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Our family group of 14 (of which 7 are children) had lunch at the Inn on the Saturday before Christmas. We pre-ordered of course for such a large group, but what we didn't expect was to be served within minutes of arriving, especially at such...More
We visited this lovely old pub twice, once for lunch and once for dinner, both times with our two dogs in tow. Made very welcome and the food is top notch. You eat in the spacious bar area if you have dogs or there is...More
Four of us dropped into the pub just after 2pm one Monday after a strenuous walk over the nearby hills above the Meon Valley. We were pleasantly greeted on arrival, the kitchen was still serving food and we enjoyed four excellent dishes.
The service was...More
The staff were very nice and helpful the food was delicious; it was full of flavour and succulent. They allow dogs in the bar area and there was is a water bowl for dogs outside. Inside there is an exposed brick arrangement creating a very...More
Stayed here with friends last weekend. Rooms very comfortable and with the facilities expected (bottled water, tea, coffee along with fresh milk provided daily which was a nice touch). Once the last guests had left the pub, it was very quiet (although we could hear...More
We were staying nearby and the reviews for the restaurant here were better than our place so ww decided to eat here. Popular pub in a pretty location (was dark but looked very quaint).
The service was efficient and food well cooked. Didn’t have a...More
Ye Olde George is in a great location in a lovely village.
Been here several times over recent years and food has always been good,
today we had posh beer-battered haddock fishfinger sandwich with tartare sauce, baby gem and toasted sourdough bread and home baked...More
Stopped off for some lunch whilst on a walking route in the Meon valley. Very lovely old pub and cosy surroundings, staff were very pleasant. Hall and Woodhouse pub, the beer was very well kept and served at a proper temp for cask conditioned ale....More