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The Greatham Inn, Greatham - pub details

Address: Petersfield Rd, Greatham, Liss, Hampshire, GU33 6AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19961) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Liss (2.2 miles), Liphook (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 10 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Temple Inn, Liss Forest (1.3 miles), Spread Eagle, West Liss (1.6 miles), Blue Bell, West Liss (1.8 miles), Bluebell, Liss (1.8 miles)

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great beer kept here- Bowmans x 2 , Aton - Moondance, all in excellent condition, but very quiet, for a hot Summers day on Saturday just gone.
Not sure how this will survive in these times, just 3 people dining, all looked very uninspiring food.!- we didn't eat here.
we were the only 2 sitting outside, with just 3 other people inside.
Has enormous potential to be great !
ladiesview - 20 Aug 2012 11:50
I was dreaming of the perfect English winter pub the other day, you know, a roaring fire, wooden floors, sofas to flop on, great local beer, dog friendly and welcoming staff when I woke up and found I was in the Greatham Inn. It's a gem! The beers were all in wonderful nick (Swift One, Moondance and 49er) and the pub was as warm and welcoming as I had dreamed. Didn't eat but I'm told there's a new chef and, judging by the approving noises from the diners, I imagine he's pretty good. Why not drop off the only roundabout on the A3 south of London and experience it for yourselves? It's a classic.
slickslinger - 20 Nov 2011 06:35
Had a Lovely Sunday lunch here last week. Friendly atmosphere, great food, excellent value. Will be back
tippleme - 13 Jul 2011 21:30
We have often had wonderful meals at this pub but since it changed hands we have had two dreadful meals. The quality of the meals has gone downhill - for example the steak pie was dried up and over cooked, with a shrinking thin pasty lid. The vegetables were cold and had to be reheated.

The potatoes used to be fantastic - great big chunky home made chips - but these were reheated and black in places. The previous owner was very friendly and seemed to keep a close eye on things, always checking with us that our meal was good.
However, on the first occassion there was only a girl on her own, and the second time the new owner preferred to stand at the half empty bar and never came near us in the restaurant. Depite leaving quite a lot of the meal on the plate, and commenting on the black potatoes to the waitress, no apology was forthcoming.

The pub itself seems half empty now, with few people eating. Its very disappointing, and a great loss to the area.
topgear48 - 28 Jul 2010 17:36
I visited this pub with high hopes after hearing it was under new management and shouldn't have bothered! Yes the pub is big, a fact accentuated by the lack of customers, and cold as there was no sign of the afore mentioned log fire. The Forty niner was passable but not great and the landlady was efficient but a bit of character and the ability to hold a conversation is just, if not more as important. To sum it up, the pub is big and cold and the bar staff are lacking personality so the passable beer is not enough to tempt me back to this pub. Now the Selbourne Arms, that's a place to go!
Beenie - 19 Mar 2010 14:41

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