“Built by the father of modern archaeology, General Augustus Pitt Rivers, the inn once fed and watered visitors to his nearby (long closed) museum. Today, part thatched and low-ceilinged, it offers good ales and locally sourced food served by friendly Antipodean staff and buzzes with happy country folk, either seated in the spacious bar, the elegant 'Shed' restaurant or the conservatory hung with hunting prints. The eight bedrooms are simply and stylishly decorated and there's also a comfy residents' lounge with open fire and squashy sofas. Perfect after a muddy walk.”
Written by Fiona Duncan
“Imagine....the finest multi award-winning country free house, situated in the heart of England's most beautiful countryside, in the picture postcard village of Farnham. where the service is friendly, the food Michelin Recommended and the wine list exceptional. The rooms are elegant and nothing is too much trouble.
You have just imagined the Museum Inn.”