The Mill House, Lyndhurst - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
Waterloo Arms, Lyndhurst (0.1 miles), Fox and Hounds, Lyndhurst (0.2 miles), New Forest Inn, Emery Down (0.7 miles), Oak Inn, Lyndhurst (0.9 miles), Crown Stirrup, Lyndhurst (0.9 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|This is a good sized, traditional looking pub from the outside, although it does appear slightly dilapidated. Thereís a terrace at the front with a few benches, and a pleasant enough garden. When you get inside it all starts to go downhill though. Itís got that identikit, corporate look to it like you get in many pubs that major on cheap micro-waved food. Iím not sure if itís a Hungry Horse or one of itís rivals, but you get the idea. Theyíve already got posters up advertising their festive menu and inviting you to book now.|
There were two barmaids serving when we got there. Not only did we get no acknowledgement or apology whilst we were waiting (not that unusual unfortunately) but unbelievably they finished serving their existing punters and then disappeared to go and do something else, leaving me and another guy just stood at the bar. If I hadnít been so dedicated as to do a thorough review for BITE I would have walked out. After a couple of minutes another guy turned up and deigned to serve us.
No real ales on tap, although there was Old Speckled Hen through a lager style font. There were a couple of pumps for Greene King IPA, but these were not in use. The only cider was Strongbow unfortunately. I really canít think of any reason to visit this pub since the Waterloo Arms is only about two minutes walk away, unless perhaps you want a game of pool or to watch the football.
Blackthorn - 11 Aug 2010 11:48