Petersfield is a market town and civil parish in the East Hampshire district of Hampshire, England. It is 17 miles (27 km) north of Portsmouth, via the A3 road. The town has its own railway station on the Portsmouth Direct Line, the mainline rail link connecting Portsmouth and London. Situated on the northern slopes of the South Downs, Petersfield lies wholly within the South Downs National Park.
Restaurants in Petersfield
4.5 based on 159 reviews
We often come here so the kids can run around and play in the park. Also the plump duck sells duck food which is also nice for the kids to get up close with the local wildlife.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
A wonderful retreat from the hustle bustle of life, a tranquil spot to rest and recharge your batteries. Not so good in winter as outside and plants dormant but still worth a wanderGlad you braved the weather and enjoyed the garden. We all look forward to spring!
4.5 based on 76 reviews
You have three options of payment cash, cheque or washing up!
Great wholesome food, simple quiche, plough,and or soup all delicious and handmade, big portions with excellent cask beer, magical cottage garden with friendly sparrows with plants often to purchase for charitable causes
As pubs used to be, long live the Harrow
4.5 based on 56 reviews
What a fabulous asset for the town. Quite a few people assume this outdoor pool isn't heated but it sure is! And perfect to swim on our sometimes grey days. Friendly staff and nice coffees and snacks on hand, as well as WIFI. If you live in or near Petersfield and haven't been yet...shame on you! It's lovely.
5 based on 21 reviews
We extend a very warm welcome to members, societies and visitors alike. Petersfield Golf Club is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Our location is easy to reach from most areas such as Winchester, Southampton or Portsmouth, and the Hindhead tunnel has dramatically improved travel time from anywhere North. The 6,437 yard gently undulating course is a jewel in the South Downs National Park. It meanders its way through delightful countryside with some outstanding views. With USGA designed greens and free draining fairways, it offers all-year-round play and a true test of golf for all levels of golfer. Our modern and spacious clubhouse affords superb views from every window, with our extensive balcony overlooking the 18th green. These fine facilities with excellent cuisine enable the Club to offer exceptional value for Society and Corporate golf days.
I'm a member of this great club. Really helpful and friendly people especially in the pro shop.
The course it's self is open almost all year round, I think they closed for only 1day last year! It'always in great condition and a good challenge both good and not so good golfers.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
The Ashford Hangers are a really beautiful bonus of being in this part of Hampshire. They rise steeply from the Ashford side of Steep village and are criss-crossed with wonderful paths, streams, ancient yew woods and beech woods. There are very attractive open bits of grassland too, covered with orchids and all sorts of wildflowers in season and the Edward Thomas memorial is a lovely place to contemplate the view of the villages below and enormous valley and beyond to the South Downs. Magic!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Have plenty of time and patience on hand before visiting with children, who love creating, painting and decorations.Thank you for your review. I hope you enjoyed the session. A good deal of patience is always a good idea when creative experiences are involved. I do hope they enjoyed their finished works of art!
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The Flora Twort Gallery houses the work of Flora Twort, an artist inspired by the local area and its people. A fantastic range of sketches, watercolours and prints can be viewed. The gallery also exhibits the Bedales costume collection, which consists of pieces dating from the 1700's. A selection of our collections are shown each year and changed annually. We also feature a regularly changing programme of Exhibitions featuring work by local artists, community groups and schools. There are also activities for children and families throughout the year such as dressing up, gallery quizzes, arts and crafts and a town trail.
The Flora Twort Gallery is an attractive gallery which has a retail area, a ground floor space that exhibits beautifully preserved historic clothing; and upstairs there is a room exhibitng Flora Twort's paintings and sketches and an adjoining Community Gallery which displays work by artists working in different media. The displays are well presented. This gallery ( and the museum situated on the other side of St Peter's Church ) is fun and well worth a visit.
4 based on 17 reviews
We thought we would pop in for lunch as we were passing and we was pleasantly surprised the menu was full of choices so much so we had a job choosing what to order but eventually we made our minds up and placed our order, and the food came all nice and hot and well presented we would obversely return again soon
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Online craft business, selling Glass Painted Pictures, Book folds and much more. We no longer are an actual shop in Petersfield, it now attend craft show, country shows around the uk. We have a small selection within Bosham Arts And Craft Centre in West Sussex. Please get in touch if you are after something special. Many Thanks Mandy Lee
We were in Petersfield visiting from the USA for a friend's wedding and wanted some souvenirs to take back home. We came upon this shop and it's lovely owner Mandy by chance. The store is full of hand crafted gifts - everything from hand painted doggy and animal plaques, hand painted wine glasses and lots of cute craft and gifts. Mandy was very interested in why we were in town and accommodated our needs perfectly. We bought doggy and Penguin gifts and some other bits and pieces. Really a delightful shop and very unusual - unique and very special hand made items. Highly recommended
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