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This is 2017. I run a number of pub history sites around the UK.
They are all lacking in modern detail.
I thought it time to add some additional detail for the pubs that still exist, or in many cases, have just been created.
Many of the pubs in London and the UK, are just old banks, old offices, and generally have the name old in their name to indicate they are brand new pubs.
Here are over 195 Hall & Woodhouse pubs as I find them in one list.
The Albion, located in the heart of the historic market town of Wimborne Minster, dates from the 17th Century when it was the oldest of fo?ur coaching inns in the town – of which only two remain. In those days it was called the New Inn.?
19 High Street, The Square, Wimborne BH21 1HR
The Airfield Tavern is a real entertainment hub in the heart of Horley, offering open mic, live music and Salsa evenings to name a few. Previously named the 'Gatwick', the pub is now well known for its busy events schedule, welcoming team and lively atmosphere amongst the locals. The pub offers a large space which is available to rent out for wedding receptions, parties, wakes, stag do's, dance classes, music events or simply as a meeting venue. The team can also provide a full working bar, buffet food options and a private and secure venue.?
42 High Street, Horley, Surrey RH6 7BB
The Amberwood is a former Coach House, which is ideally situated just off of the A35 at Walkford, near Christchurch. This public house is only a short drive away from both the New Forest, and the renowned Dorset/Hampshire coastline with beaches, harbours, and views of the Solent and Isle of Wight. The Amberwood prides itself not only on its excellent food and wine choices, but on its traditional local pub atmosphere.
154 Ringwood Road, Walkford, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 5RQ
Situated just downstream from Pyford Lock on the banks of the river Wey, the Anchor is only a short distance from West Byfleet and the flagship garden of the Royal Horticultural Society at Wisley.
PYRFORD LOCK WISLEY WOKING Surrey GU23 6QW
A famous pub-restaurant the Angel is situated on the edge of rolling countryside, close to Bournemouth and the historic market town of Wimborne. With a large car park, beautiful gardens and a playground the Angel provides the perfect backdrop for drinks, lunch and dinner and lazy days
RINGWOOD ROAD LONGHAM WIMBORNE Dorset BH22 9AP
Pimperne, Dorset, Dorset
The Anvil Inn is a beautiful 16th Century country pub offering the very best in Dorset food and hospitality. With nine comfortable, newly refurbished rooms available to guests, The Anvil provides an ideal base for those wishing to experience superb Dorset food and the many destinations and scenic wonders the County has to offer.?
Pimperne, Blandford Forum, DT11 8UQ
Ardingly, West Sussex
Nestled in the heart of Sussex the Ardingly Inn provides a relaxed and unique pub dining experience. We have seven letting bedrooms all of which are beautifully furnished and offer a comfortable and enjoyable night's stay.
Street Lane, Ardingly, West Sussex RH17 6UA
Barford St. Martin, Wiltshire
Situated between Salisbury and Shaftesbury in the heart of Wiltshire, in the picturesque village of Barford St. Martin, the Barford Inn is a sixteenth century Coaching Inn that used to brew its own beer in what is now the beautiful restaurant. The Grade II listed building also has a bar and four en-suite bedrooms.
Barford St. Martin, Wiltshire SP3 4AB
Nr Oxted, Surrey
The Barley Mow is a traditional pub in the village of Tandridge, Kent. Set in a rural area but with easy access to London, Gatwick Airport and many local places of interest. We are proud to offer restaurant-quality meals and bar food, cooked to order and prepared from fresh seasonal produce to create a variety of tempting dishes.
Tandridge Lane, Tandridge, Nr Oxted, Surrey, RH8 9NJ
The Barley Mow is a stunning country pub in the rural countryside just outside of Wimborne. The pub is bursting with character; with a thatched roof, stunning exosed oak beams and three open fire places it is the perfect place to enjoy a delicious homecooked meal, savour a glass of wine or enjoy a pint of real ale.The pub is family run with a large south facing garden at the rear that can seat 150 people, it makes the perfect location to enjoy a summer’s day.
Long Lane, Colehill, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 7AH
A historic and ancient pub-restaurant the Barn Owl is situated on the edge of rolling countryside. Convenient for Torbay, the spectacular Dartmoor National Park and attractions including Paignton Zoo, Newton Abbot Racecourse and Babbacombe Model Village.
ALLER ROAD ALLER MILLS KINGSKERSWELL Devon, TQ12 5AN
Billinghurst, West Sussex
The Bat & Ball country pub and restaurant in Newpound (previously the Wisborough) is a landmark 16th Century hostelry bursting with character. Within the Bat and Ball sits the Haywards restaurant offering fine quality locally sourced ingredients such as line-caught Dover sole, Sussex lobster, dry aged British beef and lamb reared on the South Downs.
The bar boasts a great selection of real ales alongside a carefully selected wine list and soft drink selection, a suitable setting to enjoy a light bite in front of an open fire. An appetising range of bar food is also available appealing to casual diners; cyclists, hikers and families are welcome all year round. The Bat & Ball also offers the ideal location for weddings, private parties, special occasions and other celebratory affairs. The surrounding grounds and gardens are all available to hire and the pub itself has a number of private areas that are perfect for office lunches and dinners.
Newpound, Wisborough Green, Billinghurst, West Sussex RH14 0EH
Situated on the edge of the New Forest, the Beach House is nestled 200 yards from the beach and boasts breath-taking view of the Isle of Wight and the Needles. With stunning sea views, Badger Cask Ales and delicious food the Beach House is the perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring the New Forest or walking by the sea.
Milford on Sea Lymington Hampshire, Lymington SO41 0PT
Horsham, West Sussex
The Bear is a traditional public house set in the heart of the beautiful historic market town of Horsham, situated next to the town hall in Market Square.
17 Market Square, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1EU
The Bear Cross is a contemporary Bar/Restaurant centrally located between Bournemouth, Poole, Wimborne and Ferndown. We serve quality, freshly cooked homemade food, whether you want an informal light lunch, a get together with friends or family, a business meeting with lunch or a special celebration to be remembered we can cater for your specific needs.
Bear Cross, Bournemouth, Dorset BH11 9LU
If you are looking for excellent locally sourced food, great laughs and a family friendly atmosphere there is only one real option which is the Bell Inn. Our brilliant chef creates some of the most wonderful dishes in the area.
Rudge Road, Standerwick, Frome, Somerset BA11 2PR
Lindfield, West Sussex
The Bent Arms has been situated in the picturesque village of Lindfield for over 400 years and is a traditional English pub. It is a large site with beautiful floral beer garden and provides home-cooked food, prepared from locally sourced raw ingredients.
98 High Street, Lindfield, West Sussex RH16 2HP
Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire
The Black Horse is a contemporary pub-restaurant, close to the M25. Located a short distance from the world famous Pinewood Studios and the historic, 130 acre Langley Park – once home to extensive herds of deer. The Black Horse boasts ample parking & delightful terrace, and with a warm welcome guaranteed is perfect for lunch, dinner and drinks.
95 SLOUGH ROAD Iver Heath Buckinghamshire, Iver Heath SL0 0DH
NR GATWICK, Surrey
A famous pub-restaurant the Black Horse is situated on the edge of rolling countryside close to Crawley, Gatwick and the M23. With a large car park, terraced garden and playground the Black Horse is perfect for lunch or dinner.
REIGATE ROAD HOOKWOOD NR GATWICK Surrey, NR GATWICK RH6 0HU
ARUNDEL, West Sussex
A famous historic pub-restaurant the Black Rabbit is situated right on the River Arun with 150m of riverside seating and superb views of Arundel castle. With a large car park, extensive riverside terrace and a playground the Black Rabbit is perfect for lunch, dinner and riverside drinks.
Mill Road, Offham, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9PB
NR CRAWLEY, West Sussex
A historic Sussex pub-restaurant the Black Swan is located at the edge of St Leonards Forest (where according to legend a dragon lives), right at the gateway to the South Downs. Convenient for Crawley and Horsham the Black Swan boasts a large car park, garden and function room and is perfect for lunch, dinner and drinks.
