Our pub collection
Our unique collection of premium inns are located in some of the most beautiful locations across Hampshire and the South of England.
Every pub has its own individual charm and character unique to its location and local community. But whatever pub you choose to visit, they all share some of key elements to make your visit special that make them as appealing on a cold winters day beside a roaring open fire or a summers day in the beautiful terraces and gardens. Premium but informal country style dining, a well stocked bar with a fine selection of local ales, a warm friendly welcome, and in the majority of inns boutique country bedrooms.
The George Inn
Situated on the river banks in the charming village of Longbridge Deverill, south of Warminster in Wiltshire. Close to Longleat and Stonehenge, and within easy reach of Bath and Salisbury. A traditional coaching inn set within an acre of grassland.
For more details visit The George Inn website.
The Bunk Inn
Tucked away in the small village of Curridge, the Bunk Inn is a tranquil base to explore the local area. Just four miles from the market town of Newbury and two miles from the M4 and A34, its conveniently located to explore the calm and beauty of the rolling chalk hills of the nearby North Wessex Downs. For more details visit The Bunk Inn website.
The White Hart
A charming, traditional village pub in South Harting, West Sussex, in the most beautiful of settings, folded under the Downs beneath the South Downs Way and Harting Down. An abundance of walks and local National Trust properties, and a great stop over for all of the attractions of Goodwood. For more details, visit The White Hart website.
The Wheelwright’s Arms
A wonderful 150-year-old pub, the Wheelwright’s Arms at Havant is in a great location. It is just a short drive from Goodwood racecourse and handy for both Portsmouth and Southampton. For more details visit The Wheelwright’s Arms website.
The Peat Spade Inn
Sitting in a picture postcard setting in the beautiful village of Longstock in the heart of Hampshire.. Less than a mile from Stockbridge – the fly-fishing capital of the world – the rivers and downs surrounding the inn are stunningly beautiful. For more details visit The Peat Spade Inn website.
The White Hart, Overton
This beautiful 16th century listed building has been lovingly restored, retaining its glorious character and charm, but enriched by a few quirky and luxurious touches. It is situated in the charming village of Overton, between Basingstoke and Whitchurch in Hampshire. For more details, visit The White Hart Overton website.
The Mill at Gordleton
An oasis of riverside tranquillity in the heart of the New Forest, the Mill is a stunning inn on the banks of the Avon near Lymington. Explore our gorgeous grounds and gardens with river walks and hidden places to sit and let the world go by. For more details visit The Mill at Gordleton’s website.
The Swan Inn
Set on the edge of the spectacular Surrey countryside, The Swan Inn is located in the stunning village of Chiddingfold with its many timber-framed Wealden houses and quaint cottages from the 16th and 17th centuries. The Swan is conveniently located for the A3 towns of Godalming and Guildford. For more details visit The Swan Inn’s website.
The Hawk Inn
Located at the heart of charming village of Amport in Hampshire’s Test Valley, it’s a great place for a fabulous dinner or a refreshing drink on our sandstone terrace with its stunning views over Pill Hill Brook. For more details visit The Hawk Inn website
The Weighbridge Steakhouse & Bar
Enjoy fully loaded flavours in Swindon’s premier steakhouse. Situated in the wonderful atmosphere of the iconic Weighbridge building. A perfect choice for weekend celebration, with a great value weekday lunch menu too. For more details visit The Weighbridge website
The Station House Steakhouse & bar
Our second premium steakhouse, this magnificent inn is located directly opposite Haslemere railway station, there’s no surprise then that this wonderful bar, brasserie and rooms carries through some of the golden age of steam of the 1920s with art deco touches. For more details visit The Station House website.
The Winning Post
Set in a quiet, beautiful village of Winfield, the 18th century pub building of the Winning Post oozes character and charm, with its cosy nooks and crannies, original stone floor and huge open fire. The Winning Post is within easy reach of Windsor and Ascot, making it a firm favourite for equine fans. For more details visit The Winning Post website.
The Thomas Lord
The Thomas Lord nestles in the picturesque Hampshire village of West Meon in the South Downs National Park, close to the historic market town of Petersfield and the beautiful city of Winchester. Named after the man who gave his name to Lord’s Cricket Ground, this pub is Hampshire’s little secret, with fabulous features and a large landscaped garden with its outside pizza oven and kitchen garden. For more details visit The Thomas Lord website.
Just a few moments’ walk from the magnificent Swanwick Marina on the banks of the Hamble, the Navigator is a convenient base to explore all the local attractions around Southampton, Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight and the Solent, as well as the local waterside villages of the Hamble. For more details visit The Navigator website.
The Running Horse
This stylishly restored village pub is great for a drive out for a leisurely drink or a superb meal with family and friends, seven days a week.Nestling in the lovely village of Littleton, just on the outskirts of the attractive city of Winchester. For more details visit The Running Horse website.