The Fleur de Lys, Pilley - pub details
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other pubs nearby:
Red Lion, Boldre (0.8 miles), Walhampton Arms, Walhampton Hill (0.9 miles), Hobler Inn, Boldre (1.2 miles), Tollhouse Inn, Lymington (1.3 miles), Bosuns Chair, Lymington (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|After a good go by the last landlords at making the pub a success, it looks like the Fleur is no more. For rent sign has gone up.|
John.T - 6 Apr 2013 09:50
|Beer in the evening is just as good as it is in the morning afternoon and night time. Don't be bothered by the previous landlords Nick and Co are simply brilliant and really know how to run a pub and have fun while serving great food and top quality beer and wine! Love it!|
HalfBreed - 18 Jun 2012 18:36
|As a local to Pilley for the last number of years I am very pleased to report that the Fleur de Lys is a completely transformed establishment. When I first came to the Forest it was talked about as a place to avoid at all costs, and I am happy to confirm that the complete opposite is now due. The pub has been completely transformed in the last 7 months or so, from what used to be an empty pub with an empty bar into a heaving meeting, eating and talking place for Boldre & Pilley. The stock of Ringwood, both Best & 49'er is some of the best I have ever tasted and the food ranging from simple sandwiches and pizzas for light meals to the usual pub classics and even Tapas being offered for the summer. All is well priced and makes much more sense (and lighter on the wallet) than another pub in Boldre (naming no names but there is only one). As a local, I am very proud to call the Fleur my pub of choice when wanting to pop out to say hello to friends and the landlord/lady Nick & Ally. Forget your worries and hearsay on the old Fleur, this is well and truely the new Fleur and well worth a visit!|
revdsrobinson - 23 May 2012 18:34
|An excellent local pub! Since Nick & Ally took over the place at the end of 2011 they place has taken on a new lease of life, not in some years has the village had such a community center.|
Also with a well kept cellar with Ringwood Best and 49'er on tap, friendly staff and friendly locals it is a welcoming haunt to anyone passing. The food boasts the usual pub classics, bar snacks and sandwiches as well as some boasting some extremely pleasant local produce on the specials boards and some non pretentious snacks for those in a hurry.
Prices are still quite high, but in line with the rest of the area.
The bar area has recently been renovated and both it and the dining area have roaring fires in the winter. The garden is currently being redeveloped and we look forward to seeing how it develops!
mablj - 20 Mar 2012 12:17
|Dropped in here to see if it had changed, used to be awful, now definitely a 'locals' pub, you know the type- stared at when you walk in and locals go quiet, bar peopled with customers who all obviously know each other well. My husband appreciates well kept beer and says his was ok but not worth a second one, which I was pleased about as I felt very uncomfortable. Quick look at meals, looked to be pizzas and tortilla plates so not our kind of place anyway. May be a nice meeting place if you are local but certainly not for us.|
Lydiac - 23 Jan 2012 11:18
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