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The White Hart, Cross - pub details

Address: Old Coach Rd, Cross, Axbridge, Somerset, BS26 2EE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24459) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 4.6/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Pleased to report the pub is alive and well. Drank a decent pint of Exmore Ale this weekend. That was the only choice available.

For the record, the landlord said he generally opens at 4pm, but as it was nice weather and Easter weekend, he had opened for lunchtime.

No food available and hasn't been for 7-8 years (according to the landlord).

Struck me as a locals pub (but not unfriendly to passers by).
mark555 - 27 Mar 2016 22:14
I've been told that it is "closed - looks permanent".
MrKiA - 21 Mar 2012 22:09
Is there any news on this? Is it permanently shut now?
MrKiA - 1 Mar 2012 18:13
Went today Sunday place in darkness,looks all shut up and desserted.?
james55westhead - 29 Jan 2012 16:54
A cosy old country pub nestled in amongst a row of terraced cottages, it must lose a lot of passing trade to itís somewhat brasher neighbour a few doors down which is clearly visible from the main A38. This is well worth taking the short detour for though.

Inside itís mostly exposed stone walls with a low, beamed ceiling and plenty of pub ornaments around the place. On a recent visit in early January they still had all the Christmas decorations up which added a pleasant ambience to the pub, with strings of fairly lights in the windows and a large Father Christmas in the fire place.

The central bar has some unusual copper cladding running around the top, and plenty of glass tankards hanging up above. The other bar, to the right as you go in, has a pool table, darts board and a TV up in the corner.

There was a shove haípenny game in progress when we visited, and from the sound of it a skittles match going on elsewhere in the pub. The couple behind the bar were very friendly and although we didnít eat on this occasion we have done previously and found it to be good value and pleasant as far as I recall.

The only letdown was perhaps the choice of beers on offer. In spite of four hand pumps on the bar, only one was in use dispensing Doom Bar. The solitary cider was Thatcherís Gold. Overall though, this is a proper old country pub and well worth a visit.
Blackthorn - 6 Jan 2011 09:48

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