Wiltshire Tourist Guide

The White Hart Pub and Restaurant - 5 mins from A354 Salisbury - Blandford Road

Butts Lane
United Kingdom
01722 780244
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Country Pub
Free House Pub
Log Fire
Real Ale
Local Produce
Open Daily for Lunch
Pub Food
Traditional British

Special Offers

Tuesday to Friday lunch 12pm-2pm
2 course lunch menu £8.25 per person or £9.75 for 3 courses


This attractive 18th century village pub is on the road entering the village of Bishopstone, five minutes drive from the main A354 Salisbury to Blandford road and about 7 miles southwest of Salisbury city centre.

William and Linda who using their wide catering experience have established both locally and further afield a high reputation for their excellent, unpretentious yet inexpensive pub food.

All food is prepared and cooked on the premises using local produce whenever and wherever possible. Menus are changed regularly and the well-stocked pub bar supplies a wide choice of beverages and a choice of three local ales.

Patrons visit from near and far and the hostelry is often frequented by visitors to the nearby attractions of fishing, horse-racing , golfing as well by walkers, cyclists and travellers passing through on their way to the southwest. Whether it’s a full meal, snack or drink you are seeking you can be sure of a warm welcome at The White Hart pub and restaurant.

The White Hart has a good sized restaurant seating up to 50 and ideal for small groups or larger parties. Willliam and Linda will be only too pleased discuss your requirements on 01722 780244

Bishopstone lies in the centre of the Chalke Valley through which the river Ebble meanders on its way into Salisbury. The pub is easily found by taking a sharp right at the bottom of the hill into Combe Bisset (the first village after leaving Salisbury), off the main Salisbury to Blandford A354 route and is well signposted to Bishopstone.

Regular themed nights
Look out for our Beer and Music Festival on the August Bank Holiday August 31 2009

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