Henfield’s historic White Hart dates from the 17th century and is a classic oak-beamed pub with a wealth of detail that will delight lovers of genuine English architecture.
A large inglenook fireplace crackles gently through winter evenings, giving an instant welcome and the low beams and candlelit dining rooms lend a real warmth to this friendly and relaxed ‘local’ on Henfield’s attractive High Street and only a few miles from the stunning South Downs. On sunnier days you can enjoy eating and drinking al fresco in the pretty walled garden.
Landlord Gyles Culver, his wife Mo and son and daughter Will and Katy welcome you to this ancient haven of award winning ales, fine wines and carefully sourced seasonal dishes from around the world making the White Hart the perfect location for eating out in West Sussex.
In the colder winter months, our huge inglenook fireplace will warm you whilst you sip on a pint of Badger’s finest ale. We welcome you to sit at one of our old pine tables and watch the flames whilst the rain falls outside.