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Welcome to The White Hart, Ufford

The White Hart has been a village inn since the 17th century and continues to offer warm hospitality to our locals, residents and dining guests alike.  The White Hart is ideally located for our corporate guests travelling into Peterborough, Stamford or the local area. There are also many tourist attractions for our leisure guests including Burghley House and Peterborough Cathedral. The location of The White Hart also means that the pub is a popular destination for celebration of all kinds; weddings, civil ceremonies, christenings, birthday and anniversary celebrations.

Under the umbrella of Stamford Country Inns Ltd, The White Hart has a sister property, The Exeter Arms in Easton on the Hill.  The Exeter Arms is a lovingly restored restaurant and bar with six well appointed bedrooms.

The team at The White Hart look forward to welcoming you soon.

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The White Hart
Main Street Ufford
Stamford
PE9 3BH

Tel: 01780 740 250
Fax: 01780 749 437

  Follow @WhiteHartUfford

Reception / Reservations:
Lisa Olver

Events / Weddings:
Sally Rouse

Alternatively you can send us an enquiry via email

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Or to download a location map click here (PDF)

Accommodation

The White Hart has six individually styled bedrooms each with their own character. Four bedrooms are in the main building with two rooms in the converted ‘Cart Hovel’ located across the courtyard.  Both of these rooms can be double or twin bedded rooms and one has disabled access with a converted bathroom…

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Restaurant

The menus created by our Head Chef Dorran Leigh are seasonal using local produce wherever possible. A selection of menus are available for all guests visiting The White Hart including an à la carte menu, bar snack menu, children’s menu and Sunday lunch.…

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Bar

The Bar at The White Hart is in the most traditional part of the pub and is popular with both locals and visitors, it is known as a true ‘watering hole’. The bar has many local artefacts for guests interested in the local area and a log burner providing a cosy warmth during the winter months.…

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