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Best things to do in Bursledon

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

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“A short drive from us on the other side of the River Hamble is a real English pub serving great food. ”
11 locals recommend
Supermarket
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“Massive Tesco Extra. Sells everything: food, clothes, household items, electricals, toys etc.”
4 locals recommend
Restaurant
“The Ferry Restaurant based in the historic Elephant Boatyard, Bursledon, Southampton is a real hidden gem set right on the Hamble river. Outside seating lets you take full advantage of the beautiful views in peaceful surroundings on these lovely summer evenings. French head chef Anthony prepares and cooks everything from fresh and sources local produce wherever possible. ”
3 locals recommend
Windmill
“Bursledon Windmill is Hampshire's only working windmill. Built in 1814, it was restored and reopened in 1990 as a working windmill. Great day out with the kids.”
2 locals recommend
Gastropub
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2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Lovely food. Great beer! Very intresting old parts of the building when people were shorter. Mine your head! Great walk behind the pub.”
3 locals recommend
Cafe
“Its within the Marina and does a decent breakfast and Fridays nights is very popular for a wine and you can sit and dream about which boat you would like to own. Another very short journey from Baytree about 120 metres.”
2 locals recommend
Pub
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“A friendly welcome from Andy & Gilly will greet you at this traditional English Pub. Great Beers and a traditional ambiance. Good Pub Grub served until 8.30 but ask Gilly if she has any of her 'specials'”
1 local recommends
Meal Takeaway
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1 local recommends
Convenience Store
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1 local recommends
Doctor's Office
1 local recommends
Bar
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“Tucked away in a secluded corner of Hampshire countryside in Hungerford Bottom, Old Bursledon, the Fox & Hounds pub is a very old pub that dates back to the 16th century. Next door to the main pub building, there is the historic Lone Barn pub restaurant, located in an old renovated barn house dating from 1871 that was carefully relocated, brick by brick, from Winchester in 1974.Inside the Fox & Hounds pub, you’ll find a pleasant, relaxed atmosphere and a traditional pub setting with exposed wooden beams, roaring open fires and candlelit tables. The Lone Barn is a celebration of the agricultural heritage of the Hampshire countryside that surrounds it.”
1 local recommends