Welcome

The New Forest Inn is a family run, unspoilt, traditional 18th Century Country Pub. Debbie, Duane & Sam and all the team offer a very warm welcome to all who visit this quaint area of The New Forest, with all its country charm and atmosphere. With ponies ambling past the front door, as well as donkeys, cows and pigs, it is one of the most enchanting places in The South. Food is served all day – every day. The menu is varied with all dishes home made on the premises with locally sourced ingredients where available. As the food is freshly made then any changes or allergies can be accommodated where possible. There is a daily specials board which becomes a “special” fish specials board on Fridays and Saturdays. Sunday lunch is a definite must – traditional roast meats served with seasonal vegetables, fluffy potatoes and probably the best gravy in The Forest!

Being very dog friendly, dogs are allowed anywhere in the bar, restaurant and large garden.

Spring, summer, autumn, winter – The New Forest Inn is open to welcome customers new and old.

***************SPECIAL OFFER***********************

BOOK ANYTIME IN MAY AND RECEIVE THREE NIGHTS FOR THE PRICE OF TWO UNTIL THE END OF AUGUST!! STAY WITH US FOR TWO NIGHTS AND YOUR THIRD NIGHT WILL BE FREE! JUST QUOTE “342” WHEN BOOKING AND WE WILL APPLY THIS SPECIAL RATE TO YOUR STAY! 

 

News

Function Room Available

Looking to host a meal or party ?

We have a superb room that keeps the tradtional style of the pub!

Seating for up to 35

Menu’s available on request

Call to check dates on 02380 284690

Four Fabulous Rooms…

We have four cosy and comfortable dog friendly rooms here right in the heart of The New Forest,we have some great rates available all including Full English Breakfast, book your break away now with …Read more >>

Bar opening times

MON – SAT
11.30AM – 11PM

SUNDAY
12 NOON – 10.30PM

Breakfast opening times

MON – SUN
8.30AM – 10AM

Food opening times

MON – SAT
11.30AM – 9.30PM

SUN
12 NOON – 9PM

 

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