Voted  Best Pub in Fleet 2010 by the News & Mail Readers 

Proud to be in CAMRAs Good Beer Guide 2013 & 2014

The 1st In 50 Pubs To Win The Punch Taverns

 'Quality Of Service Award' 2012

  

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the tweseldownThe Tweseldown is a curious little place – not least for its story book sounding name. It nestles at the edge of Ewshot and Church Crookham.

The area is mainly MOD land and contains some great walks. Sitting within the middle of these walks and conveniently placed on the main road is the Tweseldown Public House.

Taken over 8 years ago by Nigel and Maz, The Tweseldown has been quietly getting on with keeping its regulars happy but enticing new punters with its ever-changing seasonal menu. With Maz at the helm in the kitchen, ably supported by a loyal and enthusiastic team the kitchen is busily turning out genuine home-cooked food that is gathering a growing army of fans.

We have 3 seperate areas in the pub:

The 'Public' Bar - A pool table, Jukebox, and Fruit machine make this a great place to socialise with friends!

The 'Lounge' – Whether you are eating or drinking, this is a great place to relax infront of the roaring fire alone or with a group of friends.

The 'Barn' -  With our large tables, tiered seating areas and another log fire, this is the ideal place for a meal with family and friends!

There is a large outdoor area with bench seating, and also provides a warm and welcoming 'Smoking Shed', fully equipped with it's own lighting and heating systems.

All of this, combined with a function room that will comfortably hold upto 100 people, makes The Tweseldown a genuinely exciting place to visit, eat, drink and socialise.

Whether you call in mid-week lunchtime for one of their historically deep fluffy sandwiches and homemade soups, or take your chance that some roast may be left on Sunday night for Sam’s quiz night, please add it to your list of places to try. The Tweseldown with its quirky riding boots stuck to the ceiling (really!) and relaxed, friendly atmosphere that provides a welcome to all (kids and dogs met with enthusiasm) is doing what good pubs that provide food should all concentrate on – not trying to be gourmet or something to everyone – just producing a popular, good value menu, extremely well.

The Tweseldown has disabled access through it's 'Lounge Bar' door.