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Eating and drinking
What’s for brekkie? l	Six back bacon rashers cured with cider
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Is there a better way to round off a walk than by resting up in a country pub? All of these hostelries are within a few miles of Wriggly Tin

The Bat and Ball Hambledon; www.batandballclanfield.co.uk 
Famous for being the original HQ of Hambledon Cricket Club
The Vine Hambledon; www.thevinehambledon.co.uk
The last remaining pub in the village and our nearest. The Vine serves good pub food and is 20-25 minutes walk by footpath.
The Bakers Arms Droxford; www.thebakersarmsdroxford.com
Award-winning food in shabby chic surroundings. Book ahead!
The White Lion Soberton; thewhitelionsoberton.com 
A buzzy bar, inventive food and plenty of Farrow & Ball.
The Shoe Inn Exton; www.theshoeexton.co.uk
Picture postcard location on the banks of the river Meon.
The Thomas Lord West Meon; www.thethomaslord.co.uk
More cricketing connections. The food here is amongst the best in the area and the balance between pub and restaurant is just right.
Ye Olde George Inn East Meon; www.yeoldegeorgeinn.net
Posher of two pubs in East Meon. The other is the Izaak Walton.

Tip Most local pubs are closed on weekday afternoons and Monday is often ‘chef’s night off’. Some don’t even open on Mondays. The exception to all these rules is the Bat and Ball.
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“We had a  lovely fish pie for dinner.  It was really yummy!”
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