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White Hart Inn, West Hoathly - pub details

White Hart Inn

Address: Ardingley Road, West Hoathly, West Sussex, RH19 4RA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14110) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Balcombe (3.5 miles), East Grinstead (4.2 miles), Three Bridges (4.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 12 users)
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This pub is closed sold by enterprise inns for development as two house
inspector351 - 4 Jul 2014 19:31
I hadn't been here for a while because what had been good seemed to be getting less good and more expensive. Thought I'd give it a try again recently and was pleasantly surprised.

This is still a pub. Just. The emphasis as always is on eating as it is with most pubs these days but for those who remember when the primary purpose of a pub was to have a drink and socialise with your friends, you can still do that here. There is a much more formal dining area but most seem to dine in the bar area.

When I was there, they served Harvey's Sussex, Sharp's Doombar and Well's Bombardia. I tried the Doombar and the Sussex and both were good.

I tried the food too and though it was very good and, while not cheap, not overly expensive either. I also found the staff to be very friendly and attentive without being overbearing. I believe the current management have been there since October 2011 and in my opinion are doing a good job. I believe they also do food all day Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Good news, dogs are allowed, bad news, so are kids!!

gareth1011 - 4 Mar 2012 12:50
I went here on Christmas Day with my partner and I am afraid it wasn't up to much. The change of management has not done it any favours. For 65 a head I expected more than dried turkey and a strangely bitter gravy- I think it had burnt at some point. The staff were friendly but clearly there were not enough- what seemed to be the Manager and 1 other. Two Christmases ago we came here and it was excellent, hence the re-booking. Slow service. The veg was ok. The starter of mushroom was unimaginative and not very tasty. The turkey roast was poor, and the dessert was pretty grim! Oh dear. Shan't be going back- but for a place opposite Wakehurst it would do for a basic lunch. Pretty place, too.
degodier - 28 Dec 2011 15:25
Lovely surroundings combined with good food and beer. Table service is a nice touch but this is still a pub and not just an eating place. If I was going to be REALLY picky the food could have been a tad hotter but what we had was excellent. Looking at the decorations I would imagine Christmas here would be brilliant. Definitely coming back.
REVERENDBAZ - 3 Dec 2011 17:36
Visited this one recently at lunch time. I didn't eat, but enjoyed a few whiskey macs before taking off with the dog.

The pub is one open area, which doesn't really work too well. We were made to feel welcome, but not much to be said about this place really. It's ok, thats all.
flagship - 4 Jul 2008 10:23

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