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‘Picture postcard’ may be a cliché, but this cottagey little pub is the image of a country idyll, and it comes with impressive self-sufficient cred – note the fruit trees, vegetable beds, chickens
and beehives in the garden. To match it, Jason King’s simple but generous cooking is driven by respect for great produce, and he rings the changes on his daily blackboard menu. Expect rabbit and
pheasant terrine, gloriously rich venison ‘pot pies’ and soufflés showcasing local cheeses, ahead of, say, home-reared pork (perhaps fillet, belly, loin or even kidney), served with red cabbage,
crisp new potatoes and glossy gravy. For afters, order treacle tart or blueberry sponge pudding with custard made from the pub’s own eggs, or try the summer pudding packed with locally picked
berries. Two oak-beamed bedrooms in the old barn mean day trips can now become weekend breaks.
The pub has a small, self sufficient farm which they use throughout their dishes. The herbs used in the cooking are grown around the patio and garden and a small holding field is at the back of the land for their pigs, sheep, bees and chickens - possibly the freshest eggs I have ever had!We arrived at 6pm and collected our keys for the Hayloft room which is absolutely charming...
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Each September we've started a bit of a tradition in getting out of London, heading to Hampshire and going to the Newbury show - a proper country folk knees up! The past two years we have decided to make a whole weekend of it and stay at the wonderful Wellington Arms in Baughurst - a beautiful country pub serving excelling food and houses three beautifully furnished rooms. It has now become one of my favourite places to go, it's just bliss. The pub has a small, self sufficient farm which they use throughout their dishes. The herbs used in the cooking are grown around the patio and garden and a small holding field is at the back of the land for their pigs, sheep, bees and chickens - possibly the freshest eggs I have ever had!...
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