The White Hart Hotel is a Grade II listed Georgian hotel in the centre of St Austell, Cornwall, a bustling town two miles from Cornwall’s south coast.
Tucked in close to the old town’s heart, under the shadows of the church tower, The White Hart has long been St Austell’s foremost inn. The current building dates from around 1769, It was a built as a town house for Mr Charles Rashleigh, a pre-eminent gentleman of the town and Charlestown’s founder, and it is likely that the building was converted to its current use upon his death in 1823.
The White Hart Hotel and Whites Restaurant serve stylish pub food, with award winning St Austell Brewery Ales and a wide selection of wines from the Whites wine list. They are proud to use locally caught fish, meat reared in Cornwall and all Cornish vegetables and dairy produce. Children are welcome in the restaurant and high chairs are available upon request. If you have any special requests or dietary requirements please let them know and the chefs will do all they can to accommodate them.
The White Hart is a former Georgian Townhouse providing characterful bedrooms that combine individuality and character of this beautiful old building with modern comfort and facilities. They offer a variety of rooms which vary in size and style; all are en-suite with telephone, flat-screen TV, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.