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The Hyde Tavern, Winchester - pub details

Hyde Tavern
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Address: 57 Hyde Street, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7DY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12083) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchester (0.3 miles), Shawford (3.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.5/10 (rated by 89 users)
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Stop one in winchester.... Decent pint of harveys. Would be my local, if i lived here.
Mappiman - 14 Jul 2013 17:57
Good range of beers, eclectic collection of locals and very dog friendly and the pub dog performs tricks with beer mats.
They don't do food (just as well as it would probably come with additional canine hairs) but you can bring your own and pay a small charge for plates and cuttlery
jimshoppenus - 7 Jun 2013 21:20
Love this place, decent beer, real fire sometimes, very rustic. Staff are OK but didn't strike me as knowning too much about ale! Small "garden" out the back down some steps for smokers. There is something about this place... Mind your head as you go through the front door!
Bernie5 - 20 Apr 2012 17:15
About 5 to 10 minutes walk of the railway station this is a lovely pub which oozes friendliness and conviviality. Some of the ales are on handpull and some on stillage behind the bar. One of mine was collected from the cellar. The only gripe I would have is, that apart from Ballards Mild, the similarity in the remaining styles: a stout or porter would have made in perfect for me. Prices are set in relation to the beer strength; seems like a fair idea. Beware of opening times early in the week as it tends to be post 5pm. Check their web site. Although there are a lot of pubs in Winchester we found this and the Black Boy so good we went to only these two and twice at that.
Steamer1 - 5 Mar 2012 09:07
I've been amusing myself reading over old reviews. It's definitely a marmite pub - I've taken a few people there and opinion is divided.
The beers are great.
The option to have a takeaway is great - cheap and novel.
The gardens been made into something lovely.
It does seemed trapped in its own myth - the belief that if you change it, update it, it will lose it's charm. But I think the charm would be improved with a few updates (not chain style updates) just more comfortable chairs, and dare I say it a bit of a lick of paint and a spring clean.
Having said all this, I really like it. Very unpretentious - a hard feat to pull off when you have poetry readings, exhibitions and such going on.

JazzyShazzy - 10 Jan 2012 16:43

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