Trading since 1967, the Bede’s Lea is situated in historic North Baddesley, as mentioned in the Doomsday Book in 1086, and which is now one of the largest villages in the South of England.
Nestled in the Test Valley, North Baddersley is in close proximity to Romsey, Winchester and Southampton and the Bede’s Lea is a great place to stop off for refreshments whether you are exploring Hampshire or you live in the locality.
The Bede’s Lea was taken over by Swan Hospitality in May 2015 and is now trading as a delightful family pub with a Sunday carvery as well as a delicious menu offering classic pub food at the weekends.
2016 saw us competing as finalists in the Great British Pub Awards
With great food served from 12 noon every weekend, live entertainment and a wide range of lagers and ales, it is always a good time to visit.
The Bede’s Lea is a welcoming community pub with a BIG screen showing Sky and BT Sports.
The pub also boasts a sunny aspect garden to the front and an enclosed courtyard to the rear with a kids play area.
Swan Hospitality, a family owned business, puts its customers at the heart of all it does and you can be assured of a warm welcome, great food and friendly customer service.