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The Hawkley Inn, Hawkley - pub details

Hawkley Inn

Address: Pococks Lane, Hawkley, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19964) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liss (2.2 miles), Petersfield (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 58 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Spread Eagle, West Liss (1.6 miles), Trooper Inn, Froxfield (1.7 miles), Blue Bell, West Liss (1.7 miles), Bluebell, Liss (1.7 miles)

 

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This is our first comment on BITE for quite a while. We've been into the Hawkley Inn a few times over the last 6 months. Every time we've immediately been asked if we want food prior to getting a drink. It seems drinkers are less welcome these days which is a shame given that this has always been known as a place for good real ale (and characters!). That said, the beer (Red Cat Macavity porter) was excellent; just what you want at this time of the year.
in1dryboy - 19 Nov 2016 18:20
I haven't been for years as one of the previous owners post Big Al put me off by trying to make it a total food experience rather than a mix. The people there now seem to have got it spot on and on a Thursday lunch it was busy and the Hophead was delicious. Choice of ales from Dark Star, Flower Pots, Hop Back, Palmers, Oakleaf and Oakham.
Steamer1 - 21 Jul 2016 22:23
Visited twice recently, the second time after doing the brilliant "Fancy Free Walks" pub walk that starts and ends here. Good choice of ales on first visit, not so much on the second (the dreaded 10 different beers a week Welton's and Cottage - I gather they are cheaper than some other breweries). Hophead on both times and was superb. Food very good - home made ham egg and chips (the frozen triple cooked variety) top class. Staff extremely friendly despite the pub being packed. VERY dog friendly.
spoinge - 29 May 2014 12:34
The Hawkley Inn is just as an old-fashioned village pub should be: no pretensions. Set in a somewhat remote but attractive Hampshire village with no bus service now, it can only be visited by car or on foot. I called in at 4pm on 15 August (Pub Open All Day) for a splendid pint of Doom Bar before setting off for a 8 mile walk. Returned at about 7pm and, as I was to drive home, asked for a thirst-quenching pint glass, with a bottle of non-alcoholic beer topped up with lemonade. The young barmaid said that they didn't have any non-alcoholic beer so I thanked her and said that I would go without - and so the pub went without my custom which was a pity because I think that all pubs nowadays which depend upon motorised customers should stock non-alcoholic beer even though it tastes dreadful!
snosnikrap - 21 Aug 2013 13:30
Back after a year, in a planned manner. Lovely staff.
The beer, exquisite. So much choice! Nice pump ciders too. Now this is a proper beer pub. I left quite pickled! Look forward to coming back for food.
jkbayley - 28 Apr 2013 18:53

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