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The White Hart Hotel During the military campaigns of 1745, whilst attempting to restore the Stuart kings to the thrones of Scotland and England, the Jacobites used 'The White Hart Hotel' as the Derby headquarters of 'Bonnie Prince Charlie and their leader Sir William Bagot. It's alleged Bagot was arrested here after enjoying an 'excellent dinner'. Today, the partly Grade II listed White Hart, is a premier cocktail lounge, brasserie and gastro-dining restaurant.

The hotel has been restored to glorify its charm and character, intertwining this with modern hints of elegance. We are proud to share this gem of history with the community and believe The White Hart Hotel is a true landmark in Uttoxeter's history. We would love for you to share your history of The White Hart with us and are always interested to find out more about the former uses of our buildings.

The team here wishes to take this opportunity to thank you for joining us at The White Hart Hotel and we hope that you enjoy your visit.
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read more › Having undergone a million-pound refurbishment and transformation, The White Hart Hotel, Uttoxeter now proudly boasts 19 bedrooms to complement its already lively Restaurant and Bar. Maintaining many of its Grade II Listed features, each bedroom has been individually designed to offer you a sumptuous and relaxing nights rest in contemporary surroundings. Please note: We, unfortunately, don't have wheelchair access to the rooms as they are on the first floor and above. Staying with us over the weekend?

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