- Very Good
- 2 guest reviews
"This is an easy option. Really handy location, nice people, good pub grub & breakfast lovely. Only downside was the mattress. The room was l..."
"....by a distance, the worst bed I have ever slept in! The mattress was cheap and sagged badly and the bed creaked and groaned every time I..."
About the hotel
This old and well known hostelry stands in the oldest part of the pretty village of Sherington; the village stands on the gently rolling hills that overlook the Ouse Valley to the east of Newport Pagnell in Buckinghamshire. The white Hart has four individually designed bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and provide the perfect base for a business or leisure stay. The rooms also have a TV/DVD player & free WIFI, tea/coffee making facilities and include a full English or Continental breakfast.
The accommodation is in a seperate barn conversion next to the pub. We offer great fresh cooked food in a relaxing setting, with all ingredients sourced locally wherever possible! We are ten minutes from junction 14 on the M1 and Milton Keynes, in the heart of Buckinghamshire countryside. Woburn, Castle Ashby, Towcester, Bedford and Silverstone are a few miles away.
- Restaurant , Bar
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- From 14:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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0% would recommend it to a friend
Lovely, relaxed, easy.
This is an easy option.
Really handy location, nice people, good pub grub & breakfast lovely. Only downside was the mattress. The room was lovely, big, clean, and cosy and had all you'd need but cheap mattress made for a sleepless night. Get a quality mattress lodge owners & they will come again every time :)
Nice location, nice people, excellent breakfast but....
....by a distance, the worst bed I have ever slept in.
The mattress was cheap and sagged badly and the bed creaked and groaned every time I blinked. Also there was a problem with the newly installed shower. I would have been mightily impressed with the display that showed the water temperature if the water itself hadn't then proceeded to yo-yo between 30 degrees and 53 degrees as I hopped around trying to avoid second degree burns. They should think of net curtains for the downstairs rooms too so that people at the tables outside the pub don't have to endure uninterrupted views of me leaping for cover from the aforementioned shower....