Hotel, Bed and Breakfast, British Restaurant
White Hart Hotel Exeter
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Mon: 00:00 - 01:00
Tue-Thu: 07:30 - 23:00
Fri: 07:30 - 23:45
Sat: 08:00 - 23:45
Sun: 08:00 - 22:30
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Coffee
- Good For Groups
- Outdoor Seating
- Takes Reservations
- Walk-Ins Welcome
Parking Lot parking
St Davids Station is a 10 minute taxi ride away. Or Central Station a 10 minute walk. Regular bus service across the road.
There is always a warm welcome at The White Hart, Exeter. If you are having a weekend break, a trip for business, drinks with friends or a family meal the White Hart is the place to be.
The White Hart Hotel is one of Exeter’s most historic inns. While it is not the oldest Inn, it would be had it not been a family home and then a hospital before it become a coaching inn. The building was built in 1356 by William Wynard and was originally built along the medieval city wall (of which you can see throughout the pub). It stayed in the Wynard family for generations and was at some point a family home along with 2 children wards as a mini childs hospital treating victims of polio. Eventually it became an Inn. During the 1500s, 1600s and 1700s the building hosted many famous people of there times and most prominently Olliver Cromwell of which there is now an area in the hotel named after him from his stay. Today, the hotel retains much of its traditional hotel heritage and charm and yet offers the business or leisure visitor all the facilities and amenities of modern living. The White Hart boasts fifty five en-suite rooms, forty of which are situated in our extension and the remainder are in the old part of the building. Located in a central position within the old city walls, the White Hart Hotel is ideally situated to enjoy all the city has to offer, from the famous Gothic charm of Exeter Cathedral to the newly revamped Princesshay shopping centre. With a choice of areas to dine, an extensive selection of traditional pub food and a comprehensive wine list, all tastes are catered for. The White Hart Hotel for many years has now operated under 'Marstons Inns', which is a great 'Value' hotel & pub company.
The White Hart also offers Meeting Rooms that cater for small groups upto groups of 60 people. Also there is a new Function Area used for Weddings only.
The White Hart also boasts a lovely 'Secret Garden'. A small cobbled area with an ancient well in the middle. Lovely vines & grape vines drape the garden walls.
There is also now a 'Cider Bar' selling mainstream ciders on pump and great, local craft premium cider from the back bar. As this side is newly Refurbished it offers a slightly modern feel to the bar without losing the charm of this part of the building built in 1356.