The Robin Hood Inn is situated in the quaint village of Rowland’s Castle in South East Hampshire, on the border with West Sussex.
Rowland’s Castle is known for its large village green and railway station which is on the London to Portsmouth line.
The village is popular with walkers and cyclists as a point just off the South Downs National Park and neighbouring The Stansted Estate.
There are three long distance footpaths that cross through the village; Sussex Border Path, Staunton Way and Monarchs Way. Enjoy these fabulous walks before a delicious meal in the Robin Hood.
The Robin Hood Inn is situated in the village facing the green. It is an ideal base for tourists visiting Portsmouth, Chichester and nearby Emsworth. The Inn is a traditional real ale pub and has a menu that has been carefully put together to include a variety of pub favourites. It also has accommodation that is very comfortable, tastefully decorated and reasonably priced.
The team at the Robin Hood look forward to welcoming you soon.