Watership Down Inn

Watership Down Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Freefolk Priors, Whitchurch, RG28 7NJ
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Named in honour of local author Richard Adams and his famous novel (there are even rabbits in silhouette on the pub's sign), the Watership Down Inn began life as the Freefolk Arms in 1840 and has remained a popular pub ever since.

The interior is welcoming and the decor is cheery throughout, creating a friendly space in which to relax with a beer or dine with friends. The conservatory is bright and airy, with stained-glass panels providing a burst of colour - there are even glass art, sculptures and jewellery for sale, all made by the artistic owners. There is a great selection of real ales, lagers, fine wines, soft drinks, teas and coffees, perfect to enjoy on their own or as an accompaniment to your meal. Snacks, baguettes and jacket potatoes are available throughout the day, as is the excellent lunch menu - dishes include chicken and mushroom pie and minted lamb shank. The evening menu, served from 6pm, lists starters such as garlic mushrooms, goat's cheese cheesecake and whitebait, and mains like homemade lasagne and rump steak with chips and peas.

With live music and excellent seasonal menus, promotions and specials, there is always something intriguing going on at the Watership Down Inn. The ideal place to spend an afternoon or evening.
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Open: Mon 5pm- 11pm; Tues-Fri noon-11pm; Sat & Sun noon-midnight

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