Eat Out to Help Out

July 30, 2020

From Monday 3rd August, you’ll be able to dine in participating restaurants with up to 50% off, up to £10 per diner (not including alcohol).

The new Eat Out to Help Out scheme, government led to encourage diners to return to pubs, restaurants, cafes in order to boost the economy, will apply on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday each week in August. You can find the full details here.

We are extremely fortunate in our branch towns and villages to benefit from some fantastic eateries locally, many of which are taking part in this summer incentive. To find out if your favourite is participating, you can search by postcode here.

Given the guidance in place, booking is likely recommended in most, but you don’t need to access a voucher as the discount is automatically applied.

Our branch teams are all local residents themselves so we’ve asked which one’s will be top of their list this summer…

All of the following favourites from our teams are taking part in the 50% off scheme…

The Dog & Partridge, Yateley

A favourite of our Branch Manager, Gavin Fouracre, and Lettings Manager, Tracy Cook, this central, independent pub is participating and apparently serves a rather tasty fish finger sandwich.

The Exchequer, Fleet

A red mist leisure pub, offering seasonal menus and typical British pub food, with a great patio. Roughly 2 miles from Fleet, well-located for a pit-stop along the canal walk, this pub is a favourite of our Land Director, Katherine Gray.

The Old House at Home, Newnham

This family-run village pub is a go-to for our Hook Branch Manager, Simon Dredge. If you’re a fan of a Hampshire gin or quality pub food, this is definitely worth a visit.

Cafe 46, Yateley

If you’re looking for somewhere to catch-up over a coffee, this place is just perfect – a favourite of our Lettings Manager, Tracy Cook, particularly as it’s a community-run affair, by St Peters Church, staffed entirely by volunteers.

The Swan, Farnborough

This contemporary gastropub, chosen by Ash Vale Branch Manager, Darren Allett, has a superb garden, perched at the end of the private Farnborough Airport runway, boasting overhead views of the planes as they embark on their descend to the Airport.

The Phoenix Inn, Hartley Wintney

Chosen by Land Director, Katherine Gray, Managing Director, Stephen Tetlow and Trainee Negotiator, Ben Fordham, there was no way we weren’t including this award-winning gastropub.

The Mill House, North Warnborough

Located directly opposite our new development of Castlebrook, this hotspot chosen by Hook’s Senior Client Manager, Kieran Egan boasts one of the best gardens in the area, with a beautiful pond and watermill.

The Courtyard Cafe, Hartley Wintney

“The best-kept secret in the village", but not from our Senior Client Manager, Lloyd Clarke. With, you guessed it, a courtyard garden and an enviable location where the cricket green meets the high street, this is a great venue for breakfast, lunch or dinner!

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