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The Woolpack Country Inn
Alresford
Hampshire

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The Woolpack Inn in Totford; Hampshire; has re-opened after an extensive refurbishment and the proud new owners of this Grade 1 listed; picturesque pub; Brian and Jarina Ahearn; look forward to welcoming you. The Woolpack Inn is within easy reach of Alresford; Basingstoke; Winchester and Southampton.With a new menu; boasting a vast range of local produce; we are open for lunch; dinner and bar snacks; seven days a week. You can choose to dine in our traditional bar area; the 50-cover dining room or the heated outside area. The private dining room; with its own garden; is available for all styles of party. A beer garden; with children's play area; is also available for the warmer months.In addition to our regularly changing; seasonal menus; for Sunday lunch we include a traditional local roast with all the trimmings.Wines from around the world have been carefully chosen by ourselves and Berry Bros & Rudd. This list is complemented with a short; but concise; "Fine Wine Parcel" that shouts exceptional value for money!Eight newly refurbished ensuite bedrooms; with heavy emphasis on home comfort; offer king size or twin beds; plasma screen & DVD; broadband and mini-bar. Bathroom requisites are supplied by The White Company.Shooting parties; dogs; families; walkers and cyclists will all find a warm and friendly welcome at The Woolpack Inn

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