The bar offers spacious seating areas and is perhaps the most traditional part of the pub. The hotel prides itself on its beer, and has 3 of its own, which have a constant presence in their portfolio. On top of this there are 2 ever-changing guest beers, sourced locally as much as possible. Enjoy a refreshing drink whilst soaking up the sun and atmosphere in the courtyard gardens. With patio heaters and sun parasols, the hotel is prepared for whatever the British summer has to offer.
The 6 individually themed rooms with bespoke styling are furnished in a simple but luxuriously comfortable style. Opulent detailing is evident in every guest room. All rooms have en suite facilities, a built-in LCD TV and every other modern facility guests would expect from a hotel of this calibre. Rates are inclusive of full English breakfast, which is freshly prepared each morning.
The menu changes regularly to reflect the finest, freshest produce available locally. All meat is sourced from local farms and fresh fish is delivered on a daily basis, as are the free-range eggs. The hotel prides itself on being able to provide a range of 100% fresh and organic fruit and vegetables, which are also sourced locally. There are 3 options available for guests dining at The White Hart. The main restaurant offers an intimate style of dining, with the bar offering a retreat before and after meals. With a range of tables available, this is the perfect space to entertain family and friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Please note the restaurant closes at 14:30 on Sundays The newest addition to The White Hart, the Orangery, offers a much larger indoor space in which to enjoy the delicious food. Linking the 2 main buildings together, the room offers a unique atmosphere. The Orangery also features a striking handcrafted flagstone floor and even in winter, the room remains inviting due to the under-floor heating. Finally, with a number of large outside tables, the hotel also offers the opportunity for alfresco dining during the summer months.
The town of Stamford is situated 100 miles north of London, just off the A1, which was the old Great North Road leading to York and Edinburgh. Frozen in time thanks to its conservation status, this once major wool town has been perfectly preserved and still retains much of its old world charm and prosperity. Many of the buildings are constructed from old Lincolnshire limestone, hence the townâ€™s distinguished appearance and its popularity with tourists and movie directors alike.
From Stamford: - Follow the B1443 through Pilsgate and Barnack. - Exit the B1443 at Bainton by turning right onto Ufford Road. - Turn right again onto Main Street. - The White Hart is located a couple of minutesâ€™ drive down this road.
In Ufford, between Peterborough and Stamford, the 4-star White Hart Inn has log fires and uses food produced at its own farm. Stone built in the traditional way, the White Hart Inn offers an attractive blend of original features and modern comforts and facilities. Enjoy supreme comfort and professional service. Lunch and dinner can be enjoyed in the White Hart's restaurant. Meals are served daily except Sundays when dinner is served until 18:00. Just off the A16 road, with excellent links to junction 14 of the M11 and junction 21 of the M1, the White Hart has a convenient location.
Pets are only allowed in the twin rooms (additional cost). The restaurant and bar close early on Sunday (14:30 and 18:00, respectively).