PEASE POTTAGE NR CRAWLEY West Sussex, NR CRAWLEY RH11 9AJ
Billinghurst, West Sussex
The Blue Ship is a truly unique pub hidden away in the Sussex countryside, the Blue Ship has been a pub for at least 150 years, but the building dates back to the 16th Century. We serve home cooked food and our menu contains typical
The Haven, Billinghurst, West Sussex RH14 9BS
Horsham, West Sussex
The Boars Head is a beautiful public house just outside of Horsham in West Sussex. It has stunning views over the countryside and offers a warm and friendly atmosphere to guests all year round. Our food is traditional and the ingredients are locally sourced where possible. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Worthing Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 0AD
Winterborne Zelston, Dorset
The Botany Bay Inne is a traditional roadside public house, found on the A31 heading towards Dorcheseter, there are many historic and exciting places to visit near to the pub. Delicious food is served and our 60 seater restuarant has the perfect ambience for all occassions. Through the summer, our beer garden makes for a perfect pie and a pint in the sunshine.
Winterborne Zelston, Dorset DT11 9ET
Uckfield, East Sussex
The Brickmakers Arms is a traditional local pub that provides a warm and friendly atmosphere. The pub has two bars, enabling us to cater for local customers in one bar with a pool table and darts board and in the other area we are able to serve delicious traditional food. There are Sunday roast dinners available but you will need to book in advance for these. We have a lovely beer garden which is a popular spot in the summer months.
New Road, Ridgewood, Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 5TG
If you don’t already know the Buffalo then it is worth seeking out one of North Dorset’s hidden gems. Tucked away down Lydford Lane off the Wincanton road out of Gillingham the pub offers everything you would want from your local pub.
Wyke, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4NJ
Sturminster Newton, Dorset
The Bull Inn is a 15th Century thatched inn on the outskirts of Sturminster Newton which is a village in the heart of the Blackmore Vale in beautiful Dorset. Home to the famous poet and author William Barnes and Thomas Hardy for part of his life. The Bull Inn is a quaint, traditional pub which is full of character. We produce quality, home cooked food. The menu contains some delicious pub favourites, we have light lunches available, and an evening a la carte menu.
Townbridge, Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 2BS
The Charlton Inn is a lovely roadside pub with rooms available. It is located close to the historic Hall and Woodhouse brewery which is worth a visit too. The pub itself serves a variety of delicious pub favourites, we have a carvery on Sunday. The accommodation is traditional and cosy, and the team are welcoming and ready to make your visit special.
Charlton Marshall, Blandford, Dorset DT11 9NH
The Chequers is a beautiful, quaint public house found in Well, Hampshire. Outside the front of the public house are some benches with grape vines growing in the beams above you, there is a garden to the rear of the pub and inside are plenty of nooks and crannies. Traditional food is served at the Chequers.
Well, Hook, Hampshire RG29 1TL
Crawley, West Sussex
The Cherry tree is a country pub located in the village of Copthorne which once served as the local library and is over 400 years old. The intimate Restaurant serves a selection of traditional British dishes. The pub offers entertainment to suit every taste, including a popular Monday night Quiz and local musical talent every Saturday night with a range of rock/indie/blues/50’s and much more. At the Cherry Tree they only use locally sourced ingredients which are freshly cooked for absolute perfection. The current menu can be found on the website, although Specials are changed daily, and the regular menu is updated regularly depending upon the seasons.????
Copthorne Bank, Copthorne, Crawley, West Sussex RH10 3JD
Horsham, West Sussex
In a short time the Cherry Tree has earned for itself a reputation for being a great place to enjoy both modern and traditional British cuisine. There is live music at weekends, a discounted menu on Monday’s and special fish nights on Friday’s.
Crawley Road, Faygate, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 4SA
Easton , Hampshire
The Chestnut Horse is a traditional 16th Century pub, set in the heart of the Itchen Valley, hidden in the idyllic village of Easton. The 16th century building from which you can enjoy a business lunch, family lunch, romantic evening meal or just a drink with friends, boasts ambiance and old English heritage character in abundance. We are delighted to have won Public House of the Year in 2009.
Easton, Nr Winchester, Hampshire SO21 1EG
Enjoy homemade country fayre at the Churchill Arms. This traditional public house is well worth a visit with the team always going the extra mile to make sure each guest enjoys their visit. Situated in the pretty village of Alderhold close to Fordingbridge, the Churchill Arms has some beautiful countryside close by to explore. We look forward to welcoming you soon.
Alderholt, Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 3AA
The Coach and Horses is an authentic village tavern situated in the stunning Hampshire countryside. It boasts a lovely South-facing garden to the rear of the pub, overlooking tranquil farmland. It is a place where people come together to celebrate.
The Street, Rotherwick, Basingstoke, Hampshire RG27 9BG
Nestled in the heart of Morden, the Cock and Bottle is steeped in tradition. Parts of the pub date back some 400 years and offers all the charm of an “Olde Worlde” Dorset village Inn.There is probably no place better than the Cock and Bottle to enjoy food at its best. Our chef has worked tirelessly to produce a menu that caters for all tastes.
Morden, Wareham, Dorset BH20 7DL
The Cock Inn, originally named 'The Cock Horse' dating back to before the 17th Century, offers you one of the warmest and friendliest welcomes you will find in a traditional pub for many miles. Located in the heart of the Chess Valley the area is paradise for walkers.
Church Lane, Church End, Sarratt, Hertfordshire WD3 6HH
Horsham, West Sussex
The Crabtree is a friendly family run public house, located in the beautiful Sussex countryside south of Horsham. We serve great local, seasonal food, organic wines and fabulous real ales in warm and welcoming surroundings. The Crabtree Lunch menu changes daily, the A la Carte changes seasonally and the Sunday lunch menu changes every week.
Brighton Road, Lower Beeding, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 6PT
The Cricketers is a quaint public house in the idyllic village of Little Green in Maidenhead. It is situated next to the cricket pitch and is the heart of the local community. You will receive a warm welcome, excellent service and delicious food at the Cricketers, so make sure you stop by soon.
Coronation Road, Littlewick Green, Maidenhead, Berkshire SL6 3RA
BLANDFORD FORUM, Dorset
The oldest inn in Dorset, the Crown Hotel is set in a magnificent Georgian house, and is said to be haunted by a women in black and a cloaked highwayman who was shot dead in the courtyard.
8 WEST STREET BLANDFORD FORUM Dorset, BLANDFORD FORUM DT11 7AJ
Sturminster Newton, Dorset
The Crown Inn is a stunning 16th Century pub in the beautiful village of Marnhull which is in-between Shaftesbury and Sturminster Newton. It is a fantastic destination in the midst of the Dorset countryside. Whether you want to relax with a drink or sample our quality dishes the Crown is perfect.
Marnhull, Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1LN
The Cyder House Inn is located in the heart of Shackleford in Surrey, which is situated in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Originally purpose-built as a pub in 1880, it has undergone a number of changes over the years, including at one point brewing its own beer!
Peperharow Lane, Shackleford, Godalming, Surrey GU8 6AN
A friendly pub-restaurant the De Havilland Arms is situated in the heart of Elvetham Heath. Just two minutes from junction 4A of the M3, the De Havilland Arms is the perfect place to break up a long motorway journey. Blessed with a great chef team in the kitchen, you’ll be spoiled for choice with a menu and specials boards packed with delicious, classic cooking.
THE KEY ELVETHAM HEALTH FLEET Hants, FLEET GU51 1HA
Horsham, West Sussex
A great community local, we have it all! Excellent, traditional home cooked food served in our dining area. There is a public bar where people can enjoy a game of darts, or watch sporting events. We also have a lovely outside beer garden, perfect to relax in and enjoy the summer sun. Whatever the occasion our team welcome you to our lovely pub.
North Parade, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 2QR
Horsham, West Sussex
The Dog and Duck serves a variety of delicious dishes, the interior is traditional in looks with wooden beams and inglenook fireplaces. We are open all day, everyday. We are also delighted to have a fantastic, large and enclosed children’s play area and three large fields. We have won four awards for Best Charity Pub; Best Fundraising Pub; Best Family Pub and Best Hospitality Pub.
Dorking Road, Kingsfold, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 3SA
Near Redhill, Surrey
The Dog and Duck at Outwood is a traditional, quintessentially British, country pub set in beautiful surroundings, serving superb home-cooked food that is sourced from fresh local produce.
Outwood, Near Redhill, Surrey RH1 5QU
The Dolphin is found on the outskirts of Gillingham, it is a traditional, community public house which serves home cooked meals and a great selections of drinks. There is a warm atmosphere provided by the team who work hard to ensure every customer enjoys their visit to the pub.
Peacemarsh, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4HB
The Dorset Solider is situated in the heart of Corfe Mullen which is a quiet village in East Dorset in the midst of some beautiful countryside. We offer our customers the “best of both worlds”, there are two bars with a range of fine cask ales and continental lagers, and a fine restaurant where we have built our reputation on good, honest and traditional pub fayre. We offer a varied menu, with ample choice, and our team look forward to welcoming you soon.
