COVID-19 Update January 2021
Following the announcement that Hampshire will be moving into the Tier 4 from Saturday 26th December, we can confirm that we are now temporarily closed. For the time being we won’t be providing a takeaway service, if this changes we will publish the details here and on our Facebook Page. In the meantime, we would like to thank our customers and loyal team of staff for their continued support through difficult times for all.
We hope that you all have a Happy & Healthy New Year.
The Golden Bowler in Stubbington is one of the last traditional independent pubs in the area, owned and operated by our family for 40 years. Relax in our Lounge Bar, a comfortable place to enjoy a glass of wine or one of our many gins, or dine in our informal Restaurant with its cosy, pleasant atmosphere. A haven for locals and visitors alike.
- Free House with large Lounge Bar, Real Ales and Bar Food
- Informal Restaurant with Freshly Cooked Fare
- Call & Collect Take-away Service (Not currently in operation!)
- Beer Garden with Remote Ordering System
- Large Car Park
- Disabled Access & Facilities
- FREE Wi-Fi
- Gift vouchers available
A little history of The Golden Bowler…
Built around 1920 as a private residence by local land owner Isaac Hammond, “Hillingdon 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 Ron & Renee Clift and named “The Golden Bowler” after Ron’s retirement fund from the RAF. Another change in the mid 1970’s saw it become a Pub & Restaurant and in 1980 the pub was sold to Noel & Mary Pearce and partners. The pub remains in the family, with daughter Georgie & son-in-law Kevin at the helm since 2005.
Georgie & Kevin