White Hart Inn

Wilmington, Devon

The White Hart Inn is a typical thatched village pub. Rebuilt after a major fire in 2004, the pub has kept its authentic country feel but with a nice warm welcome. A bit of character, good food, fine wine and friendly service will refresh the weary traveller. The inn is also the first or last pub on the main road, depending on which way you are travelling, between Cornwall and Wilmington. Whether you are planning a luxury break or just a stop on a long journey, a warm welcome awaits you at The White Hart Inn, Wilmington.

Food & drink

The White Hart Inn offers both home-cooked, traditional food, as well as an A la carte menu, all served in their well-maintained restaurant area. With an ever-changing specials board, you can be sure to find something new to inspire your taste buds. Light meals are also served along with cream teas, tea, coffee and cake. The bar area offers a wide selection of real ales from Otter Brewery, as well as a range of different wines and draught beers.

Location

The inn is situated in the pretty village of Wilmington on the A35 mid-way between Honiton & Axminster. Ideally located for exploring the South West, the White Hart is less than half an hour from the Cathedral City of Exeter with Exeter Airport only 15 minutes drive away. The location of the inn is ideal for visiting the Jurassic Coast towns of Seaton, Lyme Regis and Sidmouth.

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