The Fleur de Lys resides in the beautiful village of Pilley just outside Lymington. Serving excellent local ales, wines and spirits, the Fleur de Lys first pint being served can be traced back to 1096 and has a list of landlords beginning in 1498. This makes her the oldest pub in the New Forest.
All food is freshly, locally sourced and prepared on site. Talented chefs produce dishes classic in style and rich flavour. Puddings are a speciality and we have some wonderful cheeses for the fromage fans. Sunday lunches are traditional roasts, West County ribs of beef, succulent Welsh lamb or pork with crackling and apple sauce.
As well as being a pub rich in history, she's also one of the prettiest, smothered under a huge thick thatched roof and the beautifully refurbished interior is traditional, welcoming and serene. She has a rustic busy bar at one end, main restaurant, seating around 30 in the centre and a snug room further on which is ideal for private dining or large groups. Vast open inglenook fires in each room means this will the place to be in the midst of the winter, and during the summer laze in the pretty garden with a chilled glass of Rose next to the original water well.