Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s meeting place is on the market

The White Hart Inn in Tetford. EMN-160215-171221001
The White Hart Inn in Tetford. EMN-160215-171221001

A historic pub in Tetford - which was the meeting place of Alfred, Lord Tennyson - is on the market with a price guide of £450,000.

Leisure property specialists Fleurets are marketing the White Hart Inn, which is steeped in history and dates back to the 16th century.

The White Hart Inn is a beautifully-constructed two storey building, with a traditional interior boasting hoards of period features, from exposed beams to brick fire places.

The property possesses a number of public bars, a restaurant, large garden, tearoom with small shop selling every-day essential items as well as five en-suite letting rooms.

Gareth Hatton from Fleurets said: “Such characteristic opportunities like these very rarely come about. The reputation of the property is well known to both locals and visiting tourists. This would be a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to create a unique destination venue.

“Due to the significant size of the private accommodation, a new owner could also look to increase the number of letting rooms.”