Pubs in Hampshire
If you're looking for a relaxed, casual ambience with great food and drink, then our traditional Hampshire’s pubs have been welcoming visitors for centuries and each offers its own unique character and experience.
Warm up besides a glowing open fire and perhaps enjoy a pint of local ale in the winter, or take advantage of our relaxing beer gardens and terraces during balmy summer evenings
Many pubs in Hampshire offer delicious home-cooked food and fine local cask ales while others offer beer gardens, a fascinating history or a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
The picturesque villages of the Test Valley and East Hampshire in the Hampshire South Downs are particularly noted for their hidden gems.
Here you’ll find thatched roofs, wooden beams, ancient flagstones, warming fires and bags of character.
A Selection Of The Best Pubs in Hampshire
We’ve put together a small selection of traditional Hampshire pubs below, to give you a taster.
Located within the beautiful village of West Meon, The Thomas Lord, with two AA Rosettes, offers outstanding British-sourced food in a cosy, friendly atmosphere.
It is named after the founder of Lord’s cricket ground.
The Hampshire Bowman in Dundridge is a traditional country freehouse serving real ales, real ciders and real food all year round.
It has been in the CAMRA good pub guide for over 25 years.
The Mayfly pub at Wherwell has glorious views over the River Test and features a riverside terrace as well as a cosy bar.
The Star at East Tytherley is a traditional country pub tucked away in the heart of the Test Valley.
It uses seasonal local produce in its tempting menus.
Try hearty Ploughman’s, quiches and pies at the Royal Oak in Fritham, one of the oldest pubs in the New Forest.
It has a working farm and livestock on the doorstep.
The Peat Spade Inn near Longstock sits on the banks of the River Test in the heart of the Hampshire countryside.
Its cosy bar and award-winning restaurant use seasonal local produce.
And don't forget the Selborne Arms in sleepy Selborne in East Hampshire, a traditional village pub with real fires, home cooked food and a friendly atmosphere.
A day out with the family needn’t be a nightmare.
We have visited pubs across the Hampshire countryside looking for those which offer a warm welcome for children.
We've rated parking, high chairs, entertainments, gardens, menus and baby changing facilities.
Out of all those we visited, we have chosen those which we think promise the best all-around experience.
The pubs in Hampshire may not provide organic baby food or free nappies or a basket of toys but they do all offer welcoming touches - which mean that you can relax and enjoy yourself.
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Built in 1840, The Rockingham Arms is a charming old village pub full of character and situated right at the edge of the beautiful New Forest, in a designated National Heritage area.
A restaurant situated on the waterfront of Gunwharf Quays, with picturesque views of the harbour. Tiger Tiger offer a lunch time menu designed to suit all and with prices starting at £5 we guarantee there will be something to suit all tastes.
Whether you want to dine out on locally sourced food or simply want a great pint of real ale in a charming Hampshire village pub, The Greyfriar certainly fits the bill.
Pub with regular music and DJs.
The Festing is the best bar on Albert road for live music and great sport.
We offer a wide range of bottled and draught beers from around the world, fantastic quality wines and really great classic cocktails.
Latin American restaurant with delicious seasonal menus and great value food from gourmet fajitas to healthy salads.
The sole surviving pub on East Street in Old Portsmouth is the Bridge Tavern. Walking through the doors you get the sense you have arrived upon on old sea faring vessel with creaky wooden floorboards, dim lighting and a salty atmosphere.
With a combination of delicious food, great wines and a real ambience, Café Rouge embodies the style and je ne sais quoi of cafe society.
Hidden off the busy thoroughfare of Elm Grove and Kings Road, the Tavern (est 1859) with its glazed tile frontage, sits in a conservation area adjacent to a tree-lined square in this quiet backwater of Southsea.
Located in the picturesque village of Langstone with spectacular views of the harbour. Food is fresh and traditional ordered from the galley area. Functions are also available to book.
The Fat Fox offers real ales, quality ciders, homemade 'pub grub' and live music.
The Watermark Bar and Restaurant in Port Solent prides itself on being a bar that is not just about drinking, and a restaurant that is not just about eating.
Though the building is modern we have managed to keep the Brasserie feel and it also boasts a very large terrace for dinning "au frais"
A traditional country pub located between Romsey and Stockbridge serving a wide range of real ales, fine wine, and home cooked English food.
In Old Portsmouth traditional pubs and quaint tea rooms line the cobbled streets.
Renowned for its interesting freshly cooked food, wines and real ales, the Bell is located in the centre of Alresford.
A great pub on one of the main routes into Portsmouth; an ideal stopping place for tasty food and great pint. Pop in and see us when you're next passing!
The Hoddington Arms is a beautiful country pub serving great food, wines and real ales. Our talented team in the kitchen is passionate about producing delicious, locally sourced dishes.
We are a busy, yet cosy and sophisticated winebar in the centre of Southsea.