A New Forest country pub with literary connections
Nestled on the edge of the New Forest National Park and named after P.G Wodehouse’s creation – the Earl of Emsworth’s prize-winning Berkshire pig – the Empress of Blandings is the perfect pit stop for your countryside adventures. And located just off the A31, it is an excellent place to meet for a meal before or after exploring the National Park.
With a menu full of pub classics, regularly changing specials and perfect Sunday Roasts, it’s got everything covered; all washed down with a pint of draught Badger Beer from Dorset. And when the sun does shine, their outside terrace is the perfect place to relax, unwind and watch the world go by.
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