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, and from 12:00 to 23:00 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
We have revamped our menus of freshly cooked food for both lunchtime and dinner.. Look it might seem a long way away but our special Christmas Day Lunch menu (click here) for £55.00 pp is very popular and numbers are strictly limited so call now to reserve a place. If you're looking for somewhere to have your family or firm's Christmas Lunch our Xmas Party menu (click here) is now available for booking from 1st December for £25.00 pp, call to book a table and date
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 on Mondays.
You can now book a table at our restaurant online
Coming up at the Greatham Inn
There's a lot coming up in October - including lots of amazing Live Music!
Don't forget our Open Mike/Jam nights every Tuesday! Why not come out to play.
Saturday 7th October - Pub Quiz come and give the old grey matter a work-out.
Saturday 14th October - Live Music the return of the legendary Joe Jammer.
Saturday 21stOctober - Live Music with the return of Country Bandits, blue-grass country music like you never heard before
Saturday 28th October - Live Music with Honey Tonic, possibly the best new band in the area.
Why not join us for your special lunch, dinner or celebration - call and book a table to avoid disappointment or use our online booking system. You could pick some of your favourites from our NEW menus.
There's plenty going on at the pub with monthly Quiz nights (check our Facebook page for details), live music and other special events - see below for details and why not follow us on or to stay up to date with what's happening.
Tony and Denise took over the Greatham Inn in July 2015 and have set about providing excellent food in a traditional village pub atmosphere..
Is to provide a friendly atmosphere where you can sit down and enjoy good freshly-cooked food and pass the time relaxing with a drink. Check out our menu and bar snacks as well as our daily specials and special theme nights..
Why not have your special event at The Greatham Inn - birthday party, office Xmas party, wedding reception or what-ever. Contact us to see how we can make your special day even better!
All our meat is sourced from local butchers and suppliers and all of our food is freshly cooked - let us know if you have any special dietary requirements and we will do our best to ensure that they are met. Why not check out what others are saying about us on .
"What a lovely country pub! Visited with family for an early Christmas and Birthday on a Saturday early evening on Dec 3 RD. Booked in advance , great table , friendly welcome , lovely fires. Part of 9 all of whom loved their meals & service. Mixture of menus and Christmas Fayre , good value , good portions , friendly service a well run ' Local' country pub."PeterDalton71 TripAdvisor December 2016
Lots of people have enjoyed the hospitality at The Greatham Inn so why not join us and find out why we're so popular.