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The Kings Arms, Stoborough - pub details

Address: 3, Corfe Rd, Stoborough, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 5AB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19477) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wareham (1.2 miles), Holton Heath (3 miles), Wool (5.2 miles)

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Can't fault the choice of ale.
Otter Autumn Ale, Yeovil's British Summer Time, Ringwood's Razor Back and Purbeck Best.
Poor choice of food - which is very expensive.
fugglehops - 6 Oct 2016 22:15
No longer has the excellent 'Cider by Rosie' real cider, but has boxed Gwenn Y Draig Dog Dancer, which is a quite acceptable pint.

A thatched pub set opposite a petrol station and beside it's own car park noticeably bigger than the beer garden.

It's a pleasant enough edge of suburbia house, but anyone who thinks this counts as a "genuine old-fashioned country pub" has never seen a surviving one.
jgurney1 - 14 Aug 2016 14:58
stoped in here as part of a trip to Arne nature reserve round the corner. what a great pub - the building itself is wonderfull and traditional but modern and clean, a pleasure to sit in. the beers were superb - exmoor ales are brilliant. the servcie was friendly and from what we saw the food look excellent too.

all in all definalty worth the trip from out of wareham to get to. will defintaly be back when visiting the area again.

CHELSEA_on_tour - 15 Sep 2014 11:14
I caught the end of the beer fest this year and have to say it was very poor quality, not much point really having one is there if the beers poor
Henners - 5 Jul 2011 18:37
We couldn't believe our luck when we saw that there was a Bank Holiday Beer Festival on, 20 Real Ales the poster in the road promised, as it is in the GBG we were visiting anyway. The pub itself seems clean and tidy, the diners seemed happy enough and there was a drinking area for us non diners who ventured in to avoid the cold Bank Holiday weather. The beer though was dreadful, why on earth would you pay good money for all these casks and then sell it like this. I tried 3 different beers and they were all cloudy and completely unsettled. I was told that they were put up on Thursday, yeah right. I can see no excuse for the bad planning, ok the big day is meant to be Sunday, but these will be just as bad. Left in a huff as they weren't cheap.
imdownthepub - 29 May 2010 17:02

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