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The Fox


The Fox

Set in the beautiful countryside, Bramdean’s Fox Inn was already 200 years old when the Prince of Wales (crowned George IV) came for refreshment with his entourage.

In lasting memory to the hospitality given to him, the prince granted the landlord the right to display his famous crest.

This crest, with its three feathers and motto, Ich Dien, can still be seen today, carved in oak and proudly fixed to the exterior of this historic inn.

The Fox Inn

“This Inn is over 400 years old and as depicted by the Plume of Feathers is proud to have played host to The Prince of Wales, later to become King George IV in 1820”.


And the Fox Inn is truly historic, having witnessed Cromwell’s soldiers and the King’s Army march by to do battle at Cheriton in 1644. A battle that changed the course of the Civil War.

Today and fronting the A272 road, midway between Winchester and Petersfield, the Fox Inn is an oasis of excellent ales and food that will delight even the most jaded palate.

There is a large selection of starters and main courses at lunchtimes and evenings, all prepared to a high standard. Please see out menu for more information.

The Fox Inn, Bramdean – 1906

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