Accessible Pubs Near Wallops Wood

Many of our guests enjoy a meal or two out while staying at Wallops Wood and we’re very lucky to have a good choice of pubs and restaurants in the area. However, for our accessible guests, finding a pub with accessible facilities isn’t always that easy. Those who use wheelchairs can find themselves even more restricted, not only with being able to get into the pub, but with a lack of accessible toilet facilities. 

We’ve researched a number of pubs below which are all accessible with accessible toilet facilities.

If you’re planning on eating out, we recommend booking in advance which will allow you to request a table in a more accessible area in the pub.

The Shoe, Exton
The Shoe, Exton

The Shoe Inn, Exton
This is an excellent pub close to Wallops Wood serving good food. A lovely garden for the warmer months of the year and comes recommended. 
Telephone: 01489 877526
Website: The Shoe Inn

The Bat & Ball, Hambledon
Another popular pub close to Wallops Wood, the Bat & Ball is situated near the Hampshire village of Clanfield. The Bat and Ball is famous locally for its cricketing history, food and ales, with a lovely garden for al fresco dining in the summer months.
Telephone: 02392 632692
Website: The Bat & Ball

Bat & Ball pub Hambledon – Copyright: Fuller’s Brewery

Cams Mill, Fareham
With a large patio garden, Cams Mill is a great pub for enjoying the summer sun. This historic place is also perfect for a meal by the fireside, warming winter ales and delicious and freshly cooked food.
Telephone: 01329 287506
Website: Cams Mill

Titchfield Mill
Close to the village of Titchfield, the Titchfield Mill was originally a water mill, with its origins dating back as far as 1779. The Titchfield Mill ceased operation in 1939, becoming an inn some years later. A popular pub, cosy in the winter, with a lovely garden to enjoy in the summer. 
Telephone: 01329 840931
Website: Titchfield Mill

George & Falcon, Warnford – Copyright: Admiral Taverns

George & Falcon, Warnford
The George & Falcon is a Grade II listed building dating back to the 16th Century located on the A32 in the beautiful village of Warnford, near Winchester.
Telephone: 01730 829623
Website: George & Falcon

The Golden Lion
The Golden Lion is a cosy pub on the outskirts of Winchester, offering lots of warmth and charm! Enjoy freshly cooked food, ales and an extensive wine selection.
Telephone: 01962 865512
Website: The Golden Lion

The Ship Inn, Langstone
Situated off the Hayling Island Bridge, The Ship Inn is near some beautiful walks, including marking the half-way point on the Hayling Billy Trail. There is a large outside area to enjoy a meal or drink with views over the harbour. 
Telephone: 02392 471719
Website: The Ship Inn

Enjoy a pint of beer by the fire

The Old Forge, Otterbourne
The Old Forge is located in the pretty village of Otterbourne. With an outside terrace, and a comfortable bar and restaurant area, The Old Forge is a great location for an al fresco lunch in the summer or delicious evening meal.
Telephone: 01962 717191
Website: The Old Forge

The Bird in Hand, Lovedean
The Bird In Hand is situated on the edge of the village of Lovedean in Hampshire and has been a landmark of the village since the 1800s. With its quaint thatched roof, it was used as the local bakers shop and greengrocers. All food is homemade and freshly prepared in the kitchen. 
Telephone: 02392 591055
Website: The Bird in Hand

The Fox & Hounds, Bursledon
Tucked away in a secluded corner of Hampshire countryside in Old Bursledon, the Fox & Hounds is a historic pub back to the 16th century. Inside the Fox & Hounds pub, you’ll find a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere and a traditional pub setting with exposed wooden beams, roaring open fires and candlelit tables.
Telephone: 02380 402784
Website: The Fox & Hounds


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Wine glasses by Matthieu Joannon on Unsplash