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The George & Falcon Warnford Ltd
Warnford
Southampton
Hampshire

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The George & Falcon is conveniently located on the A32, in the picturesque village of Warnford, within easy distance of Winchester, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham, Petersfield and Alresford. This rural pub, which has recently been immaculately furnished, combines traditional character with an urban, modern twist. Inside, it offers two open fires, seating for 150 people, including a cosy snug area, and two separate dining areas that can be booked for private functions. Outside, it boasts a large, continental-style decking area that overlooks the beautiful River Meon, set in well landscaped gardens. There are five en-suite rooms, located on the first floor, that have been decorated to a very high standard, each providing it’s own unique theme. The experienced chefs offer a wide range of freshly cooked, high-quality food combining four separate menus; a sophisticated a la carte, comfortable bar menu, well prepared lunch menu and a children’s menu full of traditional favourites. The menus are changed on a seasonal basis, using locally based produce and suppliers. A selection of English ales, beers, wines and spirits is available, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere awaits you. With this much to offer, why not pop in and treat yourself, friends and family to an unforgettable experience?

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