Taking pride of place in the very centre of the lovely small riverside town of Upton upon Severn in Worcestershire, The White Lion offers high quality Hotel Accommodation together with a fine dining experience in our Restaurant, the Pepperpot Brasserie.
We can't believe it's time to think about Christmas already! We know it's early but when customers start asking for Christmas Menus we know it's time to gear up for our favourite time of the year. What with the Christmas parties, all that seasonal food, and drinks-a-plenty — what's not to love! Check out our Christmas page for this year's menu.
Hugo Townsend welcomes you to The White Hart Inn, one of the oldest Inns of Essex. The inn is a medieval hall building and is believed to have been built in the thirteenth century. In the eighteenth century The Great Yarmouth Stage stopped here. We still offer the traditional fare of the coaching inn: comfortable bedrooms, delicious home cooked food and superb real ales.
An impressive Hamstone Grade II listed coaching inn dating from 1735. The White Hart Hotel is in the heart of the beautiful village of Martock, just off the A303, near Yeovil. Whether for leisure or business, a friendly team will always offer you a warm welcome and will provide the highest of customer service to make sure your visit is pleasurable.
Established in 1838, the White Hart Hotel is an elegant building situated at the centre of the town of Hayle, Cornwall. Our rooms are tastefully decorated, all en-suite, and original artworks adorn the walls.
This family run hotel offers a range of accommodation, a restaurant, open fires and two friendly bars. It was built around 1680 and lies in the centre of picturesque Burnham-on-Crouch with its antique shops, weekly market and many independent outlets.
As you step through the doors you will feel the weight drop from your shoulders: There is the glow of a roaring fire, a delicious, Dartmoor-inspired menu and a sumptuous bed awaiting you. This is an escape from modern life and return to what is truly important.
The Whitehall Hotel, situated in Blackburn with Darwen, dates back to 1898 and enjoys many period features from the sandstone frontage to the panelled sweeping staircase, decorative ceilings and an open fire place complemented by an impressive 16 foot chandelier.
The Inn was built in the early 1800s and began life as both the local coaching inn and the village butcher’s. Throughout its lifetime the inn has passed through generations of families, some who still live in the village, adding to the sense of charm and traditional hospitality that runs through the heart of this quintessential Yorkshire Dales accommodation.