History of the Inn
The Pheasant, is a 17th Century coaching inn, located on the Hampshire, Berkshire border. Her history is a little vague but from what we can gather, she began life as a row of cottages before becoming the inn you see today. It is thought that the yew tree which sits just off to the side of the pub, was planted at around the same time that the building was built.
The pubs original name was the Pheasant, before it was changed to the Yew tree in the 1980s, which it was then known as up until the 10th July 2019 when we took over, and reverted the name back to what it was historically.
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