The White Hart
The White Hart, Northampton Road, Grafton Regis, Near Towcester, NN12 7SR have now been awarded our highly revered Good Food Award for Gastro Pubs – Gold Seal 2019. Our Gold Seal is the highest accolade bestowed by the Good Food Awards and is reserved to those achieving our award for three consecutive years or more. Premises must maintain the same exceptional standards that gained them initial entry into our awards over a three year period. Truly making this achievement the marque of distinction. These premises have demonstrated exceptional levels of food quality, service and value when compared to our industry benchmarks in their category and have now maintained this formidable standard for five consecutive years.
In recognition of this achievement they have been duly awarded our highest accolade the Good Food Award for Gastro Pubs – Gold Seal 2019 | Good Food Award Winners in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019.
The White Hart is a local family run pub located in Grafton Regis in the Northampton area, owned and run by the Drake family since 1996. One of the main owners, Alan, is the main chef, ensuring that all food offered is of a good quality. In addition to providing good quality locally sourced home cooked food, The White Hart is also a traditional English village pub. If you are looking for accommodation in the local area, please visit our Accommodation page for further information.
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White Hart, Northampton Road, Grafton Regis, Near Towcester, NN12 7SR
- Excellent choice!3rd January 2019 - 8:54 am by Hilary Woodward
- Over the last twelve months we have evaluated customer feedback...17th December 2017 - 6:40 am by Good Food Award for Gastro Pubs
- Lovely pub with superb food, thoroughly recommend.7th September 2016 - 4:07 pm by Mark Ponsford
- We spent a beautiful evening in The Brit, all the staff...6th September 2016 - 6:29 pm by Jan Wiltshire