White Hart

Hampshire - Eversley

A historic pub interior of some regional importance

Listed Status: II

The Street
Eversley
RG27 0PJ

OS ref: SU774621

Tel: (0118) 973 2817

Email: whiteharteversley@gmail.com

Website https://www.thewhiteharteversley.co.uk/

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thewhitehartthestreeteversley

Real Ale: Yes

Lunchtime Meals: Yes

Evening Meals: Yes

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17th century pub (according to the listed description - they claim 16th century) with an interior that is little altered since the 1930s. The 1930s looking front door with illuminated Courage 'cockerel' sign leads to the front bar that was originally two separate rooms but now some timbers divide it into two areas. On the left is a small Public Bar with a 1930s parquet floor, the bar counter could date from the 1930s – its position has not moved since the floor was laid – the bar back shelving is not easy to date but a small cabinet on the left wall with glass shelves looks more 1960s. On the right the parquet floor indicates it was just a room (not a room and a passage to the rear) and has an inglenook fireplace with small seats either side which looks to date from the 1930s, the odd wall bench, and the tables and two chairs have a ‘Publican’s Rustic look about them.

17th century pub (according to the listed description - they claim 16th century) with an interior that is little altered since the 1930s. An illuminated Courage 'cockerel' sign hangs outside. The 1930s looking front door leads to the front bar that was originally two separate rooms but now some timbers divide it into two areas. On the left is a small Public Bar with a 1930s parquet floor, the bar counter could date from the 1930s – its position has not moved since the floor was laid – the bar back shelving is not easy to date but a small cabinet on the left wall with glass shelves looks more 1960s. On the right the parquet floor indicates it was just a room (not a room and a passage to the rear) and has an inglenook fireplace with small seats either side which looks to date from the 1930s, the odd wall bench, and the tables and two chairs have a ‘Publican’s Rustic look about them.

A doorway leads to another low ceilinged Small Bar with a 1930s parquet floor. The bar counter could date from the 1930s, there are some old shelves on the left, more modern ones on the right, some old panelling and an old wall bench called ‘The Old Codger’s Seat’. At the rear is the Village Bar in a brick extension to the original building that could date from the 1930s or 1950s. It also has a 1930s parquet floor, a distinctive counter that could date from the 1930s (or 1950s) and a wood surround fireplace that is not easy to date

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