Did you know?
1.The town was founded in the early 12th Century by the Earl of Gloucester.
2.Petersfield hosts its own music festival in March every year. The first music festival dates back to 1901.
3.The Petersfield Heath’s burial grounds are believed to be over 4000 years old.
LissLiss is a village in East Hampshire, situated to the north of Petersfield, this quaint village has several places to eat and drink. Liss railway station is on the Portsmouth Direct Line.
SteepSteep is a village in East Hampshire. It is renowned for having Iron Age and Roman remains being found there.
LiphookLiphook is a large village in East Hampshire. It is situated to the west of Haslemere and has direct access to the A3. During the 1st and 2nd World War, Liphook was the base for the Canadian troops.
LinchmereLechmere is a village at the northern most point of the West Sussex border. The village sits just to the east of Liphook where the nearest railway station can be found.
There is a mix of independent specialist shops and well-known high street stores in Petersfield. The town is particularly well off for book shops. Jewellers and gift shops are also well represented. The sculpture on Rams Walk, a pedestrianised shopping street in the town, is very popular with children.
Curry house with a beamed dining room, serving Indian and Asian fare with fish and veggie options.
Modern Tapas, cooking authentic, colourful and flavoursome food in a relaxed and informal setting.
A Turkish restaurant and meze bar with a range of authentic dishes.
The Old Drum
Warm and welcoming, with a history of over 300 years of hospitality, we have our locally sourced ingredients delivered fresh daily. We take great pride in using local ingredients, in season, to produce stunning food. With one AA Rosette you’re guaranteed to be pleased with our seasonal field-to-plate dishes.
A group of family-run independent coffee shops serving delicious quality coffee and freshly made, well sourced food.
Offers innovative yet classic Thai cuisine of the highest calibre using the very finest ingredients sourced from the best suppliers both locally and abroad.
The Harrow Inn
Full of character, The Harrow Inn boasts two bars, one a throwback to the Tudor era with exposed beams and tiled floor, and the other a more recent addition built by the Victorians.
The Queens Head
This family friendly pub offers an excellent Italian menu, great English ales and a cosy atmosphere.
Friendly local in Petersfield with a sweeping array of delicious drinks and some scrumptious food.
The Good Intent
Known as 'the country pub in town', The Good Intent in Petersfield marries the charm of a country pub with the convenience of a town centre location. A beautiful 16th Century pub with open fires and beamed ceilings, it's a stunning place to enjoy fine food and ale.
Petersfield to London Waterloo in 1 hour and 5 minutes.
Petersfield has great access to the A3 and can get you into London in around 1 hour 20 minutes.