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The Sloop, Parkstone - pub details

Sloop

Address: Commercial Road, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, BH14 0HU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 19717) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Parkstone (0.5 miles), Poole (1.2 miles), Branksome (1.8 miles)

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The Hub Bar and Kitchen, Parkstone (0.2 miles), Central Hotel, Parkstone (0.2 miles), Brit, Ashley Cross (0.2 miles), Bermuda Triangle, Parkstone (0.2 miles), Bricklayers Arms, Poole (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Sloop, Parkstone

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my wife and i went here for lunch yesterday the place was clean and the barman polite my wifes meal was fine,mine was not and had they did a checkback I would have told themthe mash was cold and the onions burnt as we left the premises it became obvious why there was no checkback the staff were all outside having a smoke,enough said
spartan - 18 Dec 2014 17:01
This place had a refurb a few months ago and has changed hands in the last couple of weeks.

Out - ultra loud music and very late night opening to try and join the Ashley Cross circuit.

In - much cleaner, slightly more food orientated and a customer friendly landlord. I went in on Sunday lunchtime as he was pulling through two lines, he'd never seen me before but immediately offered to get a pint from the cellar.

Normal Badger beer but in good nick.

Worth a visit.
ellisref - 15 Sep 2014 18:46
The pub has now just changed management and we are hopeful that things will start to improve. Lets hope so!

The first thing to go should be the smell of the drains.
wynyard - 6 Dec 2009 20:53
No obnoxious music or giant TVs, just a warm quiet friendly atmosphere. Beautiful ale, if a bit on the expensive side, though apparently the lager is worse. Very nice retreat from all the millions of weatherspoons.
popiellajones - 7 Dec 2007 14:22
Despite being next to a main road and very near to the college, this pub is never very busy.

The standard of service is variable. The landlord is friendly enough, but the whole thing is let down by some of the female barstaff employed there.

I think these girls are the ones who work in department stores during the day, you know the ones who stand behind a till chattering to themselves leaving you waiting to be served?

I was last in the pub on Friday 02 Feb 2007, and I am in no rush to go back.
Minesapint63 - 5 Feb 2007 12:33

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