Four of us went for Sunday lunch a couple of weeks ago. We had booked earlier in the weekfor 1pm and were shown to a nice big table for the four of us. The pub was very busy when we got there which was a good sign. Three of us had the Sunday lunch and my friend ordered a Crayfish... read more
The Green Dragon dates from the 15th century. It was originally...
The Green Dragon dates from the 15th century. It was originally premises for a wheelwright and a coffin maker, then became a beer house some 200 years ago.
Set in a delightful rural setting, the pub overlooks a stream which is spanned by a humped-backed bridge. During the summer months ponies and donkeys can be seen shading on the forecourt of the Inn.
The Pub displays a number of 'bends' of leather, which bear imprints of hot iron brands. These brands represent owners of animals who have commoners rights to allow their livestock to graze on New Forest Land.
To the rear of the pub is a small patio area that leads to our garden, which is a wonderful place to sit and relax in the summer.
Why not come in and enjoy a pint of one of our four cask ales? These ales change all the time so keep an eye out for your favourites.
We are a dog friendly pub although we do ask that you keep them on leads at all times. We do not allow dogs in the restaurant, this keeps one part of the pub a dog free area.