The Westgate Inn, Winchester - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4313) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz machines
- Food served, Real ale
- Dogs allowed, Smoking area, Accommodation available, Wireless internet access
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O'Neills, Winchester (0.1 miles), St James Tavern, Winchester (0.1 miles), Exchange, Winchester (0.2 miles), Greens Wine Bar, Winchester (0.2 miles), Old Gaol House, Winchester (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 25 shown - see all reviews
|Very good pub with decently priced fresh food. It is a small hotel, but you wouldn't know it from the pub area. Ring wood best and 49er plus Jennings . I had best which was excellent.|
Genial landlord, very relaxing.
parmantom - 9 Apr 2013 13:34
|Friendly little pub. Had a couple of pints of Ringwood on Saturday. Well kept. Very nice. |
dan76uk - 12 Nov 2012 09:28
|Good Pub, [Marston's] Ringwood best and fortyniner, plus guest Cumberland ale - well kept. Food looked really good but didnt sample. Landlord is a genial fellow with alot of local knowledge, roomy, recently done up - good views over castle and down high street so a good place to kick back and ponder goings on from the top of town.|
parmantom - 23 Mar 2011 12:12
|Visited the pub about 3 years ago whilst on jury duty in Winchester. A great little pub, beer superb and staff were friendly.|
robfrancis - 13 Mar 2011 18:08
|An atypical pub (for Winchester) a short walk uphill from the centre of town. Plenty to read, from the newspapers casually left on the tables to the eclectic mix of paperbacks to borrow on the windowsill. The beers are from the Marston's stable and kept pretty well. Prices for the Ringwood and Wychwood beers are a pocket-saving £2.35 a pint from Monday to Thursday. Other beers, and Thatcher's Gold cider, are just in excess of £3, including Jennings Cumberland.|
The food however is sublime. The speciality here is grass-fed Hampshire beef, hung for 21 days or more and sold by weight so you can eat your fill whatever your appetite. It is cooked to perfection by Helen, the Landlady, and served absolutely " a point".
The conversation from the strange mix of locals can be very entertaining, (especially as you approach closing time), but you are always assured of a warm welcome.
thesaintsfan - 30 Aug 2010 23:39
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