In line with Government instructions, all Fuller’s pubs and hotels will be temporarily closed until further notice. We wish you and your family good health in these unprecedented times.
We are sorry to say that, in line with the Government’s request, we are now temporarily closed. We do not know how long these measures will last, but when the time comes, we will all be ready, waiting and excited to see you. We hope it won’t be too long – and please do keep an eye on our social feeds for updates.
We wish all of our customers, and their families, good health in these unprecedented times.
If you have any concerns or questions on the matter, please visit our FAQs page.
The village of Marchwood has been in existence since Roman times – in fact, some Roman coins were unearthed at Bury Farm, just half an hour from The Pilgrim Inn.
Once part of the parish of Eling, Marchwood became its own ecclesiastical parish in 1843, then later attained civil parish status in 1894. Back then, the ferry from Southampton would land at nearby Cracknore. This landing place has since been replaced by the Hythe Ferry, which links Hythe locals and tourists to the city of Southampton.