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Traditional restaurants in East Hampshire

The Red Lion

Traditional10 miles The Green GU27 3HY

Overlooking the village green and the hills of the beautiful South Downs National Park, The Red Lion is located in Fernhurst, adjacent to the start of the footpath to Blackdown, where the weald’s tallest point stands proudly. Dine in the cosy pub, with authentic oak beams and an inglenook fireplace, or enjoy an al fresco meal in...

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The Half Moon

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.4 miles Petersfield Road GU29 9LL

The Half Moon is a cosy country pub offering a menu that features all the classics - sausages and mash, scampi, battered fish and roast meat on Sundays are all present and correct. I was reliably informed by the friendly waitress that the homemade pie of the day is an endlessly popular choice, although she warned that it is not ...

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The Purefoy Arms

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.5 miles Preston Candover RG25 2EJ

With husband-and-wife team Andrés and Marie-Lou at the helm of this very respectable establishment, you'll be well looked after. Brought up in Spain on wholesome home cooking, Andrés has worked in some of London's best restaurants, while Marie-Lou knows all there is to know about wine - her passion and expertise is cle...

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Tichborne Arms

Traditional10.5 miles Tichborne SO24 0NA

You’ll find this atmospheric thatched pub tucked away in the South Downs National Park. Enjoy craft beers in the spacious garden while taking in views of Tichborne Manor, or do as we did and indulge in the finest country dining. Seated at a candlelit table by the cosy fire, we started with locally sourced wild garlic linguine se...

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The Royal Oak

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.5 miles Hooksway PO18 9JZ

The Royal Oak offers a cosy refuge of log fires and good old-fashioned food, whether you're after a simple sandwich or succulent steak. This 16th-Century inn has everything for the true aficionado of traditional pubs - real ale and real pub food. So, if you fancy a Doombar, some Exmoor Beast or just a refreshing soft drink in the de...

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Coach and Horses

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 miles The Square Compton PO18 9HA

A happy marriage between an original 17th-Century coaching inn and an unspoiled Victorian front bar with original windows, this charming pub commands the entrance to the village square. In an area of rural beauty at the heart of the South Downs National Park, the village of Compton is immensely popular with walkers, cyclists, motorc...

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The Bucks Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 miles Bucks Head Hill SO32 3NA

Sitting pretty in the heart of the beautiful Meon Valley, on the banks of the River Meon and surrounded by fields and woodland, is this picturesque 16th-century village inn. The Bucks Head is positively brimming with olde-worlde charm, and a welcoming community feel is evident as soon as you walk through the door. Its setting makes ...

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The Bucks Head

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants10.6 miles Bucks Head Hill SO32 3NA

Sitting pretty in the heart of the beautiful Meon Valley, on the banks of the River Meon and surrounded by fields and woodland, is this picturesque 16th-century village inn. The Bucks Head is positively brimming with olde-worlde charm, and a welcoming community feel is evident as soon as you walk through the door. Its setting makes ...

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The Fox Inn

Traditional10.9 miles Green Lane Ellisfield RG25 2QW

In the heart of the Hampshire countryside, this unassuming little inn is just waiting to be discovered. The pub’s charming interior is cosy and comfortable with a roaring log fire, and a warm welcome awaits. A concise menu of home-cooked meals ensures that there’s something for everyone; my partner and I had no trouble choosin...

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The Wheatsheaf Inn

Traditional11 miles Grayswood Road Grayswood GU27 2DE

Regulars and first-time visitors are all welcomed with open arms to The Wheatsheaf Inn. Those looking to quench their thirst will be pleased to hear that the venue is Cask Marque-accredited, and also offers a great range of cider, wine and spirits. After the day’s worries have melted away in the homely bar area, why not sate you...

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The Farmer Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11 miles 300 Catherington Lane Catherington PO8 0TD

Located on the edge of the South Downs National Park and surrounded by some of Hampshire's most stunning countryside, The Farmer Inn enjoys breathtaking views as far as Chichester Harbour and the Solent. This traditional country pub prides itself on its entirely home-produced food and its interesting and ever-changing menu features ...

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The Spotted Cow at Lower Bourne

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11 miles Bourne Grove Lower Bourne GU10 3QT

Sitting in four acres of wooded garden beside the Bourne stream on the edge of Farnham, The Spotted Cow is a tranquil and idyllic place for a spot of lunch, but equally ideal for a peaceful evening meal. Service from the Cow Crew is friendly and welcoming and the food delicious. The pub has undergone an amazing transformation ove...

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The Barley Mow

Traditional11.1 miles Tilford Green Tilford GU10 2BU

If you’re looking for a classic country pub, you can’t beat The Barley Mow. Despite the nearby Tilford Bridge’s closure, this charming pub remains open to both diners and drinkers year round. Overlooking Tilford Green, on some days you can even watch a game of cricket whilst sipping your beer. The charming riverside garden i...

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The White Horse of Easebourne

Traditional11.1 miles Easebourne Street Easebourne GU29 0AL

Located just outside of Midhurst, The White Horse is a warm and welcoming inn that dates back to the 18th century. The pub has become a hub for the local community, but visitors to the area are always made welcome too. You’ll find a number of charm...

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The Barley Mow

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants11.1 miles Tilford Green Tilford GU10 2BU

Built in the early part of the 18th Century, The Barley Mow became an alehouse in 1763. William 'Silver Billy' Beldham, one of England's most famous cricketers, took over as landlord in 1821. Step into the pub and you'll find walls adorned with sporting memorabilia - cricket bats from a bygone age, team photographs and trophies. No w...

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