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White Hart Hotel
High Street
Nettlebed
Oxfordshire

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The White Hart Hotel is a stylishly designed small hotel in the picturesque Oxfordshire village of Nettlebed, with 12 individually designed bedrooms.

The hotel has two restaurants; The White Hart Bistro serves classic pub food with a modern twist, and the Nettlebed Restaurant is renowned for its simple, seasonal and contemporary food.

The bar area is a fantastic place to meet for morning coffee, afternoon tea or early evening drinks. The bar is open between 11am and 11pm serving hot and cold drinks and bar snacks. With its open log fire it is the ideal place to relax with friends.

There is also the Veuve Clicquot meeting room, which is great for companies looking for a unique venue for strategy and planning events. It has its own terrace and private entrance.

Behind the traditional fašade lies chic design at its very best. Chalky whites, leather, velvets, silks, funky furniture and accessories sit well within their 15th century setting. Each of the twelve en-suite bedrooms is named after a different flavour such as Pistachio, Nougat and Cocoa.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars 76%
AA 2 Rosettes
Good Food Guide
Number of Rooms: 12
Number Ensuite: 12
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Restaurant

Name: Nettlebed / Bistro
Cuisine: Good Food
Chef: Nick Seckington
Awards: AA 2 Rosettes

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