Located in the lovely, picturesque village of Hawkley, Hampshire – some three and a half miles north of Petersfield – this jewel of a pub nestles in an area of outstanding natural beauty. The Hawkley Inn attracts walkers, cyclists, horse riders, back packers and all kinds of outdoorsy types, who are drawn to the beautiful views of its South Downs National Park location, its selection of seven real ales, and its fresh, locally sourced seasonal menu.
Address: The Hawkley Inn, Pococks Lane, Hawkley, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6NE.
Phone: 01730 827205
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do you have vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options?
Yes! Because our menu changes on a daily basis based on what is in season and fresh, we don’t offer permanent options. However, we almost always offer veggie options, and can adapt dishes to have them meet any dietary restrictions.
Q. How do you accommodate disabilities?
We work to provide the, best service for all of our guests. This includes wheelchair accessible parking, entrance, and seating, quiet areas for hearing, and more. Call the pub to talk to our staff about how we can best meet your needs and make your visit comfortable.
Q. Can I bring my dog?
Absolutely! We love our furry friends (and keep a jar of treats at the ready for their arrival.) Dogs are welcome at the bar, at the tables, and in the rooms. We just ask that they remain on the lead.
Q. Where do we park?
Guests are welcome to park along the lane across from the pub. It is wide and has plenty of spaces both ways for cars. For particularly busy days, there is ample parking available around the village center green.
Q. How do I get to the pub?
We are the first to admit we can be a bit hard to find. Google Maps & SatNav usually direct you correctly, but sometimes the signal iffy and our guests can get a bit lost!
(click here for Google Maps directions)
From the A3: When coming from the A3, you’ll be directed on to Farnham Road. Turn onto the Hawkley Road between the Spread Eagle Pub and Jacobs & Hunt Auctioneers. (There is a brown sign that points to The Hawkley Inn at that turning.) Follow this road for approx 1.5 miles. You’ll go over the A3, pass a stud farm on your left, and further up, a house with a border collie statue also on the left. You’ll hit a hair pin bend up a hill. Once you get to the top, you’ll take the first turn left on to Pococks Lane. Follow the lane about 200 yards and voila! The pub will be on the right hand side.
From A31/Alton/Selborne: Coming from the North gets a bit wiggly. For the most “straightforward” way, follow the B3006 until you reach Empshott. Turn right, and follow signs towards Hawkley, and then towards Upper Green. You’ll pass an intersection with a sign post indicating towards Upper Green on the right and Uplands Lane on the left. Go straight through, and then turn at the first right afterwards (also marked with a sign post), which will be Pococks Lane. The pub will be straight ahead on your right.
If you ever end up in the village green triangle with the church and village hall, don’t worry! You aren’t far at all! Keeping the church on your left, drive up the slight hill towards the Cheesecombe Farm Lane sign. Turn left at the sign onto Pococks Lane. You see those lights just up the road? That’s us! See you soon!