The White Hart is a traditional country pub restaurant with a wealth of character and a warm welcome.
Run by Geoff and his team for over 17 years, this rustic gem boasts honest food from the finest ingredients.
Come and enjoy.
Hackleton was in 1066 in the possession of the Bishop of Constance passing through the hands of Turgis de Quinton, of the Duke of Buckingham and of Queen Elizabeth I’s minister, Thomas Cromwell to Lord Overstone.
A primary agricultural parish of 1,086 acres. Hackleton, for many years supported several outlets for spirituous liqueurs, of which the White Hart is almost certainly the oldest.
The first officially recorded licensee of The White Hart was back in 1739 where Robert Holt is named as the Landlord. Since then, there has been several landlords tied to the pubs history.
A family run business.
Today, the grade 2 listed building is family run by local family the Sharif’s. The White Hart has been trading under the leadership of the Sharif family name for well over 16 years, with one of the two sons being born in the pub being the first child in over 80 years to be born there.
Outstanding menu choice
Here at The White Hart we pride ourselves on offering both a fantastic level of service and outstanding home made cuisine. We strive to offer an unrivaled value with a menu and drinks range bursting with choice and flavour for you to enjoy.
Our restaurant offers a wide range of freshly prepared dishes from traditional pub favourites such as freshly battered boneless cod and chips, home made curry and a selection of burgers to fabulous Chef’s Specials, such as aged british 8oz fillet steak and cod Italian. We offer something for everyone’s taste.