Ye Olde George Inn

Historic Inn in East Meon, Hampshire

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Church Lane
East Meon
GU32 1NH

Ye Olde George Inn, East Meon

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Accommodation Description:

Ye Olde George is a 15th century coaching inn with open log fires during the winter and Al fresco dining during the summer months. The pub boasts a friendly team serving award winning cask ales. Our restaurant serves food which is produced with a passion for sourcing local ingredients and free-range produce.

The fresh menu changes regularly to serve local, seasonal food. The pub is in one of England's finest oldest villages, along the South Downs Way. Situated in the heart of Hampshire, Ye Olde George Inn in East Meon is an ideal getaway for those looking to use facilities in the local area.

The Sustainability Centre is approximately one mile away.

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