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Customer Notice: Opening Hours
Please note as of 2nd April 2018, we will be amending our weekday opening hours and will open Monday to Friday from 11am, with all our offerings as usual. Weekend opening hours will remain as usual from 9am, with our full Breakfast Menu available until 11am.
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‘Newcomer of the Year’ finalist at The Hampshire Life Food & Drink Awards

Thank you for your support and to everyone who voted for us!

Welcome to The Red Lion, Odiham.  A recently refurbished pub and B&B with 7 stunning hotel rooms, offering relaxed dining, 7 days a week. Open from 9 am.

Independently owned, The Red Lion, Odiham is ideally located just off the M3 motorway near Hook and Basingstoke and offers the perfect combination of a traditional English pub and relaxed modern design Ideal for a great pint of local beer, a delicious taste of fresh, local and seasonal Hampshire fare or a place to rest your head for the night on Odiham’s picturesque high street, within easy reach of local towns and villages including Alton, Fleet, Farnham, Basingstoke and Hook.

We are part of the Red Mist Leisure family and are truly passionate about pubs, we care about our customers and take great pride in their enjoyment. We are dedicated to sourcing from British farmers and producers and using only sustainable ingredients.

We place such high value on the happiness of our staff and believe in being open, honest and fair. We believe in rewarding loyalty and dedication shown by both our staff and customers (check out Red Card Rewards). Most importantly, we are committed to delivering an authentic and genuine pub experience to our customers.

Watch the video below to discover more about the Red Mist Leisure family…

Old-world charm blends seamlessly with contemporary at this 500-year-old public house, where top-notch furnishings and duck-down bedding guarantee a great night’s sleep and tasty locally-sourced food is dished up with a buzzy vibe.

The Telegraph