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There is also a large meeting room available for hire.The White Hart Inn in Colyford sits on the A3052, which runs along the south coast from Bridport to Exeter.The Dartington Morris Men side was formed at Dartington Hall in 1968 and was given permission (by whom?)to use the crest of the white hart on a red rose as its emblem.The White Hart Hotel in Braintree dates back as far as the 14th Century in its current guise, and was placed at the crossroad of two Roman roads that form the centre of Braintree town and Bocking.It was a coaching inn that ran services to Sudbury and Norwich daily, up until the arrival of the railway in 1848.

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Part of a quaint market village on the route between Braintree and Colchester, the White Hart Inn at Coggeshall dates back as far as 1420, and still has many of its original features, notably the timber rooms housing up to 18 beds.

It has recently had a renovation by its currents owners and provides an affordable stay.

The White Hart in Brentwood is the oldest pub in the town, dating back to before 1480.

The interior still retains no fewer than 11 fireplaces from the 17th century, a wealth of exposed beams, original Tudor period plasterwork and even a priest hole. The White Hart at Ringwood in the New Forest is said to have been the first pub so named, after King Henry VII caught such a beast nearby, had it leashed and led it back to the town in triumph, a legend with the flavour of political allegory.

For years, students of English literature were mystified by a couple of lines in the poem 'Usk' written by T. White Hart Road is the name given to a section of hill land road enclosed from common land in the parish of Caerhun high above the village of Rowen, in the Conwy Valley.

Part of a quaint market village on the route between Braintree and Colchester, the White Hart Inn at Coggeshall dates back as far as 1420, and still has many of its original features, notably the timber rooms housing up to 18 beds.

It has recently had a renovation by its currents owners and provides an affordable stay.

The White Hart in Brentwood is the oldest pub in the town, dating back to before 1480.

The interior still retains no fewer than 11 fireplaces from the 17th century, a wealth of exposed beams, original Tudor period plasterwork and even a priest hole. The White Hart at Ringwood in the New Forest is said to have been the first pub so named, after King Henry VII caught such a beast nearby, had it leashed and led it back to the town in triumph, a legend with the flavour of political allegory.

For years, students of English literature were mystified by a couple of lines in the poem 'Usk' written by T. White Hart Road is the name given to a section of hill land road enclosed from common land in the parish of Caerhun high above the village of Rowen, in the Conwy Valley.

The exterior is in the Artisan Mannerist style, the interior has extensive wood panelling, including 17th century work; the building is Grade II* listed.