The Chequers Inn is a 16th Century English pub in between Keyhaven and Lymington, and we and the locals can’t get enough. It’s something of a hidden gem along the ancient maritime pathway on the edge of Lymington Salt Marsh and Nature Reserve, and for years it’s been serving a proper pub menu to walkers and families alike. Mains range from English lamb shank braised with red wine, honey and rosemary, right through to homemade pie, fresh fish of the day and, of course, a full roast on Sundays. Reservations at The Chequers Inn are definitely a good idea, especially if you’re visiting at the weekend.
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Everything was spot on soup was lovely the only fault was it all looked a bit dusty everywhere properly from the fire but thought it was bit too dusty for one day, we will be coming back for sure
Popped in for lovely Sunday roast, good value and large portions. Pub showing signs of wear and tear but an enjoyable lunch.
Fantastic food great cosy atmosphere friendly helpful staff easy to book