The Carpenters Arms
With plenty of pubby character and really friendly, cheerful staff, this bustling inn has a good mix of both locals and visitors.
It is comfortable and understated with stools, lots of tables and a roaring log fire.
Nestled in the village of Burghclere, The Carpenters Arms is a great base for walking holidays. It is surrounded by glorious countryside including Watership Down, made famous by Richard Adams’ book of the same name.
And last, but certainly not least, you are welcome to walk in the footsteps of another celebrated local, the world famous English artist, Sir Stanley Spencer. He lived a stone’s throw from The Carpenters Arms and painted local Burghclere scenes as well as his unique and moving murals at the Sandham Memorial Chapel in Burghclere.
So for good food, real ales, delightful accommodation and a blend of the country and culture – make time to visit Burghclere, make time to enjoy The Carpenters Arms – we’d love to welcome you.
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ON WEDNESDAY 14TH JANUARY THE PUB WILL BE CLOSED UNTIL 5PM FOR ESSENTIAL ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.