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The White Hart Inn is a pet friendly, family run pub. Situated in Wilmington on the A35, this is a great stop off for any traveler, for an over night stay or just a bite to eat. Our menu consists of tasty, popular homemade food. We also offer beer gardens and a kiddies play area. Our accommodation consists of three double en suite letting rooms. Come have a drink and relax in the heart of Devon.
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Grade: 63 out of 100
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Trafalgar Way, Wilmington, Honiton EX14 9JQ England
All reviews the pub white hart great food an evening meal plenty of parking rump steak friday night nice atmosphere priced food sunday roast open fire pate staff were welcoming real ale stopped for lunch comfortable rooms family members
It was a random stop early, (17.00), on a Tuesday evening. We've driven past it many times on route to Plymouth from Poole and vice versa but it was never "the right time". This time we did and thoroughly enjoyed it. We shared the Starter...More
Stayed here on Friday night to break the journey to Cornwall. Just in time to get food order in before they closed for the evening. Meals were large and very good value for money.
Room was adequate for one night stay - bathroom very large...More
Chose the White Hart at random for a spot of lunch on a tip down to Devon. Staff were friendly & polite & our lunches of Pate & a Sausage Bagette arrived quickly. Sat in the rear garden & watched a family of bees going...More
Large room and spacious en-suite with shower. Comfortable bed and bedding, but bed knob was broken at foot and one bulb was not working in bedside light. Instant coffee making in room. Full English breakfast was OK. Had to ask in bar for Wi-Fi code....More
We visited this Inn on the 28th April 2017. It was a random choice as we were driving from Perronporth in Cornwall and needed a break and some food. An initial thought on stopping was that it did not seem very busy but we still...More