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White Hart Inn
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Reviewed 5 December 2012

I recently celebrated my birthday at the White Hart. A dinner for 26 people. It was a fantastic evening. Hitchless. Beautiful room, we had the orangery to ourselves. Food was fabulous and the staff were fantastic.
Everyone had made they meal choices before we arrived. I had laid out name plates so everyone knew where they were sitting. Little did I know that the staff had popped out while we were in the bar and made a note of were everyone was sitting and so didn't have to ask "who is having the lamb..." Exceptional service.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 16 November 2012

We have eaten in The White Hart many times and have never been let down. On this occasion we went for Saturday lunch with a friend, and ate in the restaurant rather than the bar. As usual, the food was very good: my only slight criticism would be that the risotto with the sea bass, whilst delicious, was a little heavy to accompany a fairly delicate fish. There's a nice selection of ice creams on the dessert menu (ginger and cinnamon were particularly good) and a good selection of draught beers and wines by the glass or bottle. The staff are always friendly and polite. A firm favourite.

  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 4 November 2012

Feeling jaded after a busy couple of months, we decided to take the opportunity of a short break, in conjunction with my Brother and Sister-in-Law.
The trip was to incorporate a visit to a National Trust property, and a meeting with one of my Brother's children and her family for a meal (the hotel was recommended by my Neice).
We arrived at 15:00 on the Friday, and was pleased with the ambience and cleanliness of the place. Ufford is a picturesque village, and the hotel fitted in nicely with this - all typical Lincolnshire yellow stone.
We were shown to our room, which unlike my Brother, was in the main hotel itself (there are other rooms in a seperate external annex building).
Our room was in the loft space, and the walk along the corridor to our room was chilly, but the room itself (once we had 'booted' up the radiators) was both cosy and comfortable - wooden-beamed ceiling, stand-alone furniture, and a lovely en-suite.
Our only 'complaint' about the room would be the overly-small flat screen TV.

We ate out the first night - the hotel is about 4 miles from the town of Stamford, which has the usual range of dining facilities to match most budgets.
We were warned (only once we had arrived - no mention when booked on-line) that they had 'live' music that night, which may prove noisy - and they were not wrong - we were kept awake by the incessant noise, rounded off by what we were later lead to believe were the band packing away their instruments......all this around 01:30 hours. Tip - check with the hotel directly BEFORE you book on-line re live music events.

We ate in the hotel restaurant the 2nd night, 10 of us including my Neice's children (all young adults - no very young children). The food, service and quality were excellent, and we had no complaints re the experience - only praise.

Room Tip: As mentioned already - check with the hotel re planned live music events before you book.
  • Stayed: November 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Bob A
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Reviewed 22 October 2012

We chose this Inn via the internet as it had a micro brewery so we felt assured re. the quality of beer! We were very surprised therefore to find that the website was out of date with the mico brewery having closed down 6 months beforehand! Because of this "mistake" we had a lovely couple of days in an area we'd have otherwise ignored. Even with a party of 40 booked in on our first night, we enjoyed our meal and had excellent service. The bar was as nice to sit in as the restaurant. Breakfasts are served in the conservatory - and must rate as the best I have ever had: fresh fruit, delicious yoghurt, croissants/toast and of course a choice of excellent cooked meals. The staff are friendly and welcoming, the accommodation excellent. We enjoyed a room overlooking the front of the building which had its own sitting area and tv. The very rural situation allowed us to explore The Wash, Flag Fen and Stamford with ease. We're thinking up an excuse to return now!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank ScotlandPilgrim
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Reviewed 13 September 2012

Nice charming bar serving a small selection of real ales. Reasonably priced food with a £12 budget menu for the basics complimented by a range of other traditional meals at higher prices.

Accommodation was in a fair sized room with a recently updated bathroom

Overall - better than staying in major chain hotels for similar prices and you're supporting a local business

  • Stayed: September 2012, travelled on business
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Thank Mark C
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