A Warme Welcome Awaits Ye at Sir Walter Tyrrell
A 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, accidentally killed by Sir Walter Tyrrell.
This picturesque family pub has real log
fires, a Traditional English home cooked menu, spectacular views
of the New Forest and Camping Grounds to the rear. Seating areas
both inside and out, including a smoking solution area. Ramp access
for wheelchairs. We cater for parties, large or small, plus we have a large adventure playground for
children with swings, slide and adventure playhouse.
Book a Table today on 023 8081 3170
The New Forest has 93,000 acres of
woodland and open common-land brimming with wildlife and is the
largest un-enclosed area in Southern England. Ponies, donkeys,
cattle, pigs and deer, to name a few, roaming freely.
The New Forest has been
practically left untouched since the day of William the
Conqueror, a peaceful and tranquil place to visit.
It is truly a place for all the
family, whether you want to visit for a picnic relaxing while
deer and ponies graze around you, or if you enjoy cycling and
taking walks, there are plenty of cycle routes and pathways to
get out and about breathing in the fresh air.
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