The Merry Harriers, a pretty pub in the village of Hambledon which is owned by hospitality entrepreneur Peter de Savary, has opened three new bedrooms.
The new Garden Rooms take the bedroom count up at the English inn to 15, with five luxury shepherd’s huts, six garden rooms and four bedrooms housed within the main building.
The garden rooms are set back from the lawns and terraces of the 16th century inn and look out to a paddock and herd of 12 llamas.
The Merry Harriers was taken over by de Savary in May 2017 and then completed a refurbishment of its restaurant and private dining areas, and added four new bedrooms.
de Savary and his wife Lana also run The Eastbury Hotel in Dorset with plans to roll out an expansion and new ‘Hobbit Spa’ over the coming months.