Corfe Mullen, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 3JZ
Horsham, West Sussex
Set in the heart of Colgate, the Dragon serves stunning steaks cooked on the robata, seasonal dishes in a relaxed and welcoming setting. Renovated in 2015, this pub has stripped back walls, a large garden area and simple handcrafted furniture. The bar serves a mix of real ales alongside a personalised wine list that brings together wines from around the world. The menu is centered around the charcoal grill, with its searing smokey influence, but is well supported by a range of freshly prepared specials and comfort food classics. ?
On the side of the pub is a delightful produce bearing shop full of the best fresh ingredients, artisan products and fresh vegetables. Open throughout the week the shop will keep many customers supplied with the finest and top quality products at your convenience and you can even purchase wine to take home.?
Forest Road, Colgate, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 4SY
The Drax is brimming with character, once mentioned in Thomas Hardy’s ‘Tess of the d’Urbervilles’, it is very much the perfect country pub. Our wide range of food caters for most tastes. Comfortable dining and a warm friendly bar with an atmosphere to match. We have a beautiful courtyard, a beer garden and a skittle alley. We welcome children, dogs, walkers, and bikers and we offer pensioners lunches.
Bere Regis, Wareham, Dorset BH20 7HH
The Duchess of Cornwall Inn, situated centrally in attractive Poundbury, is a new bar and restaurant with bedrooms, evoking a country house feel. With three distinct areas: Pantry and Bar for a casual, drop-in ethos, Dining Room for dining with a menu of classically simple British food, and bedrooms each finished with exquisite attention to detail (bedrooms are due to open in early December).
12 Queen Mother Square, Poundbury, Dorchester, DT1 3BW
TWICKENHAM, London & Middlesex
A very friendly pub, beloved by guests the Eel Pie is close to the river and only a 15 minute walk from the home of rugby in Twickenham or 20 minutes from 'The Stoop' the home of Harlequins RFC. With a range of award winning Badger ale and with frequent events, the Eel Pie is the perfect place for a quick lunch or a few drinks before the rugby.
9-11 CHURCH STREET TWICKENHAM Middlesex, TWICKENHAM TW1 3NJ
The friendliest pub-restaurant in the New Forest, the Empress of Blandings is named after PG Wodehouse’s legendary pig. Situated right on the edge of the New Forest National Park and only a few minutes’ drive from the M27, the Empress of Blandings is convenient for Paultons Theme Park, the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu and Lyndhurst.
ROMSEY ROAD COPYTHORNE Hants, COPYTHORNE SO40 2PF
Blandford Forum, Dorset
The Farquharson Arms is a short journey away from Hall & Woodhouse's historic brewery. We serve traditional home cooked food, and our friendly team are ready to welcome you to our traditional public house.
Pimperne, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 8TX
The Five Bells is a traditional country pub in the quaint village of Buriton in East Hampshire. With a lovely rustic outside seating area at the front of the pub and a selection of nooks and crannies to choose from inside this pub offers a setting for every occasion.
High Street, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 5RX
Kirdford, West Sussex
Hall & Woodhouse Pub of the Year 2010 The Foresters Arms Kirdford is a charming 17th Century village pub with wooden-beams, stone and brick floors and an inglenook fireplace, nestled in the quiet village of Kirdford in beautiful West Sussex. You can enjoy an al fresco meal or a leisurely game of boule in the secluded garden. We offer a varied and delicious menu, alongside a ‘Daily Specials’ board you will be spoilt for choice. ï»¿
The Green, Kirdford, West Sussex, RH14 0ND
Uckfield, East Sussex
Whether you're searching for a beautiful, spacious garden or a relaxing spot to enjoy a pint then you've found the perfect place. We're proud to offer tasty, traditional pub food served in a cosy and relaxing atmosphere. There’s parking, and families and dogs are very welcome. You can enjoy a variety of stunning walks close to the pub too.
High Street, Fairwarp, Uckfield, East Sussex TN22 3BP
Chichester, West Sussex
The Fountain is in the vibrant and exciting city of Chichester. With a casual area in the front of the pub which is perfect to enjoy a drink or a snack, there is also a dining area towards the rear of the pub to enjoy a meal or just to relax in. The Fountain is one of the few pubs in Chichester which has an external seating area which is a great place to watch the world go by.
29 Southgate, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1ES
The Fox Inn experience begins as soon as you leave the main road and drive through some of Dorset’s most stunning countryside, including the breathtaking views from Bulbarrow Hill. Once inside, you can dine in our traditional restaurant with oak panelling and low ceilings, or if you prefer you may dine in the light and airy setting of our garden restaurant which overlooks our tranquil, landscaped garden.
Ansty, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 7PN
Horsham, West Sussex
The Fox is a beautiful, traditional public house found in the village of Rudgwick, just a short drive for Horsham. The Sussex countryside is worth exploring and we have a family friendly walk from the pub which takes you through our stunning surroundings.
Bucks Green, Rudgwick, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 3JP
ARDINGLY, West Sussex
An ancient and truly beautiful pub-restaurant the Gardeners Arms is situated on the edge of rolling Sussex countryside. Right across the road from both the South of England Showground and Wakehurst Place (Kew’s 180 acre country garden in West Sussex), the Gardeners Arms is truly worth seeking out.
SELSFIELD ROAD ARDINGLY West Sussex, ARDINGLY RH17 6TJ
The George Inn is a traditional public house in the centre of Mere. It offers fantastic food, a great variety of drinks, a warm atmosphere and comfortable accommodation. The historic town has a variety of shops to visit and history to soak up.
Mere, Wiltshire BA12 6DR
Old Oxted, Surrey
The George Inn is a beautiful grade II listed former coaching inn originally built in the fifteenth century. This great British pub offers delicious honest food, freshly prepared with something to suit everyone. When it’s cold outside, keep warm by our roaring fires, and in the summer enjoy the great British outdoors on one of our two decked garden areas.
High Street, , Old Oxted, Surrey RH8 9LP
The George Inn is a traditional public house in the charming village of St Mary Bourne in Andover. There is accommodation, good food, award winning ales and friendly service. The village is very friendly with many community activities happening. There are also two golf courses a close distance from the public house.
St Mary Bourne, Andover, Hampshire SP11 6BG
CRAWLEY, West Sussex
A beautiful 16th Century Grade II listed pub-restaurant the Goffs Manor is located on the edge of Crawley next to the 50 acre Goffs Park (awarded the green flag for quality in 2008) with lakes, woodland walks, children’s play area and model railway. With plenty of parking, a wonderful garden area and duck pond the Goffs is the perfect venue for drinks, lunch and dinner.
OLD HORSHAM ROAD SOUTHGATE CRAWLEY West Sussex, CRAWLEY RH11 8PE
A contemporary pub-restaurant, the Grasshopper is conveniently located, just a short drive from Bournemouth and Poole. With a safe and friendly atmosphere, range of Badger Cask Ales and a varied menu featuring some real pub classics the Grasshopper is the perfect venue for a relaxed catch up with friends and family over drinks, lunch or dinner.
141 BOURNEMOUTH ROAD PARKSTONE Poole Dorset, Poole BH14 9HT
Welcome to the creeper-clad Greyhound Inn which stands in the tucked away village of Staple Fitzpaine and has been extended over the years into a series of rambling, connecting rooms providing a rustic mix of flagstone floors, old timbers and natural stone floors, and walls. A true haven for leisure seekers but within easy reach of Taunton (5 miles) and a 10 minute drive from the M5 (J25) to appeal to the business visitor.
Fitzpainie, Taunton, Somerset TA3 5SP
The Greyhound is situated in the heart of Blandford Forum; a historic market town which is a very pleasant town to visit. We welcome you to this old coaching inn which is full of charm. There are beautiful wooden ceiling beams as well as a log fire and dining area There is a lovely garden with plenty of seating too. Regular entertainment is planned as well as regular fundraising for local charities.
Market Place, Blandford, Dorset DT11 7EB
The Greyhound is a beautiful public house in the village of Aldbury just outside of Tring. We are proud to serve delicious food and a variety of fine wines and ales. Our team ensure that every guest enjoys their visit. We also have accommodation available which is well worth considering if you are looking for somewhere to stay in the beautiful Hertfordshire countryside.
