The White Hart is located in Fore Street close to the centre of North Tawton which is an ancient town steeped in history and can be found in the Doomsday Book. The area is surrounded by beautiful countryside and located right in the centre of the County of Devon, between the national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor. North Tawton is easily accessed from the A30 Devon/Cornwall link road and is situated approximately 7 miles east of Okehampton, 10 miles West of Crediton and approximately half an hour drive from the County town of Exeter. North Tawton is a thriving town today and has become something of a centre for light industry with significant employers including Gregory Distribution, Taw Valley Creamery and Vital Pet Products.
The White Hart is an attractive and deceptively large terrace building extended to the rear. With rendered walls under a slate roof the pub offers a mix of traditional finishes with a stylish, modern feel. The property has been tastefully arranged as 3 trading areas which are cleverly interlinked with an open kitchen and bar servery. There is a spacious owners flat on the first floor with two bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and bathroom. Outside is a gravelled trade area and steps up to a level, lawned beer garden, both popular in the summer months.