Miller’s Collection is a private company whose owners have a wealth of experience in serving great food and drink in relaxed surroundings. The family being keen country sportsmen, understand every aspect of what makes a great sporting inn.
Miller’s Collection was established in 2005 and currently comprises three classic English inns in Hampshire and Berkshire: The Anchor Inn, The English Partridge and The Queen’s Arms. Focusing on beautiful bedrooms, fine English food and country sports each inn encapsulates the best of British culture and tradition and purveys the warmth and ambiance consistent with a bygone era.
The inns resuscitate the values of the quintessential English pub and offer visitors the best of the local area. Whether guests are just popping in for a pint, relaxing over locally sourced food and fine wine, or seeking a night or two away for the ultimate relaxation and reflection, Miller’s Collection is a home away from home in the heart of the English countryside.
We are firm believers that the life blood of a good pub is its landlord – they must be passionate about beer, wine and food and possess a sound knowledge of the traditions of the local community. Therefore we work with individuals who understand our fundamental values and can put them into practice. Our staff create an atmosphere where customers feel totally relaxed and able to enjoy a small corner of England as it once was. Open fires, local produce, attention to detail and a warm welcome all make for a wonderful stay.
Harnessing the highlights of British outdoor life, each property presents the best of England’s green and pleasant land. With high specification bedrooms featuring every modern amenity, each inn promises a different but unforgettable experience. The inns are a haven for country sport enthusiasts with fly fishing, shooting (clay or driven), stalking, coursing and hunting all available locally. Once you’ve experienced one of our inns, we’re confident you’ll return again and again. After all, there’s nothing like the feeling of being a local…