The Old House at Home, Romsey
Romsey's only thatched pub, The Old House at Home is an anomaly - a quintessential country pub in the heart of town! A special place to eat and drink, this historic pub dates back to the 16th century.
The Pilgrim Inn, Marchwood
Offering sublime accommodation for New Forest visitors, The Pilgrim Inn in Marchwood is one of the region's best hotels. Near Southampton and just half a mile from the Forest, the thatched Pilgrim Inn allows you to explore the area from a luxurious base.
The Ship Inn, Langstone
The Ship Inn a country pub in the finest traditions,offering locally caught seafood, comprehensive drinks menu and an opportunity to relax outside while watching the sun set over Langstone's harbour.
The Spotted Cow, Cowplain
One of Waterlooville's best family pubs, The Spotted Cow, Cowplain, just outside Portsmouth, will delight you with tasty fresh food, delicious drink, and an outside play area perfect for the kids.
The White Hart, Stockbridge
A traditional 16th century coaching inn set in the heart of Stockbridge. The place enjoys a reputation for a fine English breakfast and prides itself on a family friendly atmosphere.
The William Walker, Winchester
William Walker was a diver who shored up and saved Winchester Cathedral, so it is fitting that our new dining room will give great views of the beautiful building.
The Wine Vaults, Southsea
A quirky traditional pub in Southsea, The Wine Vaults is situated on the famous Albert Road and houses five bars on three different floors.