The White Hart Stockbridge Reopens

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The White Hart Stockbridge is back, better than ever.

A traditional 16th century coaching inn, The White Hart has served the locals and visitors of Stock-bridge, Hampshire, for more than 400 years.

The pub was well due a smart new look then - and it has just reopened following an exciting five-week refurbishment.

The work has seen both structural and style changes made, but crucially, the new look and feel is entirely sympathetic to The White Hart’s rich history.

Indeed, the design beautifully reflects local hunting and fishing heritage, emphasising the pub’s country appeal and creating a special environment in which to dine, drink and stay.



The Warren Room


The highlight of the refurbishment is unarguably the pub’s new restaurant, The Warren Room.

A beautiful country dining room balancing contemporary style and rustic charm, it opens straight out onto the pub’s lovely terrace, affording diners superb views across the pub’s grounds.

The Warren Room will also be available for private hire as a function venue, ideal for private parties, drinks receptions and business meetings alike.

It seems set to be particularly popular in summer, when the double doors to the garden offer the opportunity for an evening soiree in the sun.

All-Day Dining

Whatever the weather, the new dining room promises to be a sublime setting in which to enjoy fine fresh food.



The talented chefs at The White Hart remain as committed as ever to creating fresh, locally sourced ‘Best of British’ dishes, and continue to serve breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.

At the bar, all the old favourites remain - and beer fans can also enjoy extra ales and lagers added during the recent closure.

Spirits lovers, meanwhile, will continue to wonder at The White Hart’s ‘Whiskey Wall’, boasting more than fifty different ways to enjoy a nightcap.

Find out more about the new-look White Hart and book dinner at The Warren Room, by heading over to the White Hart Stockbridge's website.