19 Stock Road, Aldbury, Tring, Hertfordshire HP23 5RT
Chichester, West Sussex
The Gribble Inn is set in a lovely 16th century thatched cottage with the added bonus of its own on site brewery which produces a variety of seven ales which you can sample in the pub. The inside of the pub has two bars with welcoming log fires. There is also a separate skittle alley with its own bar which is available to hire.
Oving, Chichester, West Sussex PO20 2BP
The Grove Arms is a delightful 16th century Grade II listed country in and is located in the beautiful village of Ludwell, between the beautiful town of Shaftesbury and the historic city of Salisbury. The Grove Arms also has six en-suite letting rooms, which are a perfect base from which to explore the Nadder Valley and surrounding areas.
Ludwell, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 9ND
A beautiful and historic pub located at the gateway to Dorset on the edge of rolling Dorset and Wiltshire countryside. Convenient for Shaftesbury home of Gold Hill (made famous by the Hovis TV ad), Salisbury and the Blackmore Vale, the Half Moon is perfect for lunch, dinner and drinks.
SALISBURY ROAD SHAFTESBURY Dorset, SHAFTESBURY SP7 8BS
The Award Winning Halfway Inn is situated on the A4, between Newbury and Hungerford. This pub is a fantastic escape from the hustle of the motorway, we provide a fantastic atmosphere, friendly service and fabulous food.
Bath Road, Newbury, Berkshire RG20 8NR
A beautiful and historic pub located in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck at the gateway to Swanage and Sandown beaches, the Halfway is convenient for the historic village of Corfe Castle, and the market town of Wareham. With a large car park, secluded garden, large terrace and children’s play area the Halfway is perfect for drinks, lunch or dinner.
NORDEN NR CORFE CASTLE WAREHAM Dorset, WAREHAM BH20 5DU
“The Talk of the Town” – Sunday Mail. Hall & Woodhouse is a spectacular bar and restaurant, located in the heart of Bath. The venue is simply stunning with a spiralling staircase leading upward from the ground floor Bar, to the first floor Dining Room and onto the Roof Terrace bar (unique in Bath).
1 Old King Street BATH Somerset, BATH BA1 2JW
Hall & Woodhouse is a spectacular bar and restaurant, located right on the martina front in Portishead. The venue is simply stunning constructed out of recycled shipping containers that echo back to the nautical heritage of the area. The ground floor features a bar and relaxed dining area, whilst in the first floor dining room you can book to have dinner in your very own shipping container.
Chandlery Square, Newfoundland Way, Portishead, Avon BS20 7DF
HOVE, East Sussex
Brighton’s second most listed building (the Royal Pavillion’s the first) the Hangleton Manor is a beautiful and historic pub-restaurant. Located on the edge of Hove the Hangleton Manor has been has been wonderfully restored with a gorgeous garden and Dovecote and is convenient for exploring Brighton, the South Downs and the 3 mile long wildflower haven of Shoreham beach.
HANGLETON VALLEY DRIVE HOVE East Sussex, HOVE BN3 8AN
Originally a 16th Century farmhouse, this Grade Two listed building is home to one of Somerset’s most wonderful pubs. With bags of charm and excellent service and standards the Hankridge Arms is not to be missed. The delicious menu reflects our chef’s modern take on British food by having diverse and varied dishes for you to sample.
Hankridge Way, Riverside, Taunton, Somerset TA1 2LR
At the Harbour Inn, your welcome will always be a warm one. Our hospitable staff, rustic décor and cosy log fires combine to offer a haven for tourists, locals and families alike. The inn is located in the picturesque East Devon village of Axmouth, just a stone’s throw from the Axe Estuary. This makes it the perfect place for walkers, birdwatchers and wildlife enthusiasts to unwind.
Church Road, Axmouth, Devon EX12 4AF
West End, Surrey
The Hare and Hounds is a traditional public house in the beautiful area of West End in Surrey. There is a beautiful garden at the back of the pub, which is excellently landscaped. The menu has carefully been put together to make sure there is something for everyone, where possible the ingredients are sourced from local suppliers.
Brentmoor Road, West End, Surrey GU24 9QG
Nr Alton, Hampshire
The Hen and Chicken is a prominent public house situated on the busy A31, two miles north of Alton, towards Farnham. Built in 1749 it originally housed stage coaches. Today the Hen and Chicken is famous for delicious carvery’s which are available all day, every day from 12noon until 9pm.
Upper Froyle, Nr Alton, Hampshire GU34 4JH
The Hit or Miss is in the beautiful Buckinghamshire countryside, it is a large public house which is well worth a visit. You will find a warm welcome, traditional food, friendly service and award winning ale.
Penn Street Village, Penn Street, Amersham, Buckinghamshire HP7 0PX
HORSHAM, West Sussex
A cosy and welcoming atmosphere is guaranteed at the Hornbrook situated exactly one mile from Horsham on the main Brighton Road, overlooking fields. The Hornbrook boasts a large car park, garden and patio area it is perfect for drinks, lunch or dinner.
BRIGHTON ROAD HORSHAM West Sussex, HORSHAM RH13 6QA
The Horns Inn is in the village of Colehill, just outside of the historic market town of Wimborne. This is a beautiful pub which has won 'Wimborne in Bloom' a number of years in a row due to the stunning flowers planted each year. At the Horns you will find helpful team members, fabulous food and a beautiful garden!
Colehill, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7AA
Nr Fordingbridge, Hampshire
Homemade food, eggs from ‘happy’ hens, ales brewed from pure spring water and always value for money. Our garden is perfect for your little ones to play in, dogs are very welcome, and our team will always make you feel welcome. The Horse and Groom is definitely worth a visit, and if you are manage to leave our beautiful pub, then you can enjoy the famous New Forest and everything it has to offer.
Woodgreen, Nr Fordingbridge, Hampshire SP6 2AS
NEW MILTON, Hampshire
A contemporary pub-restaurant the House Martin is located minutes from the sea front at Barton-on-Sea on the edge of the beautiful New Forest National Park. Convenient for exploring Christchurch, Lymington and Bournemouth, the House Martin is the venue for drinks, lunch and dinner.
Christchurch Road, Barton-on-sea, New Milton, Hampshire BH25 6QF
Nr Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Winners of the Hall and Woodhouse 'Business Partner Public House of the Year 2015'. Emma and her team work hard to make sure ever guest enjoys their trip to the Huntsman. Enjoy the great food, fine wine and friendly service in this quaint public house.
Eridge, Nr Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN3 9LE
The Inn at Cranborne is a stunning 17th Century pub in the heart of the idyllic village of Cranborne, near Wimborne. Join us for a warm welcome, Hall & Woodhouse Badger Ales, seasonal menus with locally sourced ingredients and eight beautiful letting rooms. Our award winning chef creates fabulous food and our friendly team will ensure you visit is perfect.
Cranborne, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 5PP
Possibly the friendliest pub-restaurant in Hampshire, the Jekyll & Hyde is situated right on the edge of the Duke of Wellington’s estate. The Jekyll & Hyde is a perfect stop before (or after) visiting the 350 acre Wellington Country Park with its adventure play areas, miniature railway, forest maze, nature trails and vast array of wildlife.
HARTLEY WESPALL HOOK Hants, HOOK RG27 0AX
Arguably one of the most spectacular pub-restaurants in England, the Jolly Sailor is located right on the water, overlooking the Hamble Estuary with its flotillas of yachts, and accessible by boat from Swanwick Marina opposite.
Lands End Road, Old Burseldon, Southampton, Hampshire SO31 8DN
Horsham, West Sussex
This traditional English pub dates back to the 17th Century. It has a cosy and welcoming atmosphere, enhanced by a log fire, original oak wooden beams, stone and wooden flooring. We have fresh coffee, award winning ales, four TV’s one is 3D, Sky, ESPN, a patio area where we hold BBQs. We also do live music, pub quizzes, a pool and darts league and much more.
64 Bishopric, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1QN
The Kings Arms is situated in the lovely town of Shaftesbury in Dorset. The lovely old building is eye-catching and the traditional interior is definitely worth a look at, with timber beams and a large open fire which has the largest logs you have ever seen! Inside the pub is a games room which has a Poole table. There is also SKY TV to enjoy most sporting events.
Bleke Street, Shaftesbury, Dorset SP7 8JX
East Molesey, Surrey
The Kings Arms is a 300 year old inn located on the Northern edge of Hampton Court Palace just outside the Lions Gate.
Lion Gate, Hampton Court Road, East Molesey, Surrey KT8 9DD
Poole’s best kept secret is about to be unveiled - this lovely old pub can be traced back as far as 1678 and is believed to be the oldest operating pub in Poole. Today it is a busy public house serving both locals and visitors with great ale and excellent home cooked, old fashioned pub favourites on our menu.
