The Watership Down Inn, Whitchurch
Slightly outside our area, but well worth a summer outing , especially with Bombay Saphire and walks nearby.
They have a delicious seasonal menu ready to tempt you and in addition to the inside seating they have a large sun terrace, plus they are keeping the stretch marquee in the garden so come rain or shine they have lots of options available to host you comfortably.
Uncover the secrets of the world-famous gin on the site of an historic paper mill in the Hampshire countryside. Learn about the rare production processes that go into the craft of making Bombay Sapphire gin, and discover the sustainable measures and ecology of the conservation area they call home.The proud history of Laverstoke Mill is recorded as far back as the 1086 Doomsday Book, in which a mill is noted on the site. Laverstoke Mill has been under the ownership of William the Conqueror, Henry VIII and enjoyed four royal visits, most recently Queen Elizabeth in 1962.
In building a modern distillery at Laverstoke Mill every reasonable effort has been made to ensure the processes and buildings are as sustainable and efficient as possible. In recognition of this the distillery was awarded the highly prestigious BREEAM Award for Industrial Design in 2014. BREEAM, the world’s leading and most widely used environmental assessment method for buildings, sets the standard for best practice in sustainable design and has become the measurement used to describe a building’s environmental performance.
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