“This bustling village pub is a popular watering hole with local characters. Innovative home cooking and a cosy atmosphere also draws a crowd and in summer cyclists pedalling the South Downs Way. Behind the main building in a stable block are a series of contemporary well appointed rooms which have been thoughtfully decorated. High ceilings, raw wooden beams, generous beds with button-back headboards, torch-like reading lights, old black & white photographs in distressed frames and modern bathrooms with large-headed showers, vintage-looking radiators and Victorian-style taps all contribute to an enjoyable stay. The management also go the extra mile, providing towelling dressing gowns, REN beauty products and sewing kit complete with a rainbow of coloured threads. The charming family suite comprises a double bed with adjacent wooden bunk for children. ”
Written by Laura Campbell
“Why do people love staying in your hotel?
People love our rustic style bedrooms with waterfall showers and easy garden access.
We are located in the middle of the South Downs way, so it`s handy for people to stay over and then pick up the route in the morning.
What kind of breakfast do you offer?
Continental or Full English.
Do you offer other meals? And can you recommend good places to eat out locally?
Lunch and dinner all week and at the weekend a special BBQ menu as well.
Which are your most popular room types, and why?
The Luxury Double room is our guests favourite. They enjoy the extra space, sofa, bath, flat screen TV and wonderful views.
What message would you like to give Hotel Guru readers?
Enjoy a warm welcome at the heart of the South Downs.
Full of charm and character with stylish and comfortable bedrooms, The White Hart is the perfect stopover.
Make your stay complete by eating in the restaurant where you will enjoy a fabulous selection of home cooked food and a superb range of drinks, including real ales from the local Upham Brewery.”