Barley MowThe Hurst
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Reopened Thursday 15th April Bar: Closed Mon-Wed; 10-3, 5.30-10 Thu; 10-3.30, 5.30-11 Fri; 12-11 Sat; 12-7 Sun Food: Closed Mon-Wed; 10-12 (coffee/breakfast), 12-2, 6-8 Thu; 10-12 (coffee/breakfast), 12-2.30, 6-8.30 Fri; 12-8.30 Sat; 12-3.30 Sun Takeaways remain on offer Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays for lunch or dinner and on Sundays for lunch only.more information...
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Attractive modernised family friendly country pub in a pleasant location very close to the Basingstoke Canal and towpath which is ideal for walkers, canoeists and people on barges who can enjoy a convenient place to tie up with a slipway available. There is a real log fire in the winter, comfortable seating and a conservatory that links directly with the garden area. Children are welcome as are dogs (wooden floor areas only). Good range of pub food available, including a takeaway menu. Special curry night on the last Thursday of every month. A very good range of traditional pub and board games is available on request including bagatelle, backgammon, chess and dominoes. The first Monday of every month is quiz night and there is an annual beer and music festival which takes place in a marquee tent outside during early/mid August. Live music events take place every two to three months. Closed on Monday evenings unless it is a scheduled quiz night or a Bank Holiday. Plenty of parking available and lots of outdoor space in the garden and adjoining cricket field owned by the pub. The pub is 20 mins walk from the nearest railway station (Winchfield) but there is no bus service nearby. The real cider is Westons Old Rosie