The Eight Kings, Portland - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
The Royal Exchange, Portland (0.7 miles), Mermaid Inn, Portland (0.9 miles), Pulpit Inn, Portland (1.0 miles), Corner House Inn, Portland (1.1 miles), George Inn, Portland (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
please note - reviews on this site are purely the opinion of site visitors, so don't take them too seriously.
|Glad to see the Eight Kings is still going , i wrote the last review on here ! i will be in the area soon so i come in for a few and see if Michael and his wife ever did get any of the alterations done on the place ? , (did you take over from them)|
This pub was always our favorite when we stayed at Larkrise cottage and i hope it still has that old charm about it, and the tv still fades in and out !
winchesterclub - 17 May 2013 08:29
|under the new management of rich and gina long tel: 01305 822110|
ginalong - 9 May 2013 12:03
|Stayed in a cottage that was 68 steps away from the front door of this pub so it was a bit of a trek!|
but once inside it was worth the journey a surprisingly big two roomed pub one room currently being made over to a restaurant the other had a good size bar and seating area usual suspects behind the bar also Ringwood and a guest ale coming soon,the couple running the place have only been in for six months so are still getting the place together but i received a very warm welcome from them and the "locals" alike ,even enjoyed the karaoke evening on the 31st jan never thought i would ever say that!! ,and as it is on the route to Portland Bill definitely worth a visit to a proper local pub
winchesterclub - 3 Feb 2009 14:07
|Very quiet pub (I was the only person in on a Monday night) Friendly landlord though. A nice pint of Ringwood Fortyniner was had though, so can't complain, even though I missed my bus home, so had to have another|
smiles - 8 Dec 2008 23:35
|Quiet village local (not so quiet on Karaoke or Quiz Night!) set in excellent walking country on Portland. Friendly staff, Ringwood Best Bitter, but no food. Dog friendly if you are walking your four footed friend - on a lead. Car park.|
Well worth a visit if you are on Portland - a real 'local.'
Strolling - 27 Nov 2006 09:25