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Ampfield Pubs and Bars - The Potters Heron, Romsey SO51 9ZF - Detail


Winchester Road
SO51 9ZF

Monday: 0900 ~ 2300
Tuesday: 0900 ~ 2300
Wednesday: 0900 ~ 2300
Thursday: 0900 ~ 2300
Friday: 0900 ~ 2300
Saturday: 0900 ~ 2300
Sunday: 0900 ~ 2230
Venue Style : Pub, Restaurant & Hotel
Venue Capacity : 700
Nearest Rail : Chandlers Ford
Nearest Tube : Main Line Railway ~ Winchester
Local Buses : Stagecoach X66 from Winchester to Romsey
Description : The Potters Heron Hotel in Romsey is full of character with its distinctive thatched roof and countryside setting. It provides a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere with 54 ensuite bedrooms and a newly refurbished pub and restaurant. We have 6 conference and meeting rooms to suit all requirements, ideally located just 3 miles from the M3, 5 miles from Winchester and 9 miles from Southampton making us the perfect location for your event.

Our pub and restaurant have recently been fully refurbished. We have concentrated on using mostly natural products including beech wood, slate and leather giving our guests a contemporary, relaxed dining and drinking environment. Food is served all day, every day from 9am till 9.30pm. Relax and enjoy our superb food and full bodied wine from our extensive wine list. Our restaurant menu offers an original dining experience for lunch or dinner but for that extra special occasion the Garden Restaurant and four other private dining rooms are available for hire be it for a corporate dinner or a celebration for family and friends.

Home cooked food
Country Inn
Country Hotel
Local Game & Fresh Fish a speciality
New Forest
Local Food
Bed & Breakfast
Overnight stay
Traditional inn
3 Star Hotel
Child friendly
Hillier Gardens
Paultons Park
Southampton Airport
Bournemouth Airport
Motor Museum
Function room hire
Meeting rooms
Conference rooms
Wedding reception
Wedding ceremony
Special occations
Private bars
Palace House
Beaulieu Abbey
World of Top Gear
James Bond Exhibition
National Motor Museum

Webpage last updated on Friday, 30th April 2010