The De Havilland Arms Pub
A traditional pub on the edge of Fleet
Situated in the heart of Elvetham Heath, just two minutes from junction 4A of the M3, the De Havilland Arms is the perfect example of a traditional pub at the heart of its local community.
Named after Geoffrey de Havilland, the British aviation innovator who, in 1912, used Fleet pond to test his revolutionary ‘float planes’ (Sea planes), the pub was designed to look like the farmhouse and buildings on whose land the Elvetham Heath estate was built.
With a beautiful outside terrace garden and roaring log fires and oak beams inside, as well as regular events, the De Havilland Arms really is a pub for all seasons and occasions.
Monday to Saturday: 12 noon to 10pm
Sunday: 12 noon to 10pm
"It seemed a place where heroes could fitly feast after victory, where weary harvesters could line up in scores along the table and keep their Harvest Home with mirth and song, or where two or three friends of simple tastes could sit about as they pleased and eat and drink and talk in comfort and contentment."
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