The Borough Arms, an 18th century Posting House in the heart of Lymington has re-opened following a £320,000 investment by Admiral Taverns.

The extensive refurbishment has bought to life the vision that local experienced licensee team Debbie and Carl Milward have dreamed of for the pub since they took it over in late 2017.

Keen to build on the pub’s growing popularity and develop The Borough Arms into a true social hub for the local community, the Millwards and Admiral Taverns have transformed the interior and exterior, while keeping the design traditional and true to the pub’s heritage.

Key to the refurbishment has been the development of the pub’s new kitchen, which has enabled chef Debbie to launch the Borough Arms’ new food menu, which draws on locally sourced produce and features her signature home-made sauces.

Carl brings his skills to the front of house, earning the Borough a growing and well-deserved reputation as a warm and welcoming family-friendly pub for all ages. An extensive bar menu offers a great range of cask and craft ales, a new wine menu, and premium spirits with locally sourced Beachcomber gin included in a rotation of gin cocktails. The pub is already well known for its excellent range and condition of real ales and is looking to obtain Cask Marque accreditation, as re-establishing its presence in the Good Beer Guide.

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