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The High Corner Inn, Linwood - pub details

High Corner Inn

Address: Linwood, Ringwood, Hampshire, BH24 3QY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2404) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Brewery: Wadworth

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Red Shoot Inn, Linwood (0.9 miles), Foresters Arms, Frogham (1.7 miles)

 

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The track to this pub has had a lot of attention to the potholes and is now greatly improved, when we tried to get down the road a few months back it was practically impassable so we turned back at the small car park to the left and went to the Red Shoot instead. The pub itself is also greatly improved and the Wadworths 6X was in fine condition. Fairly quiet at noon on a Thursday, expect it will be packed out at weekends and school holidays as there is a child's play area in the large gardens.Our soup was hot and tasty, service was prompt and friendly. We'll be back!
Feed - 5 May 2016 17:05
I was on my way to The Red Shoot Inn but saw this sign on the road to Linwood and thought a change was due. Accessible down a very stoney track but worth the short journey to find this lovely remote location. It has a fantastic and large beer garden with childrens play area. I agree with the last review that the inside of the pub is a bit soulless but the staff were very friendly and they served Wadworths 6X, Henry's IPA & Horizon. 6X and Henry's IPA in good order. They also had a draught Scrumpy on too. The only disappointent was the food which wasn't very appetising. I would return even just for a drink as the location and the wild ponies running past the pub made it a great experience.
Beer_Spotter - 19 Apr 2011 19:35
Very remote pub which gives a sense of intrigue but this is a standard family friendly pub which is a bit soulless. The menu looked interesting with lots of local produce and there were some real ales, whatever it was we had was fine! Good location for walks and families but would personally be unlikely to return.
uriahheep - 17 Apr 2011 21:21
Great pub, good food, good service, lovely area. Would recommend.
chloe999 - 8 Aug 2010 13:02
We went to the Red Shoot on 11th April 2010 because we knew that Sundays was a live music night. We weren't dissapointed. Saw the band called "Finishing Touches" they are a really good band and we will look out for them again. All the people around us that night enjoyed the music. They also had a good laugh at the unfortunatly ugly transvestite and his friend that were in there that night. We asked if he had enjoyed the music he was very rude in his reply hinting that the band was using backing tapes which they don't as all are good musicians and all four members sing as well!! The band sometimes play the song Lola about a transvestite by the Kinks. On this night they choose not to do it so as not to offend. Had they known that this man was so rude they probably would have done it and I think the pub would have been in an uproar!! We like the Red Shoot very much and go there on a regular basis. Keep on rocking and keep music live!!
christinemary - 21 Apr 2010 11:00

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