In light of the announcement by the Government on Saturday, 31 October we inform you that Ye Olde George Inn will be closed from Thursday, 5 November for four weeks. While we are deeply saddened by the impact of Covid-19, the health and safety of our guests and employees remains our highest priority.
Thank you to everyone that has supported us, and we hope to be able to update you about our exciting festive celebrations and menus soon.
Please feel free to e-mail us, visit our website or leave us a voicemail. We will endeavour to get back to you as soon as possible.
We look forward to welcoming you back and please keep safe xx
Ye Olde George Inn is a delightful 15th century coaching inn, set in the heart of some of Hampshire's most beautiful countryside. The pub is a beautiful historic building with the River Meon running by the side. Delightful walks along the South Downs Way. Full a La Carte menu and light meals available. Comfortable accommodation, inglenook fireplaces and a very warm welcome. Dogs allowed in the bar and patio area.
Long regarded as one of the loveliest places in the valley of the River Meon, the village of East Meon boasts a Norman church with a remarkable 12th century marble font and an impressive 15th century Courthouse.Read More
At Ye Olde George we pride ourselves on serving the highest quality food, prepared by chefs with a passion for taste. We strive to use locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. In the heart of Hampshire we have a wealth of local suppliers, offering free-range and organic produce. Mark changes his menus often to take advantage of the local seasonal fayre.
Mark and his team of chefs pride themselves on making all of the dishes on the premises, except the hand-made ice cream, which is made at Forest of Bere Dairy, which is a local farm which supplies all of our fresh dairy produce. Our sausages are hand-made to our exact recipe by a local award winning butcher from West Meon, who also supplies our beef.Read More
Ye Olde George Inn
This atmospheric old inn still retains its open fires and wooden floors and is situated in the heart of Hampshire with a wealth of local suppliers offering free-range and organic produce on its doorstep.