Fixed Price Menu
Choice of Starter & Main or Main & Pudding only £12.95
This menu is available from Monday - Friday until 7pm.
Enjoy the Weekends in comfort...
Seasonal offers throughout the Winter season includes 3 nights for the price of 2 from Friday to Sunday for a limited time only.
Also, enjoy dinner as part of your B&B package.
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English Country Garden Cocktail
This Summer why not try our brand new summer drink that's perfect for sharing - English Country Garden
Tanqueray Gin Lovingly paired with St Germain elderflower liqueur, cloudy apple juice and fresh mint in this celebration of an English Country Garden
Wednesday 20th August until Saturday 20th September
Introducing our latest seasonal ale - Brewer's Bee
If you haven't been tempted by this delicious bittersweet brew already, get one now! It is only here once a year, and much like the sunny weather, this summery beer won't 'bee' around for long!
It's a golden tawny brew with a floral honey aroma, light hop notes and a biscuity backdrop.
Wednesday 20th August until Friday 31st October
Our plans for Christmas are well underway; if you’re looking to arrange a Christmas Party or just want to see what festive offerings we have this year make sure you download our Christmas menus at the bottom of the page.
The Wellington Arms, Services
The Wellington Arms Hotel is situated within the Duke of Wellington's estate, on the edge of Stratfield Turgis near Basingstoke.
The Wellington Arms Hotel has 27 well-appointed en-suite rooms, which are made up of singles, twins, doubles and family rooms, all featuring charming wrought iron bedsteads. All of our rooms come with tea and coffee facilities and free Wifi, as well as a flat screen TV with DVD player for your entertainment. Room service is available.
All rooms include a full English breakfast in the morning, which is freshly cooked to order. Breakfast is served from 7.00 till 9.30am Mon-Fri and 8.00 till 10am weekends and bank holidays, so that you can have that well deserved lie in. Check in on arrival day is from 2pm while checkout is 12am, giving you time to enjoy breakfast and prepare for the day ahead.
The Wellington Arms Hotel is situated in the heart of the beautiful Hampshire countryside and is easily accessible from Basingstoke, Reading and the M3 & M4 motorways. For centuries the Wellington Arms has provided a haven for brides & grooms to celebrate the most important day of their lives with friends and family.
You can find a copy of our current wedding brochure below to download. If there is anything we can help you with please do not hesitate to call our Events Co-ordinator who will be happy to advise you.
Wedding reviews in Trip Advisor:
"They could not have been more helpful and accommodating. Nothing was too much to ask."
"The food was excellent and the tables looked stunning, all our guests were happy with the quality of service."
Hall & Woodhouse Charity of the Year
Hall & Woodhouse Charity of the Year
Since 2011, Hall & Woodhouse have made a commitment to support a selected charity on an annual basis. Any charity can apply to become our company charity; the only requirement is that the charity operates within our trading region of the South of England - from Dartmoor in the West to Sevenoaks in the East.
If you would like to become our next charity you can be nominated by one of our houses or you can apply directly to Anthony Woodhouse, firstname.lastname@example.org using the form overleaf. For more information please download our charity brochure below.
The charity is selected via nominations throughout the year and a company-wide vote, which is held in February. All applicants and nominees will then be contacted to inform them if they have been successful.
The winning charity will then be publicly announced in March.
The current Hall & Woodhouse Charity of the Year is Macmillan Cancer Support, who provide practical, medical and financial support and push for better cancer care. Charity Registration Number: 261017.
There are two million people living with cancer today and their needs are not being fully met. By 2030 there will be four million people living with cancer. We need to do more to help everyone affected by cancer get the support they need from their local Macmillan team.