Stunning views across the Solent
The Osborne View joined the Hall & Woodhouse family in 1961 and is the only remaining pub along Hill Head Beach front, with direct access to the shingle beach. Affording stunning views across the Solent (on a clear day of course!) the pub is named after Osborne House (residential home of HM Queen Victoria) on the Isle of Wight. With over 400 outside covers spanning a raised decked patio and large garden, together with a separate outside bar, there’s nothing quite like it for watching the World go by, particularly on a bright spring or summer’s day. Indeed, in 1912 the Titanic reportedly sailed by on its maiden and last voyage from Southampton to New York! Built in the Victorian era, you can also rest assured that if the sun isn’t shining, there’s always a truly warm welcome waiting for you in the cosy interior, with separate dining and more informal seating areas.
“There is nothing which has yet been contrived by man by which so much happiness is produced as by a good tavern or inn.”
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