A traditional family pub
The village of Greatham is first mentioned in the Doomsday survey book of 1086, where the Manor of Greatham is mentioned - at the time, it then belonged to William the Conqueror, and was part of the area of hunting land now known as "Woolmer Forest". In 1903 the Army moved into nearby Longmoor and now the only pub in the village, The Greatham Inn, suddenly got a whole lot busier.
The pub has obviously changed a lot since those days and now has an excellent restaurant, a child (and dog) friendly garden and a regularly changing selection of real ales, draft cider and beers. Greatham is part of the South Downs National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and a favourite with both ramblers and cyclists who are more than welcome to "pit-stop" and refuel at a local village pub. There's a lot to do in the local area so why not pay us a visit and relax for a while - there's also free wi-fi if that's what you need.
We are normally open from 12:00-15:00 and from 17:00 till 23:00 Monday to Thursday, from 12:00 to 00:00 on Friday & Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 22:30. Dogs are welcome in the main bar; we have a supply of water bowls and have a selection of free doggy treats on the bar.
We serve food Tuesday to Saturday from 12.00 (noon) to 3.00 pm and from 6.00 pm until 9.00 pm and our excellent Sunday roast lunches are served from 12.00 (noon ) until 5.00 pm. PLEASE NOTE we do not serve food after 5.00pm on Sundays and not at all on Mondays.
For restaurant bookings please give us a call or email Contact Details (Sorry but online booking is currently unavailable)