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The Amberwood


TennantsGillian McEwen & John McEwen.

154 Ringwood Road, Walkford, Christchurch , Dorset  BH23 5RQ

Contact UsTel. 01425 272627  email.
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TypePubs in Walkford, Christchurch.
Pub Explorer Reference14249.
Pub Opening TimesMonday - Thursday 11.30am - 11pm.
Friday 11am - 11.30pm.
Saturday 11am - 11pm.
Sunday 11.30am - 10pm.
PHOTO GALLERY Outdoor Seating Area at Amberwood, Walkford Well stocked bar at Amberwood, Walkford



We can cater for occasions in a secluded area of our restaurant and can provide catering. Please ring to discuss your requirements.


Homemade Traditional English Fayre, all freshly prepared & cooked to order, served from our own main menu. We also offer smaller portion meals which suit mature people & children's appetites. Our fruit / vegetables are sourced locally, eggs are free range and we use New Forest Ice Cream. As we make everything ourselves dietary requirements can be catered for.

BookingsWe have full table service.
Meal TimesMonday - Saturday 12noon - 2.30pm & 5.30pm - 9pm.
Sunday 12noon - 8pm.


OUTDOOR FACILITIESAl Fresco Dining, Outside Seating Area to relax with flowering tubs, two large umbrellas & heat lamps, Car Parking - 40 spaces.
GENERAL FACILITIES Baby Changing Facility, Highchairs available.
OTHERChildren Welcome, Dogs Welcome when well behaved in bar, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, Cash Back available, Debit and Credit Cards accepted except Amex.
Amberwood, Walkford

The Amberwood is well situated close to the A35 and just a ten minute drive from the New Forest and picturesque coastline. This has been a family run business for many years which shows in the many positive comments received. The bar is traditionally decorated with wood beams and a fairly open yet cosy ambience. There is a friendly atmosphere which encourages people on there own to feel relaxed when they join us along with the couples and groups clientele. We have a good base of local regulars and more mature customers. There are traditional games still played in the bar and one of them which draws people to specifically come here is 'Ringing the Bull'. The aim is to get the Bull ring traditionally swung on a rope from the ceiling hooked onto the set of bull horns on the wall - try it next time you are visit - there's an abacus to keep score! When dining we usually say 'the best tables are the booked tables'. As one of our diners comments on our website "another visit to the Amberwood for a meal with friends and it didn't disappoint. I would recommend this one to anyone!". With a good selection of entertainment to complement your meal or quality drink this is a venue to put on your 'must try soon' list. You too will make the Amberwood a regular haunt.