Where to eat

Forest pubs provide great places to eat as well as live entertainment. There is something for every palette here are just a few ideas

The Trusty Servant, Minstead
The Trusty ServantEnjoy serious comfort in relaxed surroundings, from a traditional country garden to a comfy sofa in front of one of four open log fires. Whether you want a quick pint, a bite to eat or a short break in a  beautiful country retreat  a warm welcome awaits.

Tel: 023 8081 2137
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The Sir John Barlycorn, Cadnam
Sir John BarleycornThis pub presents a mixture of both traditional pub favourites and modern dishes. From a simple ploughmans to a backed tartlet of Mediterranean roasted vegetables, goats cheese and onion marmalade. Email office@alcatrazuk.com

Tel: 023 8081 2236
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The Sir Walter Tyrrell, Brook
The Sir Walter TyrrellA traditional Country Inn set in the heart of the New Forest. 200 yards away stands the Rufus Stone, marking the spot where King William II died, supposedly murdered by Sir Walter Tyrrell. Email: enquiries@sirwaltertyrrell.co.uk

Tel: 023 8081 3170
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The New Forest Inn, Emery Down
The New Forest InnThis Pub serves a good range of interesting bar food from rolls up. Specials board. Fish is a speciality. Children welcome. Dogs allowed. Log fires. Garden. Real ales. Rooms available

Tel: 023 8028 2329
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Waterloo Arms, Lyndhurst
The Waterloo ArmsA traditional 17th Century Inn, offering a warm welcome. They offer traditional ales and home cooked fayre, there’s something to tempt all appetites. They also specialise in local game, fresh fish and seafood. 

Tel: 023 8028 2113
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The Coach & Horses, Cadnam
Coach and horsesOffer good honestly priced home cooked food, with plenty of choice and . They use local produce whenever possible, have local cask ales and fine wines, all in a great atmosphere.

Tel: 023 8081 3120
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