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The White Hart Hotel, Kingston Upon Thames

High Street
Hampton Wick
Postal town: Kingston Upon Thames
KT1 4DA
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Fuller's

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Malden man left this review about The White Hart Hotel

Once a large pub in a prominent spot at the Hampton Wick end of Kingston Bridge, this place is now primarily a hotel but still retaining a bar for non-residents. After passing through the large front patio area, the entrance is clearly marked on a solid wooden door which leads into a smaller than expected room with the bar along a side wall. Inside the overall feel as expected is rather corporate despite some decent features such as the Tudor style leaded windows with stone mullions, a large feature fireplace and a few framed bits about the River Thames and nearby Hampton Court Palace. Beyond the bar near a reception desk hangs a long sketch plan of the Thames (or Isis) from Oxford up to Putney.
Most tables were set for food but not especially formally and there was no issue sitting if not eating. The place remains Fuller's branded and had Pride, Due South and Dark Star Hophead on handpump with two pumps missing clips. A perusal of the drinks menu on my table informed that Fuller's Imperial Stout is available in bottles, albeit at £14.15.
It's fine to drop in for a quick pitstop as I did after walking along the river but unless planning a meal I wouldn't really consider this place as a venue for an evening's drinking.

On 13th April 2019 - rating: 5
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John Bonser left this review about White Hart Hotel

Occupying a prominent position by a mini roundabout at the end of Kingston Bridge ( Middlesex side ) is The White Hart Hotel, a large imposing mock – Tudor brick built Fullers pub / hotel.

The attractive exterior also features leaded windows and a fine large oak door which leads into the main bar. On the right, an archway has vehicular access and leads to parking for residents. Accommodation is provided in what is clearly an extension at the back of the original building.

The main bar is comfortably furnished, but with that definite nondescript style and feel of a hotel bar. This feeling is enhanced by the appearance of a barman wearing white shirt, collar and tie – who I presumed to be the Head Barman – and the inevitable surly corporate black shirted female “ Olga from the Volga” types.

A pleasant outside patio at the front enables you to watch the busy traffic negotiating the mini roundabout. Three large flags fly from flagpoles at the front of this patio – a Fullers “Griffin” flag, the European Union Flag and a Union Jack that, unfortunately, looked distinctly tatty and faded.

The London Pride was predictably expensive at £ 3.40p, but was really quite good.

If you like hotel bars, you’ll probably like this place.

On 28th April 2011 - rating: 4
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Roger Button left this review about White Hart Hotel

I recently paid my first visit here in the best part of 20 years since I lived in the area and I can't believe that I was in the same place. What was once a decent and spacious pub has turned into little more than a hotel bar. From the outside the place is very appealing with it large patio, mock Tudor gables and latticed windows. The interior is pleasant enough and comfy with flowers on tables and lounge areas although some of the cushions look like they had been made by the local women from the OAP home. The first bit of the pub when you walk through the doors is more geared for diners which immediately makes you feel a bit awkward if you are just here for a few drinks. The stone floor bar area beyond is the only bit of the pub that it felt right to drink in but was fairly small and I felt uneasy taking a seat elsewhere in case the tables were reserved for diners. The neatly uniformed staff were constantly prowling as if they were waiting for someone to stray into no mans land so they could pounce. The beers were pretty decent (Fullers range – ESB, Swing Low & Pride on my visit) but this is such a far cry from how I remembered the place that I wish I just kept the memories.

On 7th August 2007 - rating: 4
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Pub location see interactive map of local area
Map location corrected by Malden man
Hampton Wick, 0.25 miles, 4 min walk (show)
Kingston, 0.48 miles, 9 min walk (show)
Norbiton, 1.31 miles, 25 min walk (show)
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Pub Details

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  • Accommodation : Yes last updated 08 January 2007 by hondo .
  • Hot Food : Yes last updated 08 January 2007 by hondo .
  • Real Ale : Yes last updated 08 January 2007 by hondo .
Opening Hours
Sunday8am - 11pm
Monday7am - 11pm
Tuesday7am - 11pm
Wednesday7am - 11pm
Thursday7am - 11pm
Friday7am - 11pm
Saturday8am - 11pm
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