The White Hart Nettlebed near Henley on Thames
The White Hart is a delightful country hotel, pub and restaurant in the village of Nettlebed near Henley on Thames in south Oxfordshire.
The White Hart at Nettlebed is an historic and interesting building, and today is a quality modern hotel. There has been an Inn here since 1457, and in Tudor Times it was a posting house. During the Civil War King Charles I fled to Nettlebed after his defeat at the Battle of Reading in 1643 and it is rumoured that his troops stayed here until their surrender. Many things have changed since then but the character of the old building remains.
Today the White Hart is a comfortable and modern hotel, with an excellent menu, 18 en-suite rooms, one suite and a meeting room available. All the White Hart’s en-suite bedrooms have been recently refurbished.
Open: MON-SAT 7am-11pm, SUN 8am-10.30pm
BREAKFAST: MON-FRI 7am-10.45am; SAT-SUN 8am-10.45am;
LUNCH: MON-SAT 12pm-3pm; DINNER: MON-SAT 6pm-10pm;
SUNDAY CARVERY 12pm-4pm