The Belgian Arms is over 200 years old. Prior to the First World War it was known as 'The Eagle'. During the war the prisoner of war camp was at the end of Holyport Street and the Germans used to march past and salute the Eagle. Many of the local villagers fought in Belgium and therefore it was decided to rename the pub 'The Belgian Arms'.
The Belgian is ideal for all seasons. In the winter months the roaring fires create a warm and cosy atmosphere. While in the summer you can unwind by the willow trees overlooking the village pond.
The emphasis is on 'simplicity' at The Belgian Arms, which is reflected in the earthy decor and friendly and efficient manner of the staff. The menu offers good British food, which is fresh, seasonal and prepared using solid cooking techniques. The flavours are clean and the dishes are really tasty.