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The Little Black Book: Pubs & Inns

  • Royal Oak, Swallowcliffe

    Muddy says: Fancy a snuggle in this award-winning pub? It’s a perfectly cosy blend of traditional 18th century architecture and stylish, modern interior design – just what we love at Muddy.

  • The Red Lion, Odiham

    Muddy says: A convivial, relaxed, family-friendly pub with rooms and impeccably sourced, local comfort food.

  • The Stag, Eashing

    Muddy says: A stunning riverside pub with an outdoor area, lovely food and stylish rooms.

  • The Royal Exchange

    Muddy says: A truly family-friendly pub serving proper comfort food — fish and chips, burgers, sharing platters, that kind of thing. An emphasis on local, seasonal produce elevates it above the crowd.

  • Exposed brick room, dining table, chrome signage.

    The Green Man

    Muddy says: You'll love this quirky, Winchester city-centre pub with its glorious, knowing interior: part Rovers Return gorblimey boozer, part eccentric Country House, and its focus on Hampshire food. Watercress gin anyone?

  • Boar's head with hat on, union jack tie, glasses.

    The Woolpack

    Muddy says: A rural Hampshire institution which nods to its traditional, huntin', shootin' roots but offers a contemporary menu plus uber-comy rooms and glorious walks through Jane Austen country.

  • Traditional, white-washed British pub.

    The Crown Inn, Upton

    Muddy says: An understated, modern yet thoroughly British pub with a special menu that emphasises nose-to-tail eating and local food.

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