The Greyfriar is a 16th century country pub, set in the picturesque Hampshire village of Chawton, just outside Alton and right opposite the world famous Jane Austen House Museum. Whether you're eating out in Hampshire, or you simply want a great pint in a Hampshire village pub, The Greyfriar fits the bill. It is as you might imagine the quintessential old wood beam type of pub in a beautiful unspoiled Hampshire village, the type of place where time seems to have stopped and you can easily while away the hours over a great pint complemented by some astonishing home made food. The Greyfriar is run by Fran and Trevor with their forever smiling staff, who endeavour to supply the kind of old fashioned service that time long forgot. At The Greyfriar you'll get good, home made pub food - prepared from fresh ingredients on the premises, real ales and great wines in a tranquil and secluded setting. The pub can get quite busy so it's always a good idea to book a table. So, whether you're looking for that special kind of place for an excellent lunch, or a fabulous evening dinner, or maybe just a quiet pint or two, The Greyfriar is the place to head for. The Greyfriar has a lovely garden which, with its southerly aspect, is a real sun trap. Onsite parking is available for guests.