Brockenhurst pubs and restaurants
All of these restaurants and pubs are less than 10 minute walk from the Cottage Lodge Hotel.
Dining beyond Brockenhurst
Going further afield for a bite to eat – or just a drink? Here’s a few places to choose from.
Angel & The Blue Pig, Lymington
More of a chain pub feel, but good menu.
Filly Inn, Setley (on A337) between Brockenhurst and Lymington
Very busy food pub with extensive menu. Booking advisable at weekends in peak season. Outside area.
Hare & Hounds, Sway
(open 7 days a week) Very good menu.
High Corner Inn, Linwood nr Ringwood
Usual pub food choice, plus carvery at peak times. Has that ‘in the middle of nowhere’ feel.
The Hobler, on A337 Battramsley, nr Lymington
More of a bistro than a pub. Some outside seating.
New Forest Inn, Emery Down nr Lyndhurst
Very popular pub for food and drink.
The Ship Inn, Lymington
Lovely high-end pub located on Lymington Quay, surrounded by the sea. Perfect for families and couples.
The Thomas Tripp, Lymington
Popular pub, often with live music played during special occasions.
White Swan Inn, Emery Down on A35 nr Lyndhurst
Nice food. Outside seating area.
There are many good restaurants to choose from to suit all budgets in the New Forest. Here are a few:
Anissa’s Thai Kitchen, Lyndhurst
Lovely Thai restaurant.
Chewton Glen, Barton-on-Sea
Fine dining at 5-star hotel.
The Elderflower, Lymington
Described as ‘British with a ‘sprinkling of French’. Gets very good reviews.
The Jetty, Mudeford, Christchurch
La Perle, Milford-on-Sea
Tiny restaurant, very good food.
Upmarket Italian-influenced dishes from chefs Angela Hartnett & Luke Holder in country house hotel restaurant.
The Pig, Beaulieu Rd
Shabby chic restaurant in country house hotel.
Pizza Express, Lymington
(branches in Lymington and Lyndhurst)