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Beaulieu River > Things to do > Places To Eat

Drop anchor and refuel after a busy day of exploring the area with a range of delicious options to choose from.

Pop-up restaurants Mooring holders enjoying the pop up restaurant

Dine in style on the banks of the Beaulieu River on selected dates throughout the year – exclusively for Beaulieu River mooring holders and visiting yachtsmen.

Highlights for 2024 include: 

  • The Boatyard Bar
  • The River Kitchen 
  • The Chilli Chain

For details on dates and timings, please click here.

Master Builder'sThe Master Builder’s House

Situated at the lower end of the Buckler’s Hard high street, just a few minutes’ walk from the marina, you’ll find the Master Builder’s House.

Experience sumptuous fine dining in their Riverside Restaurant, or good old pub food in Henry’s Pub open daily. The hotel also offers 25 guest rooms, some with river views.

Resident berth and mooring holders receive 20% off food and drink from the Master Builder’s House.

>Visit the Master Builder’s House website

Tables inside the Captain's Table eatery at Buckler's HardThe Captain’s Table

Tuck into a delicious cooked breakfast, hot meals, and afternoon tea, Also serving all-day snacks and hot drinks, the Captain’s Table is open daily from 9am. Find out more

>Visit the Captain’s Table website

Emily Woodburn All in one Vessel bespoke dining on the Beaulieu River

Emily Woodburn Bespoke Dining

A delicious slice of home cooking aboard your boat!

Experienced chef Emily Woodburn offers bespoke ‘All In One Vessel’ dining, delivered directly to your marina berth. Meals are made to order and provided chilled, ready to be heated onboard. 99% of the packaging is biodegradable and compostable.

If you’re staying on a swinging mooring, Emily can deliver to the marina for you to collect.

To see a sample menu or place your order, please visit Emily’s website.


Food choices and coffee machine in the Buckler's Hard Yacht Harbour chandleryGroceries

A selection of grocery items including fresh milk, bread, newspapers, confectionary and ice are available from the Chandlery (open 7 days a week).

Further afield

If you follow the 2 ¼ mile riverside walk to Beaulieu you’ll find more places to eat including several cosy cafes, a pub and a hotel restaurant.

The recently refurbished Britannia Bar at Royal Southern Yacht Club spans the entire top floor of the club provides an opulent space for drinking and eating and boasts some of the best views on the South Coast.  

>More places to eat in the New Forest

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