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All reviews civil war great pub steeped in history old town stone floors king charles narrow alley old fashioned pub decent beer public house for sunday lunch mash real ale bar staff well worth a visit lots of history visit hull
Found this hidden gem of a pub in Hull, staff were very friendly and helpful, a great welcome and a really old and very characterful place with loads of history. Definitely one to remember and return to. Thanks.
We have been visiting family in Hull - living abroad we do miss a few home comforts- for me particularly, I miss a good pint of Bitter !!!! - Ye Olde White Harte is accessed via a narrow alley way which opens into a courtyard...More
Popped in here for a late afternoon beer and I'm so pleased we did. Warm welcome from the staff, fantastic pint of Theakstons Old Peculiar and a great atmosphere. The pub oozes history - this is reputed to be the place where the great and...More
Ye old white Harte is hulls history pour out of its walls ,as soon as you walk through its doors you get the wow factor it takes you back in time it is a must place to visit see the plotting parlour were hull elders...More
Spent a wonderful hour or so yesterday afternoon drinking outside this gem of a pub in temperatures approaching the mid 20s in the middle of October! My last visit here was 50 years ago when I was a student in Hull and the beer is...More
Discovered this pub when I was visiting Hull from Australia with my dad - got a guided tour by the publican and told us the full history - wow - bloody awesome and the food is brilliant - a must see if your in the...More
I went with my partner and daughter for a Sunday dinner. I was recommended to try here as recently they have started doing food. I was really disappointed with my meal as the mash tasted just like instant mash, Yorkshire pudding was definitely not homemade,...More