The Wonston Arms, in the little Hampshire hamlet of Wonston has been a public house since way back in the 1800s. It’s not been a foody restaurant gastropub venue, just a simple public house for locals and visitors to pop in and have a rest and chat about village life.
As happened with all too many pubs in recent times over the recession of 2008/2009 it never recovered. It became a casualty and closed. In early 2015, local village resident Matt Todd bought the derelict pub and began on a journey to reopen it and… read more
The Wonston Arms in Winchester, Hampshire, has claimed the coveted accolade for 2019, having been praised by CAMRA for its …