The Nelson Arms Tavern was originally three 14th Century farm cottages that belonged to Castle Farm, part of the Bishop of Winchester’s estate and residence at Farnham Castle. The frameworks of these cottages form the rear section of the pub where the ceilings are at their lowest. The cellar beneath the pub also follows this pattern and disappears into a sealed tunnel that is rumoured to run to the Castle.


The pub offers exceptional food, friendly service and real ales kept to the very highest standard. In the summer the pub hosts barbecue’s in the long balmy evenings, and in the winter has a roaring open fire to warm the spirit.