This delightfully presented village inn is located within the desirable village of Pilley, Hampshire within New Forest. Pilley is an affluent community in the English County of Hampshire and the property is the oldest in the New Forest dating back to 1096, when the first drink was poured. This is a detached inn of stone construction with painted walls, under a thatched roof, occupying a delightful; and rural location. The property is also undergoing an external decoration and new signage to be completed imminently. The internal décor of the Fleur De Lys is traditional and welcoming, with open fireplaces in all three areas of the pub. The restaurant is considered an intimate setting, the bar is built with a rustic theme, and the snug has potential to offer private group bookings. This pub has already created a strong reputation for itself and its food offering, therefore the next publican must have the innovation to continue with this, whilst delivering the traditional pub experience the local community require.