High Street, Poole, Dorset BH15 1BP
West Wittering, West Sussex
A picture-postcard public house in West Wittering. The Lamb is a tradtionally English inn with fabulous food, and a great selection of ales and wines. The friendly team are always ready to welcome you to their lovely public house.
Chichester Road, West Wittering, West Sussex PO20 8QA
A beautiful pub-restaurant the Lighter is situated right on the water, overlooking the River Exe estuary. With beautiful views and cosy interiors the Lighter is convenient for Exeter and the Dartmoor National Park and is the perfect base for exploring the lovely Devon town of Topsham.
THE QUAY TOPSHAM Devon, TOPSHAM EX3 0HZ
Bognor Regis, West Sussex
We offer a delicious menu to suit all tastes and our restaurant offers both meat and fish specialities. Where possible we source our ingredients from local suppliers and prepare all our meals freshly. We have an excellent selection of fine wines, Badger Ales and chilled lagers. We are a child friendly pub and we also allow dogs. Food is served lunchtime and evenings, seven days a week.
Nyetimber Lane, Pagham, Bognor Regis, West Sussex PO21 3JX
The Lord Nelson is a fantastic quay side pub in Poole. The pub is on the waterfront with a large outside area where customers can sit and enjoy the fresh sea air. Food is served in the pub all day and the menu offers some traditional English pub grub. There is entertainment including live music and discos.
The Quay, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HJ
Situated in the picturesque coastal village of West Lulworth, the Lulworth Cove Inn is steeped in history with links to King Henry VIII, Napoleon and Thomas Hardy. Set within a Natural World Heritage Site on the Jurassic Coast, the Lulworth Cove Inn is close to some stunning coastal scenery including Lulworth Cove, Durdle Door and Kimmeridge Bay.
MAIN ROAD LULWORTH COVE Wareham Dorset, Wareham BH20 5RQ
Nr Dorchester, Dorset
The Martyrs Inn is an award winning pub in the heart of Tolpuddle serving the village and visitors alike. Come along and enjoy the informal atmosphere, contemporary styling and our outside, large, south facing patio and enjoy a leisurely drink or meal. Select from a wide range of dishes made from locally sourced, fresh produce.
Tolpuddle, Nr Dorchester, Dorset DT2 7ES
NR SEVENOAKS, Kent
A friendly village pub-restaurant, the Moat sits just outside the Kent village of Wrotham notable for its 13th century church of St George and Wrotham Beacon, site of the very first FM broadcast tower in England. Old furniture, pictures, blackboards and books, flagstones and fires give relaxed and comfortable surroundings, whilst the lovely garden provides the perfect backdrop for lazy spring days.
LONDON ROAD WROTHAM NR SEVENOAKS Kent, NR SEVENOAKS TN15 7RR
London, London & Middlesex
One of London's gems - the Monkey Puzzle is a traditional pub found off of South Gardens. You will always be made to feel at home in this public house, which has become key to the local community. Come and enjoy our home cooked food and our award winning ales.
30 Southwick Street, off Sussex Gardens, London W2 1JQ
A friendly pub-restaurant on the edge of the New Forest National Park the Monmouth Ash is convenient for Bournemouth and the perfect venue for drinks, lunch and dinner after exploring Moors Valley Country Park.
MANOR ROAD VERWOOD Dorset, VERWOOD BH31 6DT
NR TEIGNMOUTH, Devon
The Ness is situated right on the water, overlooking the Teign estuary with it’s flotilla of yachts. With beautiful views, a fantastic terrace, warm interiors and ample parking the Ness is arguably the most beautiful pub-restaurant in England.
NESS DRIVE SHALDON NR TEIGNMOUTH Devon, NR TEIGNMOUTH TQ14 0HP
Nr Basingstoke, Hampshire
The New Inn is situated in Heckfield, just outside of Basingstoke. The team at the New Inn pride themselves on their great service, high quality food and drink, and the warmest of welcomes. You can enjoy the pub restaurant, the rooms in the hotel, and the conference and private function facilities.
Heckfield, Nr Basingstoke, Hampshire RG27 0LE
Hall & Woodhouse's Public House of the Year in 2010, The New Inn is definitely worth a trip too. Situated in the heart of the histroric city of Salisbury, known for its stunning Cathedral, The New Inn has much to see and do on its doorstep. There is accommodation available, delicious food, and a stunning garden. Make sure you visit The New Inn soon!
New Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP1 2PH
Horsham, West Sussex
The Norfolk Arms is a traditional rural Horsham pub. It is open all day serving lunchtime and evening food including Sunday Roasts. On Thursday’s we have a Chinese Takeaway, and we have food special offers throughout the week. There is pool, darts, and discos and karaoke nights. The beer garden is perfect to enjoy the summer sun, and inside there is a warm and cosy atmosphere.
Crawley Road, Roffey, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 4NB
The Oddfellows in Wimborne is a quaint public house set in the historic and beautiful town of Wimborne. The town itself has much to see and do, and while you are there the Oddfellows is worth a visit, it is the one of the smallest pubs in England. Although small, it is full of character, there is a fantastic atmosphere with in the pub and the friendly staff are ready and waiting to greet all customers.
Church Street, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 1JH
Welcome to the fantastic Old Farmhouse in Nailsea which is steeped in history. This beautiful public house offers all its guests a great experience. From the contemporary yet traditional atmosphere created through the décor to the delicious meals available.
Trendlewood Way, Nailsea, Bristol, Somerset BS48 2PF
A Beautiful pub restaurant, The Old Granary is situated right on the river Frome with uninterrupted views of the Purbeck Hills. A perfect for a spot of lunch or dinner whilst exploring the lovely Dorset town of Wareham, the Isle of Purbeck and Corfe Castle.
THE QUAY WAREHAM Dorset, WAREHAM BH20 4LP
WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR, Devon
Situated in the heart of Dartmoor National Park the Old Inn is a famous and historic pub-restaurant. The Old Inn boasts a large Garden with stunning views of the Moors (a great place to watch the sunset), and is the perfect base for exploring the Moors with it's famous landmarks like Haytor Rocks and the wonderful "Cathedral of the Moor".
WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR Devon, WIDECOMBE IN THE MOOR TQ13 7TA
The Old Inn is a traditional country pub, found in the beautiful village of Holt, on the outskirts of Wimborne. The pub serves delicious, home cooked traditional English dishes and excellent, authentic Chinese meals. There is seating at the front of the pub, perfect to catch the sunset from, as well as a large garden at the rear.
Holt, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 7DJ
LONDON, London & Middlesex
A very friendly pub, beloved by guests the Old Nick is a traditional pub in the centre of London. Located in the Holborn area in the centre of London the Old Nick is close to Covent Garden and Fleet Street. With an Open Plan layout, island bar and wooden flooring the Old Nick is well worth a visit
20-22 SANDLAND STREET LONDON, LONDON WC1R 4PZ
A beautiful and elegant pub-restaurant the Olive Branch is situated a minutes walk from the heart of the lovely historic Dorset town of Wimborne. With a secluded riverside garden and terrace the Olive Branch is the perfect place for a spot of lunch or dinner whilst exploring this historic area and is convenient for Badbury Rings, the Iron Age hill and the National Trust’s Kingston Lacy House. Now stay with us in one of our 1777.Georgian England themed rooms at The Albion located just around the corner from The Olive Branch.
EAST BOROUGH WIMBORNE Dorset, WIMBORNE BH21 1PF
Billingshurst, West Sussex
The Onslow Arms in set between the River Lox and the Wey and Arun canal. It has two large gardens, one which has a children’s play area making the pub an ideal venue for families. The pub is also a great destination for walkers, and those wanting a trip on the canal. We serve traditional pub food to perfection.
Loxwood, Billingshurst, West Sussex RH14 0RD
A famous and historic pub-restaurant situated right on the beach at hill head the Osborne View is perfect for lunch, dinner and seaside drinks. Built down from the cliff at Hill Head, the Osborne View boasts a 70m beach front garden with superb views across the Solent to the Isle of Wight and Osborne House.
HILL HEAD ROAD HILL HEAD FAREHAM Hants, FAREHAM PO14 3JP
Brighton, East Sussex
The Park Cresent is a traditional public house. Enjoy fine food, Sunday roast dinners, excellent ales and friendly service. We also have a beer garden and we welcome your four legged friends to our great pub.
