Robin Hood Inn

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

26 The Green
Rowlands Castle

Robin Hood Inn, Rowlands Castle

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At The Robin Hood Inn we don’t believe in over complicating things and our seasonal menus are put lovingly together by our dedicated kitchen team to reflect our promise to our guests on delivering great quality fresh foods in a relaxed atmosphere.

In fact we will make it such an enjoyable experience you may not want to leave us and you can stay in one of our 6 high quality stylish boutique rooms. our Country Bar and Bistro is open for morning coffee,lunch, afternoon tea & cake, early supper and dinner (booking advisable). Please note that this is a full working bar and restaurant and sometimes at the weekends it can get very busy (Please call and check for dates of live entertainment).

From: £90.00

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