Situated between the historic towns of Carleon and Usk the 12th century White Hart Village Inn is located in Llangybi, approximately 2.5 miles south of Usk and has witnessed some of the Uk's most historic events.
The building was originally occupied by Cistercian Monks, however, in the 16th century ownership passed to Henry VIII and was used as part of Jane Seymour's wedding dowry.
A cenury later, the White Hart reputedly served as Oliver Cromwell's headquarters in Gwent, and in recent years' researchers have identified the White Hart as the location referred to in TS Eliot's famous poem "Usk"
Within its walls are a number of original features including a 12th century fireplace and numerous 16th century fireplaces, alongside original Oak Beams, Tudor carvings and plasterwork. The White Hart also has its own Priest Hole behind one of the fireplaces.
Today The White Hart is one of the best pubs in the area serving freshly cooked food and having an extensive wine and beer list.
From a pint to a glass of wine, From a sandwich to a business lunch or an ideal conference venue we offer a great welcome to all our customers in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The White Hart is a great base for exploring the local area including the Usk and Wye valleys.