39 Park Crescent Terrace, Brighton, East Sussex BN2 3HE
The Peacock Farm is a friendly pub-restaurant in the heart of Royal Berkshire. Located at Jennetts Park, a new housing and community development between Bracknell and Wokingham, close to the A329 (“Berkshire Way”). The Peacock Farm boasts ample parking and two beautiful gardens, making it the perfect place for a relaxing lunch, dinner or just a quiet drink. We welcome dogs to enjoy our picturesque gardens, but reserve the inside for our guests.
PEACOCK LANE BRACKNELL Berks, BRACKNELL RG12 8SS
Lewes, East Sussex
The Pelham Arms is a traditional public house at the top of Lewes High Street. Built circa 1640, this quintessential Sussex pub has original oak beams, an inglenook fireplace and is full of age-old charm. Located in the centre of the South Downs national park, makes it the perfect spot for walkers and visitors exploring the region.
St. Anne's Hill, Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 1XL
A small yet charming village pub. The Plough is full of character and the ambience is warm and friendly. Whether you are looking for a spot of lunch or an award winning pint of Badger Ale, the Plough can accommodate you.
Church Road, Leigh, Reigate, Surrey RH2 8NJ
Crawley, West Sussex
Originally built in 1910, the Plough Inn was a traditional coaching pub located on the outskirts of Crawley next to a 15th Century church. The town of Ifield is steeped in history and was mentioned in the Doomsday book. The Plough serves a selection of home cooked dishes using locally sourced ingredients where possible.
Ifield Street, Ifield, Crawley, West Sussex RH11 0NN
We serve quality, freshly cooked homemade food, whether you want an informal light lunch, a get together with friends or family, a business meeting with lunch or a special celebration to be remembered we can cater for your specific needs.?
Portsmouth Rd, Bursledon, Southampton SO31 8BT
Nr Chard, Somerset
The Poppe Inn is a quaint public house in Tatworth which serves traditional food and award winning ale. You will receive a warm welcome from the friendly team, and the pub is the perfect place to visit when you are exploring the beautiful countryside in Somerset.
Tatworth, Nr Chard, Somerset TA20 2NZ
The Portsmouth Arms is a picturesque pub, located on the edge of Hatch Warren. With a beautiful thatched roof, the Portsmouth Arms is stocked with a range of Badger Cask Ales and a great value for money menu it’s the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Hatch Warren Lane, Hatch Warren, Basingstoke RG22 4RA
The Portsmouth Hoy is ideally located for watching events that take place throughout the year on Poole Quay. Rediscover the social ambience and charm of a historic pub on Poole Quay. The Portsmouth Hoy is situated right in the heart with beautiful views of the Harbour. It stills boasts many of its historic features, and has a warm, welcoming feel from the moment you enter.
The Quay, Poole, Dorset BH15 1HJ
London, London & Middlesex
Situated in beautiful Bayswater, the Prince Edward is a fantastic public house. The friendly team make sure all guests are made to feel welcome, and the menu contains all the pub classics you would expect to see. There is plenty of entertainment at the pub and we are more than happy to recommend things to do and see in London too.
73 Princes Square, Bayswater, London W2 4NY
Horsham, West Sussex
The Queens Head is a traditional community pub which offers customers a warm welcome. You will find our lovely beer garden, a function room available to hire, and a sports bar. We also host regular live music and we serve traditional food and the menu includes many British favourites. We also have comfortable accommodation available on a bed and breakfast basis.
Queen Street, Horsham, West Sussex RH13 5AA
Nestled halfway along the Chalke Valley about 8 miles from Salisbury, you’ll find one of the most friendly and inviting pubs in Wiltshire. Located in the centre of the quintessentially English village of Broadchalke, the 18th Century pub has been the hub of the village for almost 150 years, and still retains all the charm and character you’d expect.
North Street, Broad Chalke, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 5EN
A beautiful 16th century, listed pub-restaurant the Queens College Arms is owned by Queens College, Oxford. Located on the edge of Basingstoke with a large car park, garden and children’s play area and lovingly restored panelled walls and oak floors the Queens College Arms is the perfect place for lunch or dinner.
ALDERMASTON ROAD PAMBER END TADLEY Hants, TADLEY RG26 5QR
Winner of the Hall & Woodhouse Best Community Pub 2011. The Red Lion is a classic well-run historic town pub. It has avoided the temptation to offer food and is now an all too rare example of somewhere to enjoy a drink in a great atmosphere. Boasting a separate games bar complete with mega screen TV to enjoy watching your favourite sports on.
High Street, Gillingham, Dorset SP8 4AA
The Red lion is situated in the village of Stuminster Marshall close to Wimborne and Blandford. It is a typical English Country Inn with an extensive car park, and garden for al fresco dining or just relaxing. A full al a carte menu is available six days a week, alongside our ever popular three courses for
Church Street, Sturminster Marshall, Wimborne, Dorset BH21 4BU
The Red Lion is a delightful pub in the beautiful village of Winfrith just outside Dorchester. The pub is a quaint, traditional pub with a friendly and helpful team ready and waiting to welcome you. There are three letting rooms available with the pub which you can book in advance, they are all en-suite and make a fantastic base to explore Dorset from - we are only three miles from Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door.
Winfrith, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 8LE
The Red Lion is a charming public house in Berkshire. This traditional pub serves home cooked food daily, the the team offer a friendly welcome and you will always enjoy your visit. Make sure you leave time to explore the beautiful countryside around the pub because there is much to see and do.
Church Road, Mortimer West End, Reading, Berkshire RG7 2HU
Eastbourne, East Sussex
A welcoming, warm and friendly pub run serving delicious food, well-kept Badger ales. Situated in a beautiful village surroundings and great location at the foot of the South Downs. So why not come and visit, soak up the atmosphere and relax in the bar or south west facing garden. The Red Lion, Willingdon is famously mentioned in George Orwell
99 Wish Hill, Willingdon, Eastbourne, East Sussex BN20 9HQ
Horsham, West Sussex
Situated on the exclusive Northside of Horsham, the Rising Sun prides itself on its traditional values. Our food menu contains a variety of delicious dishes for you to enjoy. Eat in our small and cosy restaurant or in our quaint courtyard garden during the summer months.
41 Pondtail Road, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 5HP
A very friendly pub, beloved by guests minutes from the heart of the lovely and historic Dorset town of Wimborne (with its beautiful Minster). With 100 meters of riverside terrace, the Rising Sun is the perfect place for a quick lunch and long drinks. Serving a range of award winning local Badger ale and with frequent events, the Rising Sun is worth checking out.
38 East Street Wimborne Dorset, Wimborne BH21 1DX
Rowlands Castle, Hampshire
The Robin Hood is situated in the quaint village of Rowland’s Castle in South East Hampshire. The village is popular with walkers and cyclists as a point just off the South Downs National Park and neighbouring The Stansted Estate. The menu has been carefully put together to include a variety of pub favourites. The accommodation is reasonably priced, and is very comfortable.
26 The Green, Rowlands Castle, Hampshire PO9 6AB
The Rose and Crown has been serving ale for at least 450 years. Situated in the beautiful village of Longburton this lovely country pub is definitely worth a trip to. Our quaint, village pub has two en-suite letting rooms in a quiet annex available all year. We are more than happy to recommend some stunning places to visit in Dorset whilst you stay with us, there are many wonderful sites to see and places to explore.
Longburton, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 5PD
South Petherton, Somerset
The Royal Oak is a lovely country pub which is only a short distance from the A303. It has a large garden and attracts families who are looking for a traditional, characterful pub to enjoy. It is a stone building, with a beautiful thatched roof.
Over Stratton, South Petherton, Somerset TA13 5LQ
Set in idyllic rolling English countryside, The Scarlett Arms can be found in Walliswood in Southern Surrey on the border with West Sussex. It is equidistant from Horsham, Dorking and the large village of Cranleigh. The area is a mecca for cyclists and walkers and anyone who appreciates the great British countryside.
Walliswood, Ockley, Surrey RH5 5RD
NR PETERSFIELD, Hampshire
A friendly pub-restaurant in the beautiful village of Stroud just to the west of Petersfield the Seven Stars is perfect for watching the world go by. Old furniture, pictures, blackboards and books, flagstones and fires give relaxed and comfortable surroundings, and a lovely terrace and garden provide the perfect backdrop for lazy days.
56 Winchester Road, Stroud GU32 3PG
LONDON, London & Middlesex
A very friendly pub, beloved by guests the Shaston Arms is a traditional English pub. Located in the lively Soho area of central London, close to Leicester Square and Piccadilly Circus, the Shaston Arms is well worth a visit.
