Buriton Accommodation, Pubs and Restaurants
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Buriton is ¾ mile off the South Downs Way. Buriton Map
Do not expect much hospitality at Buriton (at least from the Village Inn and Five Bells). See below.
The village Inn
1 Petersfield Road, Buriton, Petersfield GU31 5SW
Tel: 01730 233 440
Type: Accommodation, Pub and Restaurant
Info: In village centre.
We were sadly disappointed with The Village Inn when we walked the South Downs Way (again) in June 2019. We had booked accommodation, and upon arrival, at 6:30 on a Sunday, after a long but enjoyable walk, we asked what time they stopped taking food orders; we were told 7:15, despite their website stating 8:30. We were not even offered sandwiches. The chef/patron was there until around 8:45, talking to the few people who had finished eating. We got by on peanuts! Last Orders were called at 9:10 !!
The only good point was the breakfast, which was excellent (not cooked by the chef/patron of the previous evening). We really do expect more from an inn, and certainly do not recommend it.
Nursted Farm Bed and Breakfast
Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5RW
Tel: 01730 264278
Type: B&B accommodation
Info: 1¼ miles further on from Buriton
“Nursted Farm is a family run working farm offering bed and breakfast accomodation. We are situated on the outskirts of the village of Buriton near Petersfield at the edge of the Southdowns in Hampshire. We are ideally situated if you are exploring the Southdowns Way or attending a function in the Tithe Barn at Ditcham.
Accomodation available in our 18th century farmhouse consists of a double/family room and a twin bedded room;all with ensuite facilities ; recently modernised and maintained to a high standard. As well as fully centrally heated there are open fires and a woodburner stove. There is a designated guest television room and visitors are welcome to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the extensive garden which contains a vast variety of flowering plants from spring flowers through to summer roses.We are in a rural location and almost every night many differing species of owls can be seen and heard as well as bats and during daylight hours deer, pheasants, hares and foxes. We also offer drying facilities; including wet boots. An iron and board can be made available on request.
Breakfast can be chosen from an extensive menu including a cooked English breakfast, cereals, fruit juice, toast, tea and coffee. Special diets can be catered for and packed lunches are available on request.”
Pubs and Restaurants
The Five Bells
High Street, Buriton, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 5RX
Tel: 01730 263584
Type: Pub and Restaurant
Info: In village centre.
“The Five Bells is a traditional country pub in the quaint village of Buriton in East Hampshire. With a lovely rustic outside seating area at the front of the pub and a selection of nooks and crannies to choose from inside, this pub offers a setting for every occasion.
The menu is simple but comprises well cooked British favourites offering good portions and value for money. Neil hopes to satisfy the hungriest walker’s appetite and please the taste buds with delicious soups and stews as well as excellent steaks and daily specials. His fine Sunday roasts are proving very popular and booking is advisable.
The friendly team will serve you a wide range of liquid refreshments to enjoy as a relaxing drink or to accompany your meal. Delicious fresh coffee and hot chocolates are always available and of course our range of Hall and Woodhouse Badger Ales and fine wines and spirits too.”
NOTE: It seems this place does accommodation, but only for long-term stay, so no tourists.
ADDITIONAL NOTE: Food on Sundays ceases at 4pm, and the pub closes at 7pm.
The village Inn
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