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A treat at… The Trooper Inn

Tropper Inn, Froxfield, Nr Steep, Hampshire

While visiting the village of Steep and its surrounding walks and hills, we decided to stop for lunch at The Trooper Inn, at Froxfield. Reputedly over 400 years old, this quaint village pub used to be situated on the main route to London and at the beginning of the First World War was used as […]

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A treat at… The Rose and Crown

The Rose and Crown, Burwash

As a welcome break during our visit to Burwash, on an extremely hot, late August Sunday, we stopped for a family lunch at the “Rose and Crown”, although the only part of the pub which can be seen from the main road is its sign. Undeterred, we walked down a side road, to find a […]

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A treat at… The Wheatsheaf on the Green

The Wheatsheaf on the Green, Esher

During our visit to Esher, we decided to stop for lunch at the Wheatsheaf on the Green. Overlooking the green, on which the war memorial stands, this was a surprisingly quiet spot to enjoy lunch, away from the bustle of the High Street. We were lucky with the weather and it was warm enough to […]

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The Talbot Inn

The Talbot Inn, Mells, Somerset

As part of our visit to Mells, we stopped for a family lunch at the Talbot Inn, a 15th Century coaching inn at the heart of the village. Here we found an old-fashioned English country pub, with a warm, hospitable welcome, excellent ales and a surprisingly diverse menu.

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