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Microbrewery delights in a friendly village pub

At a glance

Bar menu
Beer festival
Open all year
Garden
Kids play area
Dog friendly

A huge chimney, known as a baffle entry, blocks your way on entering this 17th-century pub. You have to turn left or right, but it doesn't matter which, for either way you’ll find homely bars with hop-strewn beams, a huge fireplace, Bowman Ales Swift One, Ringwood Fortyniner, local guest ales and Mr Whitehead's cider. The menu will please those who enjoy, for example, Welsh rarebit with Suthwyk Ale; local hand-made pork sausages and mash; home-made steak and kidney pie; locally-smoked duck breast salad. A beer festival takes place on the first weekend in October. Eighteenth-century naturalist and author Gilbert White lived at The Wakes just up the road.

Opening hours

  • Open all year
  • Open all week
  • Opening times: 11–3 6–11 (Saturday 11–11 Sunday 12–11)
  • Lunch: Monday to Saturday 12–2, Sunday 12–3
  • Dinner: Monday to Saturday 7–9, Sunday 7–8.30

Food and drink

  • Real ales available: Ringwood Fortyniner, Bowman Ales Swift One, local guest ales
  • Real ciders: Mr Whitehead's

Price guide

  • Credit cards accepted

Events

  • Beer festival, 1st weekend October

Facilities

  • Parking available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garden
  • Coach parties welcome, notice required
  • Wedding receptions

Children

  • Children welcome
  • Children's menu
  • Play area available
  • High chairs

Dogs

  • Dog friendly
  • Allowed in garden

Getting here

From A3 take B3006, pub in village centre.

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