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Inns in Warsash

The Jolly Farmer Country Inn
29 Fleetend Road
Warsash
Hampshire

SO31 9JH | View map
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Originally farm cottages The Jolly Farmer became a pub in 1835 and retains it's true country atmosphere. Martin and Cilla O'Grady have been operating the Jolly Farmer since 1983, in the belief that true hospitality should be a place where visiters can relax and enjoy the finest traditions of eating and drinking.Great pride is taken in offering quality food and wine, a large selection of real ales, premium beers and lagers as well as an exceptional and friendly service. The Jolly Farmer has a relaxed and enjoyable 'Country Inn' atmosphere where traditional old fashioned values are never forgotten.We have accommodation for both business and pleasure; all rooms being semi en-suite, centrally heated with colour television, radio alarm and a welcome hospitality tray. A glorious Farmers English Breakfast is always served or maybe something lighter if you prefer. Breakfast meetings are also catered for; a time efficient way to discuss important business issues before your day begins. If you have any other requirements, The Jolly Farmer will always be pleased to cater for them.Martin and Cilla look forward to welcoming you.

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