About Sugar Hut
Sugar Hut Brentwood brings enchantment, mystery and hospitality of the highest international standards to the heart of Essex.
Formerly The White Hart Inn, the venue is believed to have been built in 1480. However, there is evidence that there was a hostelry on the site perhaps a hundred years earlier.
It is said that King Richard II stayed at the hostelry when he passed through Brentwood in 1392. As Richard's heraldic device was a white hart it may well be that his visit gave rise to the name of the hostelry.
Sugar Hut Brentwood is an impressive creation of eight individually characterised zones, united by an attention to immaculate detail underneath the award winning Sugar Hut brand.
Sugar Hut Brentwood includes a fine dining restaurant, bars, a night club, private members areas and a courtyard.
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