Turfcutters Arms East Boldre
It’s the season for Christmas feasting and festivities! Do get your bookings in for your Christmas Parties – see this year’s Christmas Menu which as usual represents brilliant value for money in the “best pub in the New Forest”. (Click here for menu.)
First Saturday of the month we now have Men’s Community Breakfast: St Paul’s Church invites men of the Village to come along and share a hearty Turfcutters breakfast together. The objective is simply an hour or so of fellowship among neighbours and to make friends. All men welcome. First Saturday morning of the month 8.30 am, reserve at the Bar, £6.95 payable on the day.
Traditional New Forest pub – great food, B&B in converted barn
For great pub food and a warm New Forest welcome, come along to the Turfcutters Arms. A traditional pub with bed & breakfast accommodation available in our converted thatched barn.
In the New Forest, about 3 miles south of Beaulieu, our pub is situated in the village of East Boldre. More than just a pub with rooms, we are one of the few remaining traditional New Forest pubs in Hampshire and are quite famous locally for serving up some of the most outstanding food in the area at very reasonable prices.
We have roaring open fires in the winter, and a lovely pub garden for the summer.
We’re only a short drive from Southampton or Bournemouth, so whether you have spent the day sampling the delights of the cities or you’ve been walking, or cycling, through the beautiful countryside of the New Forest, it makes an ideal place to stop off for refreshments. If you’re attending a function at hotels nearby such as The Montagu Arms Hotel in Beaulieu or The Master Builder’s Hotel in Buckler’s Hard, do give us a call to see if we can sort something out for you.
We welcome dogs and well-behaved children and a warm reception is extended to everyone.
Feel free to contact us, get directions or check out our rooms.
Friday Night Live Music
Do check out our LIVE MUSIC page too – lots of Friday Night entertainment through the winter.