Just had a superb Sunday roast. Try the bang bang prawns for a fantastic starter! Their own ‘Saviour’ ale is very agreeable too. Really glad this pub is up and running again. A great new local.”