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Bush Inn, Arlesford - pub details

Bush Inn
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Address: Ovington, Arlesford, Hampshire, SO24 0RE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12621) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Brewery: Wadworth

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 14 users)
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This pub has an idyllic location right next to the River Itchen. It is prime walking country. The interior has lots of individual rooms, around a central bar. But they have been modernised a little. The room I sat in had a collection of fish in glass cases. Being a Wadworth house, only their ales are sold - 6X, Horizon, Henry's IPA & Farmers Glory. It appears they normally have Westons Rosie's Pig as a real cider. But this was off on my visit. I was served by a polite young lady. But I was the only customer in the pub. A few others were outside. Food is served all day. Although it is a more limited menu during the late afternoon. Nice pub. Shame the ales were only Wadworths.
blue_scrumpy - 16 Aug 2015 15:08
Stopped here early April 2015, Lovely place, good pint of Wadsworth 6x, really nice warm welcome from the Landlady, Sarah. Excellent food, although as has been noted on earlier comments, a bit pricey, but really tasty.
Beautiful location with a stream running past the pub garden, and a river just 20 yards or so from there. Great place for a walk and a pint afterwards. The pub has a large car park at the rear of the building and is located about 3/4 mile down a narrow(ish) lane off the A31. The day I visited it was really busy, (Sunday Lunchtime) so if you intend to eat here it's probably wise to phone ahead to reserve a table.
I am not sure if the Landlady has changed from the previous comments, but I couldn't have wished for a better welcome.
arfajob - 29 Apr 2015 10:40
Good food, although service was slow. A local shop, sorry pub, for local people. (Royston Vesey come back!). Agree with the comments about the landlady? - needs to take a course on people skills.
cg1949 - 20 Oct 2013 17:07
Great Pub in a great location, although the choice of Ale was limited to 3 Wadsworths The Farmers Glory was outstanding. Staff and Clientelle were very welcoming and I will not hesitate in visiting again next time I'm in the area.
nivramkram - 8 Aug 2011 11:27
Lovely riverside pub with good reputation for food so took Mother here for Mothers Day. This is a Wadworths brewery run pub so choice of 3 wadworths brews only tho my pint of 125 ale was good. Reasonable wine list for the girls and chalkboard menu for food. Food was very good tho quite pricey compared to other pubs with a similar standard and as there was a large party in the restaurant we did have to endure 45 minute wait between starters and mains. All this aside it is a welcoming place to spend a few hours and would be a lovely spot for a walk and a pint or 2 on a hot day. Just make sure they don't try charging you 117.75 for liver and bacon tho as happened to me!! (honest mistake!!)
thegaffer - 4 Apr 2011 17:22

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