Pubs & Restaurants in Haslemere
There are few finer pleasures in life than to eat and drink with others, and this certainly cannot be surpassed while doing so in Haslemere. The town’s pubs and restaurants offer their clientele just what they want, not only the great food and drink, but also the best service and atmosphere. Whether you are looking for a light bite or drink before an event or looking to spend an evening enjoying fine food and wine, Haslemere has an excellent selection of pubs and restaurants. Many of these are independent establishments and free houses, however there are also some more well-known names for visitors looking for something a little more familiar.
In an era when pubs are closing at a rate of 18 a week, because people are preferring to stay at home, Haslemere is doing a roaring trade. From cosy 15th Century free houses to coach inns to 19th century railway watering holes, traditional or renovated with a modern twist, Haslemere pubs continue to draw in patrons. Ask the locals and they will tell you varying reasons why they keep coming back – good food, a great selection of real ales, friendly staff and so on.
In the summer, the town’s pubs have comfortable beer gardens for you to enjoy in the sunshine. During the colder months, you could warm up in front of one of several open fireplaces that feature in several town pubs with your favourite tipple.
Eating out in Haslemere is simple, due to the large choice available. The town boasts a selection of cuisine from around the world including French, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Indian and, of course, British. Whatever your budget, there will be an eatery that will be able to cater to your tastes without busting the bank.
The Noah’s Ark.
The Noah’s Ark is a beautiful 16th century Inn situated in the picturesque village of Lurgashall, overlooking the cricket green and nestled beneath Blackdown Hill on the borders of Surrey and West Sussex. Full of charm and character there is a wonderfully traditional bar area with large inglenook fireplace and ancient beams, perfect for putting the world to rights in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. It offers superb, traditional British food with a contemporary twist, using ingredients sourced from the very best local suppliers. Lurgashall, Petworth GU28 9ET
The Wheafsheaf Inn
Located on the Surrey, Sussex, Hants borders, one mile north of Haslemere, The Wheatsheaf Inn is a country pub in a distinctive 1900 Edwardian building, maintained to the very highest standard.
Tastefully decorated and comfortably furnished throughout, there is a cosy, traditional bar with separate restaurant and patio areas.
Grayswood Rd, Haslemere GU27 2DE
Located in the picturesque hamlet of Shottermill, The Mill delivers high-quality food, beer, wine and coffee. The Mill serves home cooked classics using locally sourced British ingredients and offers an extensive real ale and gin menu.
Liphook Rd, Haslemere GU27 3QE
Other Pubs & Restaurant
The White Horse
22 High St, Haslemere GU27 2HJ
15 High St, Haslemere GU27 2HG
Apple Tree Pub
2 Lion Ln, Haslemere GU27 1JB
3 West St, Haslemere GU27 2AF