4-6 GANTON STREET LONDON, LONDON W1S 7QN
LONDON, London & Middlesex
A very friendly pub, beloved by guests the Ship & Shovell is one of the most unusual pubs in London. Located a few minutes walk from Charing Cross station and close to the Embankment the Ship & Shovell is on two sides of the street with the cellar linking the two sides below. On the north side is a large traditional welcoming London Victorian pub whilst across the way the snug bars and alcoves make this the perfect place to drop in for a pint to escape the London fog or the tourist hordes.
1 CRAVEN PASSAGE CHARING CROSS LONDON, LONDON WC2N 5PH
The Ship Inn is a friendly pub-restaurant beloved by it's locals on Custom House Quay in the middle of Weymouth. With a wide selction of Badger Ales, and a varied menu the Ship Inn is the perfect place to stop and relax after a busy day shopping or at the beach.
CUSTOM HOUSE QUAY WEYMOUTH Dorset, WEYMOUTH DT4 8BE
The Ship Inn at Wool has recently undergone refurbishment and has been tastefully updated to retain its original character and personality. We have an extensive car park and a lovely, spacious garden with a children’s play area. At The Ship you will find a place for everyone, whether you choose our airy bar, our relaxed dining area, the cosy restaurant or our lovely large garden. We offer free wi-fi throughout.??
Dorchester Road, Wool, Wareham BH20 6EQ
Nestled in the heart of Dorset and run by experienced, award winning licensees, the Silent Woman is a complete gem. A traditional inn, with traditional values, the Silent Woman is all you would expect and more. We design our own menus around the local raw ingredients we source and we can accommodate most dietary needs. Our beautiful gardens are a haven for families, allowing adults alone to enjoy the tranquillity offered inside.
Coldharbour, Wareham, Dorset BH20 7PA
The Silver Plough ensures you a warm welcome and attentive service. It is a classic public house with beams, hop festoons, delicious homemade food, and fine ales and wines. We also have a skittle alley which can be privately booked, as well as two en-suite bedrooms.
Pitton, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 1DU
Pitton, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP5 1DU
We are delighted to present the Six Bells. It is located in the heart of Newdigate village in Surrey. This charming pub serves delicious food by the friendly team. Outside there is a small patio-terrace to the front, and beautiful, extensive gardens.
Village Street, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey RH5 5DH
Billingshurst, West Sussex
The Six Bells is a traditional pub, found on the High Street in the centre of Billingshurst. The pub provides a great place for a quick bite to eat, or to meet friends for a relaxing beer. We have a beautiful restaurant, which is hidden away at the back of the pub. There is a wonderful beer garden in the front that would suit any country pub.
76 High Street, Billingshurst, West Sussex RH14 9QS
A famous and historic pub-restaurant, the Smugglers Inn is nestled between the cliffs above Weymouth right on the coastal path. The Smugglers Inn is a fantastic Dorset institution with a large garden by a stream, cosy interiors, four lovely bedrooms, a large car park, terrace and play area. The Smugglers is the perfect base for exploring the Jurassic Coast, Weymouth and it’s beaches.
OSMINGTON MILLS WEYMOUTH Dorset, WEYMOUTH DT3 6HF
Haywards Heath, West Sussex
The Snow Drop is a beautiful, picture postcard pub in the historical village of Lindfield. The village has a rich historic and architectural heritage, there is also access to the main train line from Brighton to London. Sample our varied, freshly prepared, homemade menu, you can either dine al fresco on our stunning patio garden or enjoy our traditional lounge dining area.
Snowdrop Lane, Lindfield, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 2QE
Arundel, West Sussex
This traditional public house is situated next to the historic Arundle Cathedral, just a short distance from the stunning castle. The St Mary's Gate has accommodation available which is perfect to explore the local town from. We serve home made traditional food and award winning Badger Ales.
London Road, Arundel, West Sussex BN18 9BA
A friendly village pub-restaurant the St Peters Finger boasts one of the best chef teams in Dorset serving honest and delicious food. Situated on the edge of the beautiful Isle of Purbeck in the picturesque village of Lytchett Minster, the St Peters Finger is convenient for Poole, Wareham & the attractions at Tower Park.
DORCHESTER ROAD LYTCHETT MINSTER POOLE Dorset, POOLE BH16 6JE
LONDON, London & Middlesex
The St. Stephen's Tavern is the closest pub to Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) situated right across the road from the Houses of Parliament. A traditional pub beloved by guests the St Stephens Tavern was originally built in 1873 and then refurbished in 2003 after being closed for 15 years, many of the original fittings have been bought back to use including a division bell which rings giving a warning sign that there is two minutes to vote.
10 BRIDGE STREET WESTMINSTER LONDON, LONDON SW1A 2JR
A truly beautiful find, the Stag in Petworth is a lovely public house in the heart of the countryside. The team at the Stag always offer a warm welcome and the menu has been put together with care ensuring there is something exciting for every guest to sample.
Balls Cross, Nr Petworth, West Sussex GU28 9JP
Blandford Forum, Dorset
Nestling on the edge of the River Stour, and within 100 metres walk to the historic Georgian town of Blandford Forum in Dorset, the tranquil Stour Inn has been welcoming visitors new and old for almost 450 years. The main menu is complimented with a special’s menu and a traditional roast on Sundays.
5 Blandford St Mary, Blandford Forum, Dorset DT11 9LH
Horsham, West Sussex
This is a comfortable, bustling town centre public house. Situated in Horsham's famed Carfax, Ye Old Stout House is an ideal place to stop for a refreshing break from the shopping, or to simply pass the time of day. Our team are friendly and our pub is full of character. Sandwiches and rolls are served at lunchtime.
29 Carfax, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1EE
A friendly community pub, beloved by guests the Strawberry Field Tavern is located in the Locks Heath retail shopping centre between Southampton and Fairham, and is close to attractions such as Titchfield Abbey and the coastal area of Hamble.
Locks Heath District Centre, Southampton SO31 6DX
If you're looking for a sports and music pub in Godalming, look no further than The Sun Inn. We are located in Godalming town centre and we open our doors to the local community every day of the year. We serve fresh food daily in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Whether you want a quick drink after work or a traditional pub lunch with your friends we provide the perfect setting.
1 Wharf Street, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1NN
Sturminster Newton, Dorset
Conveniently located between the main town car park and the High Street the pub offers great lunchtime food choice and a host of activities and promotions in the evenings. Also a choice of outside areas to make the most of balmy summer days are at your disposal. There is also a first floor function room and skittle alley available for hire for parties, meetings etc
Market Place, Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1AR
The Sweet Home Inn is a traditional pub just north of Poole town centre. Also close to Poole Park, great to take the family to, activities include a miniature railway, a jungle playground, a lake with swans and much more. Home cooked food is served daily and there is an excellent selection of Badger Ales, Lagers and wines.
Ringwood Road, Parkstone, Dorset BH14 0RF
A friendly pub-restaurant located on the edge of Southampton the Talisman is beloved by its guests. The Talisman boasts a large car park, secluded garden and is convenient for West Quay in Southampton, Gunwharf Quays at Portsmouth, Whiteley Village outlet centre and the M27. Serving honest and delicious food and great real ales, it’s the perfect place to relax and unwind.
BRIDGE ROAD PARK GATE SOUTHAMPTON Hants, SOUTHAMPTON SO31 7GD
Nestling in the heart of Maidencombe, a pretty picture postcard village in the Torbay countryside but only 300m from the beach is the beautiful Thatched Tavern. Drink or Dine in the cosy bar and cottage with roaring log fires in the winter, our light and airy restaurant or Al Fresco in the fantastic award winning garden that surrounds the pub. Stay in one of our two comfortable en-suite bedrooms.
Steep Hill, Maidencombe, Torquay, Devon TQ1 4TS
The Milk Churn opened in July 2014, and is a brand new location for Hall & Woodhouse. It is located on the A350, and within walking distance of the Kennett and Avon canal.?
Horsham, West Sussex
A beautiful and elegant pub-restaurant which is only a short distance from the heart of the lovely and historic town of Horsham, which has a beautifully landscaped town centre! With a secluded terrace, a delightfully restored listed interior, a friendly team and delicious food, The Olive Branch is the perfect place to take a break from shopping or to enjoy a lovely evening meal.
