From cream teas to light lunches, there’s plenty to keep your belly from rumbling at Buckler’s Hard.
Further to the Government’s announcement on Saturday 31st October, we have now closed our doors for the duration of the national lockdown.
Time travelling to the 18th century can be exhausting! Drop anchor and refuel after a busy day exploring the village, with plenty of food options to choose from.
The Captain's Cabin Tea Room is open once again open to attraction visitors and passers-by for light refreshments. Both indoor and outdoor seating will be available. Please observe the new safety measures in place to order and collect your food. Following recent government advice, face-coverings must be worn at all times, unless seated.
CAPTAIN’S CABIN TEA ROOMS
Treat yourself to a delicious cream tea or tuck into a light lunch at the Captain’s Cabin Tea Rooms. Also serving all-day snacks and hot drinks, the tea rooms open daily from 10am.
Pick up a loyalty card - buy six hot drinks and receive the next one free!
THE MASTER BUILDER’S HOUSE HOTEL
At the end of the Buckler’s Hard high street you’ll find The Master Builder's House Hotel.
The Riverview Restaurant terrace and the tables in their garden are open for lunch for non-residents. This is strictly on a reservation-only basis. Please call us on 01590 616253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a table reservation.
The Yachtsman's Bar remains closed for the time being.
Picnics are welcome at Buckler’s Hard. Bring a blanket and find a grassy spot or grab one of the picnic benches with views of the Beaulieu River.
Celebrate the launch of naval ship Towey with the Towey Tea. A delicious selection of sandwiches, scones, cakes and hot drinks for two people to share. Buckler's Hard is the perfect location to enjoy a peaceful afternoon tea!