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Kings Arms, Lymington

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It's really just a 'sports bar', nice enough inside, has a modern feel to it. Friendly service, just a bit uninspiring.
wolvesfan - 3 Apr 2019 13:58
Popped in on a Saturday just after noon t get away from the zoo of a market in the High Street just up the road.
Just had a quiet pint of Doom Bar, which was good. Scarcely anyone in. Comfortable seating and a pleasant enough beer garden.
MarlingSnallard - 20 Oct 2015 14:50
Looks like an old Coaching Inn. Nice rear Patio and Garden. Real Ales on were Sharps Doombar or Ben Doogle. I plumped for the Doombar. seems to cater for everyone and was advertising Live Music and Quiz Nights.
Bitter_Man - 8 Aug 2013 19:32
Very good pub with good choice of beers including Gales HSB excellent beer. Brilliant food served all day with good menu. Sevice very good. Dog friendly throughout.
reelaleboy - 10 Sep 2012 11:27
Again, a pub that looked very nice from the outside but a little disappointing on the inside. The only cask beer was Ringwood "Best", and it was fine. Service was prompt and friendly, and the food that was being sent out looked appetising. Again, I think the previous poster may have a vested interest. If you are wondering why, see my posting on The Snakecatcher at Brockenhurst.

Only one ale available - 4/10.

5thearlofwimbourne - 23 Jun 2010 07:53
We stayed at The King's Arms on 24th October for one night. We had no idea what it was going to be like before we got there but we were pleasantly surprised. The landlord was very friendly and helpful, as were the staff. The food was great, we had a meal in the evening and really enjoyed it. The breakfast was also great. There was live music the evening we were there, which was also good and made for a wonderful evening. Our room was clean and functional, didn't have some of the frills of some other places, but had everything you would need and suited us. We will certainly go there again.
db53 - 30 Oct 2009 07:52
stayed here just after it had changed hands in early summer and thrown out all the rabble

the new landlord seemed a tad surprised but welcoming at request of B&B for the night. nice rooms, missing some very small touches but nothing to complain about considering his recent re-furb

great beers, nice roomy B&B and fantastic breakfast, secure parking in his car park if you ask nicely!

would reccomend this place for B&B, nice people, nice pub!
doobydooby - 30 Dec 2008 12:56
Was closed this evening, with 'wet paint' signs outside.
justdarkbeer - 10 Apr 2008 00:17
Pub has recently changed hands - I suggest a revisit for Rooster and John to reassess the place now - with or without Natasha, Ironing Board and Fancy dress Costume
plumbpudding - 28 Jan 2006 16:51
plumbpudding is spot on. Although on our recent visit the 'weirdness' was provided by Natasha with her ironing board and miniature policeman's outfit which was apparently for her son who was going to a fancy dress party. Only joking Natasha, you're not really weird and we thoroughly enjoyed the conversation with you. Had a pint of Ringwood Huffkin which was well maintained and the friends I was with also enjoyed this place.
johnkn7 - 16 Nov 2005 12:32
Rooster is quite correct this is one of the weirdest pubs in the world - lunchtimes are best as people sit there motionless for hours with half a pint of something in front of them. They are still there the following day. The beer is great though, straight from the cask, no coolers, no pups, just a barrell and a tap.
plumbpudding - 4 May 2005 19:10
One of the wierdest pubs I have ever been in, watch out !!
therooster - 17 Feb 2005 13:01

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