Pubs & Restaurants in New Forest

A trip to the forest is never complete without a visit to a traditional New Forest Pub.

The Red Shoot Inn & Brewery: Toms Lane, Linwood, BH24 3QT | Tel: 01425 475792
This hostelery, a couple of miles west of Stoney Cross, has an in-pub brewery visible through a glass window. Forest flavoured ales are brewed - Tom's Tipple, Forest Gold and Muddy Boot being popular choices at the bar. A popular pub, good food and a campsite behind.

The Station House at Holmsley: Near Burley, New Forest, BH24 4HY | Tel: 01425 402468
A 19th century former railway station which has been sympathetically converted into what many say is the finest tea house in the New Forest. They offer a famous and great value award winning 'tea in the forest' cream tea. Also served; breakfasts, a wide ranging lunch menu, daily specials, lighter bites, and evening meals. Only a short walk from the Forestry commission car parks of Holmsley, Wilverley Plain, Wootton Bridge or Clay Hill. Burley is also closeby.

Forest Tea House & Restaurant: Forest Cottage, Pound Lane, Burley, BH24 4ED | Tel: 01425 402305
Classic traditional English Tea Room, serving breakfast, lunches, all day snacks, afternoon cream teas and Sunday Roasts. Pretty cottage garden.

Moorhill House Hotel: Burley, BH24 4AG | Tel. 01425 403285
The Burley Restaurant opens out onto a raised patio overlooking the beautiful gardens. The restaurant offers a superb varied menu, using fresh local produce wherever possible complemented by a varied wine list. The restaurant boasts an AA rosette for its cuisine.

The Old Farmhouse and Tea Rooms: The Cross, Ringwood Road, Burley, BH24 4AB | Tel: 01425 402218
Old traditional thatched New Forest farmhouse has been a Tea Rooms for more than 100 years. They offer hearty breakfasts, morning coffee, delicious lunches and naughty cream teas. Also good value, quality evening meals on Friday and Saturday nights. This historic restaurant four individual dining rooms.

The Burley Inn: The Cross, Burley, New Forest, Hampshire, BH24 4AB | Tel: 01425 403448
Situated in Burley village centre. The bar and dining room, serves food all day, with a menu ranging from light snacks to 3 course meals. Anything from freshly cut sandwiches, hot snacks and ploughmans to freshly baked pies, grills and vegetarian dishes. There is also a Daily Specials Board, and popular roast lunches are available on Sundays.

The Queens Head: The Cross, Burley, Hampshire, BH24 4AA Tel: 01425 403423
Villlage centre pub that was historically associated with smugglers and highwaymen since 1630. Apparently during renovation work a hidden cellar was discovered beneath the floor of the Stable bar, the cellar was thought to have been a hiding place of smugglers, & a haul of pistols, bottles and coins & pistols were found. Today the pub serve good quality bar food & ales to visitors, locals, walkers & cyclists.

The White Buck Inn: Bisterne Close, Burley, Hampshire BH24 4AB Tel: 01425 402264
The inn is a former country house & combines rustic charm with a traditional atmosphere and attractive period-style bars. Classic pub food is served, many including New Forest ingredients, such as Keeper's and Hunter's salads, spinach and wild mushroom lasagne and daily changing short crust pie.

The Burley Manor Hotel: Burley, BH24 4BS | Tel: 01425 403522
Oak panelled Restaurant with adjoining Victorian style conservatory offers an extensive a'la carte menu. Alternatively light meals, afternoon tea or drinks are available in the cosy lounge and bar.

The Happy Cheese: Lyndhurst Road, Ashurst, SO41 7AR | Tel: 02380 293923
Situated on the Eastern gateway to the New Forest. Serves cask ales & traditional homecooked f0od. Produce is sourced locally to ensure quality & taste. Extensive children's menu.

Bentleys Restaurant at The Woodlands Lodge Hotel:  Bartley Road, Woodlands, SO40 7GN | Tel: 02380 292257
Fine dining restaurant in one-time Victorian music room. Relax afterwards with our board games in the lounge. Alternative bistro menu available in garden room.

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