- Very Good
- 54 guest reviews
"We booked this as a stopover on our way down to our son's graduation. The room was small, but had everything you could want. It was clean an..."
"One does not expect a 14th Century hotel to look like a modern hotel. Yes, a lick of paint here and there would not go amiss but the, ambian..."
"Very good service, amazing food! Breakfast was perfect, could not fault this at all. Room was clean although the carpet needed a hoover. Roo..."
"Booked at last minute for location .Speaking to one of the staff I was told it was one of the oldest Pubs in the country so very hard for ev..."
"The room was clean, tidy and warm but the décor was a bit dated. Can't fault the food or the service. Managed to park without any problems e..."
About the hotel
Since the reign of Richard II, the Whyte Harte has offered fine foods, real ales and comfort to travellers. Situated in the beautiful historic village of Bletchingley, the Whyte Harte is one of the few surviving Medieval Inns in Britain today, and is steeped in history. Said to date back to 1388, it possesses wooden beams, which are believed to be from ships of the time.
Bletchingly, was mentioned in the Dooms Day book and therefore evidence of it’s existence can be traced back to Saxon times. St. Mary’s church opposite the Whyte Harte dates back to 1100. Many of the original features of the pub can be seen today. The original fire grate dates back to 1613, and there is even a bakers oven in a recess. The site has also had more practical uses, in the 18th century it was used for what was called at the time as ‘rotten’ parliamentary elections and it’s hard to believe that Bletchingley returned two members of parliament while the somewhat larger city of Manchester returned none! In the 1950s the landlord of the time was well known for serving Jugged Hare, Mulled wine and clay pipes from the main fireplace. Today these fireplaces are still working. There are 3 in total, with the main one being the focal point in the bar. Nowadays you can sit and relax on our sofas and wile away the hours while we look after you. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- 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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80% would recommend it to a friend
We booked this as a stopover on our way down to our son's graduation.
The room was small, but had everything you could want. It was clean and the breakfast was nice. Very good value at the price (70 pounds).
Tired room but clean (avoid room one !)
Room was disappointing very tired, however it was clean.
radio from the kitchen below kept me awake as did the banging of the pans being washed until 11pm. Smoke coming into the room from the customers in the garden. Ok for one night but would not recommend any longer. The breakfast however was the best i've had. This Inn excels in food but sadly not for us the accommodation. Would not book again.