Great news…We're open and we’ve missed you!
Currently we are getting to ‘grips’ with re-opening and the new ways of working to keep you and our staff safe – we appreciate your help, support and compliance to ensure we do this sucessfully!!
And we're open every day (except Monday 3rd August).
Don't forget we're also still running our fab takeaway service - everything that's on the main menu!
Bookings only for the meantime - but its so easy… just call us on 01502 478217 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make your booking.
Please ensure you have confirmation of your booking before arriving on site as we are strictly adhering to government guidelines in regard to social distancing and will need a few details from you, household numbers, pre-orders and payment for example.
Please call us on 01502 478217 to place your takeaway and make payment and we can arrange a suitable time and collection details. We will need your name (lead), phone number and e mail address for track and trace purposes and will hold this information for 21 days only.
Please see here for more information on our re-opening.
View our new Snacks and Drinks menu here.
The White Hart dates back to the 16th century and offers stunning views across the Blyth estuary. Situated in the historic village of Blythburgh, the pub is ideally placed to enjoy country walks and for visiting the popular coastal towns of Southwold and Walberswick.
Today, the pub is run by Marie and Lee Knight who have created a warm and welcoming atmosphere for locals and visitors alike. Lee and his kitchen team are passionate about good food and make the most out of Suffolk’s delicious produce.
In the summer months, you can relax with one of Adnams’ famous Suffolk beers in our extensive beer garden which overlooks the estuary.
Why not stay with us overnight in one of our four double rooms which also feature estuary views.
We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Please note: the car park is exclusively for the use of patrons. If you are walking and are not using the pub facilities, please use the public car park adjacent to the pub.