The Walhampton Arms
Situated on top of Walhampton hill, the Walhampton Arms is a large, spacious pub/restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere. Every Friday they have a jazz band performing.
The Walhampton Arms
Walhampton Hill
SO41 5RE

Tel: 01590 673113
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map - The Walhampton Arms Walhampton Hill Walhampton SO41 5RE
Monday 10am to 11pm
Tue to Fri 10am to 3pm
& 6pm to 11pm
Saturday 10am to 11pm
Sunday 12noon to 11pm

Food served
Sunday 12noon to 8pm
Monday 12noon to 8pm
Tue to Fri 12noon to 2.30pm
& 6pm to 9pm
Saturday 12noon to 9.30pm

Correct as of 21-12-2011
The Walhampton Arms was originally part of the Walhampton Estate, the former Home Farm included a dairy that produced milk and butter for people living nearby.

Along Monument Lane (next to the pub) is a 75ft tapered
obelisk erected in 1842 in honour of Admiral Harry Burrard Neale. He was Mayor of Lymington and helped introduce gas street lighting to the town, he was also a close friend of George III and his sister modelled many times for Gainsborough. He lived in nearby Walhampton House.
The Walhampton Arms
The Walhampton Arms interior
The Walhampton Arms seating