The Hunters Inn, Woodley - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7923) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Pool table, Dartboard
- Food served, Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
Wheatsheaf, Braishfield (0.2 miles), Sun Inn, Romsey (0.9 miles), Bishops Blaize, Romsey (1.1 miles), Dog and Crook, Braishfield (1.2 miles), Old House at Home, Romsey (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Whilst travelling down to Bournemouth for the weekend, came off the M3 in search of a lunchtime pint and plumped for the Hunters Inn just outside Romsey, as it looked OK from the outside. |
Traditional 2-bar pub with gaming machines, darts and a pool table in the public, and a beamed saloon split in two sections. A lower bit based around a brick fireplace and an upper section laid out for food.
The food menu was quite extensive with a good range of sandwiches and Baguettes and mains. There was also a lunch time offer of 2 meals for £6.00 from a reduced menu. We have two of the Baguettes and both were good. The beers were Ringwoods Best and Wadsworth’s 6X, both of which were served in good condition. The one barmaid was cheerful and the service was good, although it wasn’t particularly busy considering it was a Friday lunchtime.
So in conclusion a decent traditional pub, and a good place to stop for beers and a bite to eat.
Gann - 5 Apr 2009 20:16
|This pub is lovely - would recommend. Large fire to sit beside in the winter, and a nice beer garden for the summer. Worth the trek from Romsey town centre.|
kirsty99 - 11 Jan 2008 16:15
|Last 'home cooked meal' I had here was a Lamb Shank that was very red in the middle. When I complained the answer was "they are all like that - it's how we buy them in". |
alan0659 - 15 Apr 2005 20:23
|A very popular pub, serving real ales. Very much a traditional pub, including fire and beams. Has great home cooked meals. It has a pool table and darts. Very popular with tourist that visit Romsey in the summer|
Stephen Tillyer - 14 May 2004 20:02