“Five reasons we should eat & drink. Good friends, good times, or being dry, or lest we should be by and by, or any other reason why”
The White Hart, Trudoxhill is a traditional village pub set in the heart of the Somerset countryside. With delicious home cooked food, a selection of up to four local real ales and a warm and friendly welcome, the White Hart is sure to make you want to return time and time again.
The Grade 2 listed building, dating from 1625 has a chequered history including once being the local blacksmiths, a brewery and also a dance hall for the locally based American GI’s. These days the White Hart is now happily trading as a free house with a great reputation for food and fun.
The White Hart was taken over in 2007 by Graeme Barry, his mum Christine Barry and their Business Partner Sue Warwick and is run by Landlord Graeme with his partner Crystal. The pub boasts a beer garden and veranda with seating for outdoor dining or enjoying drinks with friends. Throughout the summer they host barbecues, and year round the menu is a selection of locally sourced and carefully prepared dishes – including their famous White Hart Pies -which received a special mention in April 2008′s Olive magazine! The restaurant is perfect for a romantic meal for two, a fun family lunch or for parties large and small. We advise that you call to book, especially at weekends.
When visiting look out for The White Harts own ‘White Gold’ ale, a delicious light ale popular with locals and visitors alike and also the monthly quiz which raises money for local charities. We all look forward to welcoming you to The White Hart, Trudoxhill this summer.