Burley Inn

Burley Inn

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
The Cross, Burley, BH24 4AB
The Burley Inn - with its ten en-suite bedrooms - really couldn't be more fortunate in terms of location. Burley is the perfect little New Forest village, nestled in the lee of a hill, where ponies, donkeys and cattle roam free around the dramatic heathland scenery, overshadowed by lofty pines, oak and beech trees. With a deer park nearby and Beaulieu Abbey on the doorstep, it makes an ideal weekend break destination. If you are visiting this stunning beauty spot and are in need of refreshment, this homely inn is on hand to provide gorgeous food, a great selection of cask-conditioned ales and cosy rooms for you to rest your head.

Expect a menu of hearty traditional fare, designed to warm and sustain after a day of exploring the local area. Tuck into the likes of slow-cooked lamb on the bone, beef Bourguignon or, if you fancy something lighter, there's a selection of salads, sandwiches, jacket potatoes bursting at the seams with lovely fillings, and traditional ploughman's lunches available. In addition to the main menu, Sundays see a traditional roast served from noon, always featuring roast beef and Yorkshire pudding as well as a roast of the day. With disabled access, a terrace overlooking the village and ten comfortable bedrooms, The Burley Inn welcomes everyone to come and take advantage of some top-notch hospitality in the midst of an English country paradise.
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