On the Jubilee Route

Where to Eat, Drink and get Cycle Support

Many of the villages have shops on the route where refreshments and supplies can be obtained, and there are several public houses too.

Whitchurch ] [ Longparish ] [ Chilbolton ] [ Goodworth Clatford ]
[ Upper Clatford ] [ Andover ] [ St Mary Bourne ]



PUBS: The town is well-known for its pubs, with the White Hart, the Red House, the Bell Inn, the Kings Arms and the Prince Regent. The first two have restaurants and bar food while the King's Arms and Bell also do food.

TEAROOMS: The town also has two tearooms. H's Coffee Shop is a small and pleasant with a good range of snacks and of course cakes. It is listed as a CTC Cyclists' Welcome stop. The historic Silk Mill also has a tearoom. Several of the pubs also do teas and coffees with the White Hart also a cyclists' favourite.
Most of the pubs do meals and there are also a number of takeaways and an indian restaurant.

SHOPS: The town has a range of small shops including a butcher, baker, small supermarket, chemist and newsagent. There are several specialist shops and a service station.

CYCLE SUPPORT: North Hants Bikes [ Web ] - provides a repair service and as well as stocking spares but are presently looking for new premises - call them first. Hampshire Cycle Training [ Web ] is also based in the town and can provide a whole range of cycling advice and support. It assisted in creating the Jubilee Trail and this website.
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PUBS: Longparish has two comfortable pubs, the Plough on the route, and the Cricketers, just off. Both provide real ales, comprehensive menus, and have good gardens for the sunny days.
(update 1st januray 2016) - the Plough is presently closed, hopefully temporarily)

SHOP: There is one small shop just off the route which also makes a good ice-cream stop in the summer.
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PUBS: The Abbots Mitre provides restaurant and bar food, real ales and has a good garden with a covered patio. It makes a very pleasant refreshment stop.
At the Jubilee Route's junction with the A3057 at Fullerton is the Mayfly in an idylic setting on the River Test.

SHOP: A small village shop in Chilbolton provides a range of foodstuffs as well as the cyclists favourite - cake!
Tea and coffees are also available.
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SHOP: There is a small village shop that stocks a good range of essential supplies.

PUBS: There are two pubs, the Clatford Arms and the Royal Oak. Both have gardens and provide meals and snacks.
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PUB: The Crook and Shears is a village pub with a good garden at the rear and provides a range of meals and snacks.
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PUBS: As befits a large town, Andover has a full range of pubs that cater for all tastes., including the Station Hotel which is right on the route.

SHOPS: From small independent shops to national chainstores, Andover caters for all shopping needs. The Farmers Market on occasional Sundays is worth visiting.

TEAROOMS: There are several in the town centre. Note that Abbotts nn Cycles has a very good cycling café - aptly named Tubs.

CYCLE SUPPORT: Two cycle shops in the town centre should cater for all needs - Abbotts Ann Cycles in Weyhill Road, Just Bikes in Upper High Street and Behind the BikeShed in Marlborough Street. The latter is more road bike biased. All are recommended. There is a Halfords to the north of the town.
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PUB: The George Inn is right in the centre and provides food.

SHOP: There is a small village shop near the community centre and recreation ground.
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A Jubilee Fact...

On 6th February 2012, The Queen became only the second British Monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee. © 2012/13/14/15/16

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