The Crown Stirrup
Tel: 02380 282339
The Crown Stirrup is a traditional country pub in the outskirts of Lyndhurst and is just off the Lyndhurst Parish Circular Walk. The pub dates back to the 15th century, its traditional décor, log fire and low ceilings adds plenty of character, the pub has a large garden and welcomes walkers, cyclists and dogs.
The pub is named after a Crown Stirrup, a device which villagers used in the era of King William Rufus to decide whether the size of the dog would be allowed on the deer hunt. If the dog could fit through the Crown Stirrup it would be deemed harmless to the deers. The Stirrup is still on show in the pub.
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