Come and join them at the Old Mill
In a tranquil riverside location only 3 miles from Lymington in the New Forest, the Old Mill is a prime venue for al fresco dining and drinking, with external terrace dining for over 200 as well as an informal pub garden.
Inside the bar and dining areas have a modern new look that celebrates the origins of the building as a 18th Century working water mill. And they have 12 boutique bedrooms for the ultimate pub with rooms stay.
Where is The Old Mill located?
The Mill is situated on the eastern edge of the New Forest and is ideally located for exploring both the stunning South coast and Hampshire countryside.
Experience the New Forest, complete with wild ponies, deer and cows. Take in the villages of Lyndhurst, Brockenhurst & Lymington and enjoy a quiet afternoon in one of the delightful tea rooms, before heading back to The Old Mill!
What cuisine is on offer at The Old Mill?
The Old Mill make all dishes using only the freshest seasonal produce, championing local suppliers and showcasing some of the best of British. From the mouthwatering starters and delightful largers plates to leave your taste buds dancing.
All of the chefs take great pride and precise care in each plate of food ensuring you're always left feeling the perfect combination of full but wanting just one more mouthful.
What is the signature dish at The Old Mill?
At The Old Mill, they pride themselves on a variety of dishes that come out of the kitchen, but a firm favourite would be their fish and chips!
Freshly made batter, crispy fish, chunky chips and peas, it is understandable why it is the most popular!
What makes a meal at The Old Mill unique?
When coming into the The Old Mill you will feel comfortable, welcome and it is the defintion of a home away from home.
They are renowned for the superb attention to detail for exquisite food and impeccable customer service. Customers only ever leave feeling fully relaxed and more than statisfied from a truly pleasurable experience. From the garden blossoming throughout the year to spend glorious summer evenings, to cosy, comforting and warm inside for the winter months.