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Inn on the Marsh, Moreton in Marsh

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user reviews of the Inn on the Marsh, Moreton in Marsh

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Marston's stable on sale here.
In here just after mid day last Saturday and a few others in.
Well worth a visit if in town.
I had a nice pint of Ringwood's Best for a very reasonable £2.95.
bjbrummiejohn - 3 May 2017 08:08
Chosen as it is in the 2017 GBG Guide.

Four real ales on - two from Ringwood, a Hobgoblin and something else.

I went for the RW Bitter and not only was it perfect, I also had change from £3. In the heart of the Cotswolds too.

Stone floored bar area, real fire and dining conservatory.

Trip blogged at http://bit.ly/2lCCUi6
Mappiman - 12 Feb 2017 12:28
Beer still good with a Jennings "guest ale" on tap this time. Plenty of food being served and I seem to remember a Scandanavian selection on the menu? Might try it next time.
mcroyal - 5 Nov 2013 10:01
Still pulling good PINTS
f6c - 11 Dec 2011 17:15
Another pub I regularly visit when I am in town. Marstons beers with a range of usually four (I had Bankss Mild and Marstons Bitter - both fine @ 2.75 a pint).
Pleasant enough little pub next to the duck pond. There is a single bar with a conservatory off it and this is where most people go to eat. A mix of locals and tourists. Landlord plays guitar and the piped music is eclectic to say the least (it is played quietly though). Worth the walk to the end of the town for a couple of beers.
mcroyal - 27 Jul 2011 09:54
Pop in to the inn the other day. Fortyniner very nice as well as the lunch.
Keep up the good work Wyne.
f6c - 22 Dec 2010 22:32
Well worth a visit, top quaility ales on sale.
whoosh125 - 20 May 2010 08:44
Charming quirky pub, really friendly and stuffed full of curiosities with a dutch theme. All beers are from the Marstons group, but very well kept
reynedd - 17 Aug 2009 23:46
Doesn't quite feel like a pub. The Marston's on offer was pretty poor on the verge of undrinkable.
anonymous - 26 Jul 2009 12:17
Nice range of drinks. Good atmosphere.
tortoise68 - 20 Apr 2009 13:35
Good traditional pub with large eating area. 4 real ales best of which was the guest Ringwood brewery Huffkin. Friendly staff and if you're lucky the landlord has a go at a few tunes on the guitar. Was well impreesed with his acoustic version of Metallicas Enter Sandman.
nobbythesheep - 26 Oct 2008 20:35
As below, very friendly, bit of character, well-served Pedigree (though not a patch on the "from the jug" variety further north) - worth a stop.
mtaylor40 - 23 Jul 2008 20:33
Far and away the best beer pub in Moreton-in-Marsh - tied to Marstons and a well kept pedigree and best are always on as well as at least one well thought through and excellently kept best. Friendliest landlord (Wayne) in Moreton but a one man band, so "country" hours - closed between 3 and 6pm.
Worst pub food of the seven pubs in Moreton-in-Marsh, though still not bad - the stirfry has let many down before and since ALLSORTS review below however.
hedropsforglory - 10 Jun 2008 19:27
Great pub for lunchtime food. Simple stuff like gammon, egg and chips, egg and chips etc as well as pies / salads and Dutch Specials. Think that it has different evening menu.

Excellent range of well kept real ales including guests and Marstons Pedigree.

Would definately return when next in area
ppw - 19 Feb 2008 14:34
I had the misfortune to eat in this pub on Friday 6th OCT ,I ordered Garlic bread for 2 and recieved cheese on toast, I then ordered Thai Chicken Stirfry with Rice and recieved a Supermarket packet stirfry with some chopped Chicken and a portion of boiled rice this did not appear to have any spices in it. very dissapointing
ALLSORTS - 6 Oct 2007 18:21
Stone-built village pub. Marstons.
Attractive interior with large dining conservatory.
Food available.
Cask ales : marstons pedigree, hook norton old hookey, marstons bitter, banks original. All exceptionally well-kept !

reynard - 15 May 2007 18:06
Free house, good food, nice beer ... etc.
HS - 15 Aug 2003 14:08

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