As part of our social distancing promise we've reduced the number of tables available in our pub. We now have a new temporary booking policy, which requires all guests to book ahead of their visit. View our Pub Safe measures here.
We’ve reduced the number of tables available, this means all guests will be required to book before visiting the pub. For a short time once we re-open, we’ll be unable to accommodate any guests who haven't booked.
Try our new country walk to explore the beautiful countryside around our pub. Perfect if you want to build up an appetite or walk off that hearty lunch. The Bridge Inn is an idyllic riverside retreat for nature lovers and ramblers. Located in the tranquil village of Shawford beside the beautiful River Itchen – a ‘Site of Special Scientific Interest’ thanks to its array of protected species – it’s the perfect place to re-energise after a delightful ramble along the lovingly restored Itchen Navigation Heritage Trail one of the best chalk rivers for wildlife in Europe. Bordering the magnificent rolling chalk downland of the South Downs National Park The Bridge country pub is a welcoming haven for visitors to the historic city of Winchester just north of Shawford and those exploring the lovely Hampshire countryside.Acquiring fame as the location of the cantankerous Victor Meldrew’s hit-and-run death in the final episode of BBC comedy ‘One Foot in the Grave’ The Bridge was chosen for its picturesque setting.Visitors can savour seasonal specials on the terrace listening to the soothing sounds of the River Itchen in summer and in winter piping hot pub food can be enjoyed by the warmth of the pub’s real fires. Whatever the season relaxing Sunday lunches and delicious pub meals at The Bridge are always a treat.