The White Hart is situated in an area brimming with history and natural interest.
Blythburgh’s Church of Holy Trinity, almost cathedral-like in its scale and grandeur, is one of the great landmarks of the county, a stirring sight as it rises above the marshy Blyth estuary, visible for miles around and floodlit at night to spectacular effect. This is also splendid walking country and birdwatchers head for the sanctuary at nearby Walberswick.
The A12 provides quick and easy access north and south, while a short distance to east is Southwold, equally interesting to the holidaymaker and the historian, and to the west, the fine old market towns of Halesworth, Bungay and Beccles.
For the musical aficionados, Aldeburgh and neighbouring Snape Maltings provide both provide musical interest, Aldeburgh being the home of Benjamin Britten, and Snape Maltings hosting regular concerts.
With so much exploring to be done and sights to see, this is not a part of the world to rush through in a hurry, and the White Hart makes an ideal base for touring and exploring.
Local Places of Interest/Activities:
Blythburgh Church of Holy Trinity
Halesworth – 5 miles
Southwold – 4 miles
Walberswick – 4 miles
Aldeburgh – 14 miles
Snape – 14 miles
Bungay – 13 miles
Beccles – 10 miles