The Golden Bowler in Stubbington is one of the last traditional independent pubs in the area and has been owned and operated by our family for over 35 years.
Why not relax in our Lounge Bar, a comfortable place to sample the bar menu or enjoy a glass of wine, traditional beer or real ale, or dine in our informal Restaurant with its cosy, pleasant atmosphere for locals and visitors alike.
- Free House with large Lounge Bar, Real Ales and Bar Food
- Informal Restaurant with Freshly Cooked Fare
- Open daily from 11am
- Serving freshly ground Lavazza Coffee
- Small Function Room / Private Dining Room
- Regular Entertainment & Events
- Regular Offers
- Beer Garden
- Large Car Park
- Disabled Access & Facilities
- FREE Wi-Fi
- Gift vouchers available
We hope you have a pleasant time with us, please feel free to borrow a book, read a newspaper or surf the internet with our free Wi-Fi during your visit.
Georgie & Kevin
A little history of The Golden Bowler…
Built around 1920 as a private residence by Isaac Hammond, The Golden Bowler is positioned on the south side of Stubbington village and to the west of HMS Daedalus Airfield, an important part of Britain’s air strategy during the 2nd World War.
The original house travelled through various guises of residency under the Hammond ownership until 1966, when it was bought and converted to a private members club by the “Clifts”, from his “Golden Bowler” retirement fund on leaving the RAF. They converted it to a Pub & Restaurant in the mid 1970’s and then sold it on in 1980 to Noel & Mary Pearce and partners. After 35 years, the pub remains in the same family, with daughter Georgie & son-in-law Kevin at the helm.