12 Bishopric, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 1QR
The Sloop is a warm and welcoming pub and restaurant in the heart of Poole. Close to the A35 you can easily travel to Poole quay or Bournemouth town centre. The pub is a central part of the local community, newly renovated; it offers a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. The pub has a spacious function area which can be used for private hire for meetings or small parties as well as a lovely, modern garden and large car-parking facilities to the rear of the building. It is known for its great selection of home cooked traditional food, including all of the usual pub favourites you would expect to see.
Commercial Road, Poole, Dorset BH14 0HU
The True Lovers Knot is a traditional village pub set in the heart of the beautiful Dorset countryside in the breathtaking Tarrant Valley. All out food is homemade using the highest quality locally sourced produce, including free-range beef from Preston Farm which is across the road from the pub! We have four luxury en-suite rooms, as well as a four-poster bedroom. We also offer the best equipped caravan and camping site in the area.
Tarrant Keyneston, Blandford, Dorset DT11 9JG
Bitton, Bristol, Somerset
The Upton Inn is a traditional country pub serving good old fashioned pub food in the beautiful village of Upton Cheyney, near Bitton. We are open all day from 12pm and serve delicious homemade food. Our beautiful public house and garden is well worth a visit.
Brewery Hill, Upton Cheyney, Bitton, Bristol, Somerset BS30 6LY
Worthing, West Sussex
The Vine is a traditional pub which is located in the heart of the local community. Serving fantastic, home cooked food and a variety of great ales this pub offers something for everyone. There is also a lovely garden at the rear of the pub which is a perfect spot to have a quiet drink in the summer months. The Vine has some great entertainment throughout the week including a great range of live bands.
27-29 High Street, Tarring, Worthing, West Sussex BN14 7NN
Nr Dorking, Surrey
Welcome to The Volunteer, which is a traditional 16th Century public house situated in the beautiful hamlet of Sutton Abinger, near Dorking. We aim to provide great pub food at reasonable prices, accompanied with traditional open log fires and a warm, friendly atmosphere. The beautiful surroundings of Surrey Hills are very popular with Mountain bikers, walkers and dog walkers alike.
Water Eaton Lane, Sutton Abinger, Nr Dorking, Surrey RH5 6PR
Midhurst, West Sussex
The Wheatsheaf lies in the leafy, picturesque village of Midhurst. The pub has a beautiful courtyard which is perfect to enjoy the summer sun. Traditional pub food is served all day. Entertaining guests is key at the Wheatsheaf and the team host a variety of events to achieve this. Poker evenings, quiz nights, monthly comedy nights and much more keeps the Wheatsheaf an exciting venue.
Wool Lane, Rumbolds Hill, Midhurst, West Sussex GU29 9BY
Nestled in the heart of the Woodford Valley, the Wheatsheaf is a delightful, unspoilt pub. The Wheatsheaf boats a large Garden, children's play areas and ample parking and is the perfect part of the day out in Wiltshire. The Wheatsheaf is convenient for exploring the nearby Heale House (unchanged since Charles II hid there in 1651) with it's beautiful riverside gardens or the ancient monument Stonehenge.
WOODFORD SALISBURY Wilts, SALISBURY SP4 6NQ
We have a genuine enthusiasm for food and want this to shine through everything we do. From the first cooked meal of the day to the last fresh coffee of the evening, consistent quality is paramount. Our close-knit team of chefs fervently believe that offering the best food revolves entirely around the very freshest, locally sourced ingredients, simply prepared and elegantly presented.
Swannhill Road, , Colyford, Devon EX24 6QQ
The White Hart is a beautiful pub in the historic town of Sherborne, a market-town in northwest Dorset which is famous for its Abbey, Castle and Manor House. The pub is famous for food. The award winning chef works hard to prepare delicious, home cooked meals containing locally sourced ingredients. The team at the White Hart look forward to welcoming you soon.
2 Cheap Street, Sherborne, Dorset DT9 3PX
The White Hart is a beautiful, cosy, village pub which is definitely worth a visit. There is a small car park to the rear of the pub, a dining area for you to sample the delicious food. The pub offers a warm and friendly welcome, there is an open fire. Outside there is a lovely beer garden too.
201 Ringwood Road, Longham, Wimborne, Dorset BH22 9AB
Henfield, West Sussex
Only a short drive from Brighton and the sweeping South Downs, The White Hart is conveniently situated just off the High Street in historic Henfield. Dating back to the 17th Century, the establishment boasts all the classic features of an old English pub: exposed oak beams, a large open fireplace and squashy Chesterfield sofas you can sink comfortably into.
High Street, Henfield, West Sussex BN5 9HP
Sturminster Newton, Dorset
The White Hart is a traditional Dorset market town pub that dates back to the start of the 1700's. It is an unspoilt thatched pub complete with a large car park and lovely garden. Internally it has a traditional bar which is full of character and charm with an unusual copper topped servery and feature copper topped fire-place. On the second floor there is a function room and skittle alley this room can also be hired for parties.
Market Place, Sturminster Newton, Dorset DT10 1AN
This is a secluded public house within easy access to South Bristol and Weston Super Mare. There is a large, landscaped garden which is a popular spot in the summer month. Good food is served daily and the menu has a variety of dishes available. The White Hart is also only a short distance from Cadbury Garden Centre which is one of the largest in the country.
Wrington Road, Congresbury, Somerset BS49 5AR
Haywards Heath, West Sussex
A traditional pub found in the charming village of Cuckfield. We serve home cooked food on Tuesday through to Sunday, we also serve authentic Thai meals in the evenings from Monday through to Saturday. The team provide a friendly atmosphere and a warm welcome.
South Street, Cuckfield, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH17 5LB
ISLE OF WIGHT, Isle of Wight
The most famous pub-restaurant on the island the Wight Mouse boasts spectacular unparalleled views over the sea down to the needles and Tennyson Down. Convenient for the beaches at Blackgang Chine and Ventnor, with a large south-facing terrace and garden, indoor children’s soft play area and outdoor playground no visit to the Island is complete without eating at the Wight Mouse.
NEWPORT ROAD CHALE ISLE OF WIGHT, ISLE OF WIGHT PO38 2HA
The Woodman is a charming London pub, nestling behind Battersea Square in SW11. Steeped in history, this hidden gem is known for serving fabulous award-winning ales and delicious food – rustic dining at its very best. The menu and daily specials provide a true taste of the seasons with fresh produce locally sourced from nearby new Covent Garden market.
60 Battersea High Street, Battersea, London SW11 3HX
NR BLANDFORD, Dorset
One of Dorset’s landmarks, the Worlds End is located on the A31 between Poole & Dorchester. This beautiful Dorset longhouse marks the gateway to West Dorset, now a pub-restaurant serving delicious food the World’s End boasts beautiful country views, a large terrace and gardens, ample parking and great children’s play area, it’s the perfect pub for lunch or dinner.
ALMER NR BLANDFORD Dorset, NR BLANDFORD DT11 9EW
NR WORTHING, West Sussex
One of Sussex’s landmarks, the World’s End is a beautiful Sussex longhouse located next to Patching Lake just North of the A27 between Worthing and Arundel. This beautiful Sussex longhouse has beautiful views across to the South Downs, a large garden, play area and ample parking. It’s the perfect pub for lunch or dinner.
Arundel Road, Patching, Nr Worthing BN13 3UQ
One of Taunton’s landmarks this beautiful Somerset Victorian house has been converted into a famous pub-restaurant. Located on the A38 between Taunton and Wellington The World's End boasts a secluded terrace, a delightfully restored interior, ample parking and on long summer evenings the patio is particularly atmospheric with tables arranged around an open fire pit, it’s the perfect pub for lunch or dinner.
BRADFORD-ON-TONE TAUNTON Somerset, TAUNTON TA4 1ET
A contemporary and friendly pub-restaurant the Yachtsman (as it’s name would suggest) is minutes from the sea. Situated on the edge of Poole Harbour the Yachtsman is convenient for Poole Quay and Poole Harbour with it’s attractions like the world famous Brownsea Island (one of the last places you can see Red Squirrels in the UK). With a large car-park, terrace and children’s play area it is perfect for drinks, lunch or dinner.
The Yachtsman will be closed from Tuesday 22nd April and will reopen again on Saturday 3rd May 2014.
LAKE ROAD HAMWORTHY POOLE Dorset, POOLE BH15 4LW
East Meon, Hampshire
Ye Olde George Inn is a delightful 15th century coaching inn, set in the heart of some of Hampshire's most beautiful countryside. The pub is a beautiful historic building with the River Meon running by the side. We can recommend delightful walks along the South Downs Way.
Church Street, East Meon, Hampshire GU32 1NH