The Cricketers is an old Drover’s pub, built in the 16th century. It was the last stopping point for sheep drovers taking their flocks to the Weyhill Fair, five miles to the south. It is set in the beautiful countryside of north west Hampshire, below the rolling Berkshire Downs.

Popular with locals the pub attracts many visitors for its cask beers and traditional pub food. The Cricketers Arms has a cosy atmosphere with an original inglenook fireplace in the main bar and wood burning stoves in the dining areas. It is an excellent place to meet for an informal lunch or evening out with friends.

Housed in a Scandinavian timber style chalet are ten comfortable spacious bedrooms, which are all en suite. All rooms are equipped with a television, telephone, internet access and tea and coffee making facilities.

Lunchtime Opening
We are closed lunchtime from Monday to Thursday and open for lunch Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.

Special Lunch Opening
Please contact us if you are planning a lunch party - we would be delighted to arrange a special luchtime opening for any occasion - Monday to Thursday.