The White Hart
The White Hart is a large, attractive and traditional pub with rooms, situated in the pretty village of Ufford, five miles from Stamford.
The bar area has a flagstone floor, log burner, wooden beams and exposed brickwork, and is in the oldest part of the pub. There is a selection of comfy leather sofas to relax in, and a variety of intriguing local artefacts to examine. On offer are four real ales, plus Aspall’s Cyder, Carlsberg, Guinness and San Miguel. An extensive wine list has been put together with the help of John Atkinson, Master of Wine.
You can choose to eat in the bar, with its traditional pub atmosphere, or in one of the five dining areas – including the superbly bright and airy Orangery. This beautifully designed modern conservatory was added to The White Hart to link the original two main parts of the building and is ideal for larger parties of up to 40 guests.
Outside the pub is a pleasant patio and garden.
The pub’s seasonal menus are created by head chef Sam Sharman and use local produce wherever possible. Sam has cooked at some very special places including Midsummer House in Cambridge (two Michelin stars) and he’s as passionate about ingredients and flavour as anyone we’ve met. We loved his gutsy style of cooking. Expect big, bold flavours!