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Inns in Ringwood

Original White Hart
Market Place
Ringwood
Hampshire

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The Original White Hart in Ringwood was named by King Henry VII after he caught a white hart on a hunting expedition. The inn has 15 delightfully refurbished en-suite bedrooms, combining modern hotel accommodation facilities with the character of an ‘olde worlde’ inn. The hotel has a cosy bar area and restaurant which offers an extensive food menu throughout the day, and also offers a function room to cater for its business visitors. The Original White Hart is positioned in the centre of Ringwood, which has been a market town since 1226 and every Wednesday it comes alive with people buying and selling crafts, antiques and much more. Located just a short distance from the south coast and the New Forest, visitors are never short of something to do. Room rates include our fantastic free breakfast.

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