English charm meets French sophistication at Hartley Wintney’s The Cricketers, situated in a quaint village in the depths of countrified Hampshire. An olde worlde pub with pillared doorway and creeping ivy, overflowing hanging baskets and bench seating looking out over the village’s cricket green (the oldest continuously used green in the country), The Cricketers beautifully combines British traditionalism with contemporary style, the interior bright and comfortable with neutral décor surrounding brick fireplaces, wing backed armchairs and the centrepiece - a huge Victorian wood carved bar. Focusing on rustic French dishes, The Cricketers menu also provides more than its fair share of good, robust British flavour with Sunday lunches always popular with local diners. Both Cask Marque accredited ales and high quality wines and champagnes are available at the bar.
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