The George and Falcon
The George and Falcon, near Winchester resides in a Grade 2 listed building dating back to the 16th Century now a family run AA 4* inn and restaurant, which has recently been immaculately furnished, combines traditional character with an urban, modern twist.
Secure motorcycle parking
We have a large car park and we can securely store bikes in our back yard or by blocking off the rear car park with our own car.
Inside, we offer a large open log fire and wood burner in the snug, seating for around 100 people offering spacious dining for couples, families or individual diners, as well as a cosy snug area, and two separate dining areas that can also be booked for private functions. You can choose to eat informally around the bar or take a table in our more intimate restaurant. In summer, french doors from the restaurant give access to open air dining for up to 20 people on our Alfresco Terrace and the gardens beyond with ample natural shade bordered by the River Meon.
For overnight guests we include an extensive continental breakfast, and a wide range of cooked breakfasts are available for a small charge - the perfect way to start any day
A varied selection of ales, beers, wines and spirits are available and a warm, welcoming atmosphere awaits you.
Excellent quality food
Our experienced chefs offer a wide range of freshly cooked, high-quality food. At lunchtime, we offer a range of sandwiches, lighter meals and grills and in the evening an a la carte menu including many traditional favourites. Both menus are supported by seasonal special dishes.
Children are well catered for with their own menu. And don't miss out on our range of fabulous hand made desserts.
Our menus are changed on a regular basis, using locally based produce and suppliers.
Old Winchester Hill National Nature Reserve is one of the major landmarks on The South Downs Way offering panoramic views of the countryside and is less than a mile from The George & Falcon.
The South Downs National Park became England’s newest National Park in April 2011, being officially recognised as an area of outstanding natural beauty and cultural heritage. The South Downs Way was Britain’s first long distance bridleway. It stretches for 100 miles, from the historical splendour of Winchester to the coastal town of Eastbourne, just beyond the dazzling white cliffs of the Seven Sisters and Beachy Head. It’s an ancient trail that follows drove ways and old paths along the chalk escarpment of the South Downs, which divide the beautiful Hampshire and Sussex weald from the south coast of England.
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