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Great Country Pubs Goes Group Friendly

May 15, 2013

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Great Country Pubs Goes Group Friendly

Looking for somewhere to lunch with a large group? Then look no further than Tourism South East’s www.greatcountrypubs.com.

The recently launched online resource designed to make life easier for group travel organizers will help larger parties find that special pit stop with unique charm, a friendly welcome, real ale and first-rate food – and all on one user-friendly website.

Hidden away in the South East’s countryside or in pretty market towns there are so many Great County Pubs waiting to be discovered, and normally all within easy reach of the main road or motorway.

Tour organisers using the site will find simple ‘Book Now’ options and an ‘Itinerary Planner’, plus a choice of pubs and inns listing ‘Group Friendly’ facilities such as coach parking on site, group discounts, driver incentives and accessible facilities. The homepage also features an easy-to-use search tool

allowing users to search for pubs in specific locations, plus each pub entry has a useful map and direct contact details for further information.

Project Manager Michelle Grant said: “We are excited about sharing our Great Country Pubs with this wider market. And we feel confident that a visit to a traditional English pub will enhance any group tour at the same time providing great value for money. We look forward to helping more groups enjoy one of our national institutions – the great British pub.”

So if you are planning a lunch celebration with a large group of friends or family, look no further thanwww.greatcountrypubs.com.

Hampshire pubs that are group friendly on the Great Country Pub website:

1.       The Vine, Hambledon

2.       Monty’s Inn, Beaulieu

3.       The Bakers Arms, Droxford

4.       The George & falcon, Warnford

5.       The Fish Inn, Ringwood

6.       The Bear & Ragged Staff, Romsey

7.       The Excheqeur, Fleet

8.       The Greyfriar, Chawton

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