The Grade II listed Red Lion, which was once a coaching inn, has been providing a warm welcome to weary travellers since 1736. The hotel is located in the heart of Fareham's mediaeval market town, making it an ideal base for avid explorers.
What style cuisine is on offer at The Red Lion Inn?
The Red Lion serves a robust selection of pub favourites, as well as a delicious real ale or glass of good wine, so you can relax and unwind. Everything is freshly cooked at the restaurant, from sizzling steaks and scrumptious burgers to lighter snacks.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at The Red Lion Inn?
The Red Lion Hotel's lovely, classically furnished rooms include with a TV and complimentary Wi-Fi. A hairdryer and ironing facilities are available, as well as tea and coffee making amenities.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Fareham area?
Any time of year, there's enough to do near The Red Lion to keep you entertained. At Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, climb aboard Nelson's Battle of Trafalgar flagship, HMS Victory, and see the remnants of the Tudor-era battleship, Mary Rose, as well as HMS Warrior, the world's first armour-plated, iron-hulled warship. Alternatively, take a leisurely stroll through Arundel's mediaeval town. It's full with attractive sights, such as Arundel Castle and Gardens, a mediaeval castle and stately mansion. Titchfield Abbey, an English Heritage Scheduled Ancient Monument, is also well worth a visit. You'll learn about its intriguing history and witness the grand 16th-century gatehouse with its turreted entrance. Hinton Ampner is a National Trust property with an elegant county house filled with historic furniture, paintings, and objets d'art. While outside you’ll find fine gardens and a beautiful 1,600 acres estate.