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The Wheatsheaf Hotel, New Milton - pub details

Wheatsheaf Hotel

Address: Old Milton Green, Christchurch Rd, New Milton, Hampshire, BH25 6QJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 24151) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations New Milton (0.6 miles), Hinton Admiral (2.3 miles), Sway (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Pub has probably had a refurb since the last post, still heavily into food. I had a pint of Banks's Sunbeam which was pretty good. Fairly quiet on a Saturday lunchtime.
ellisref - 28 Dec 2014 10:40
Don't agree with the negative comments here.Yes the drinks are expensive but the real ales are a good standard and the night I was there it was a friendly place with nice people - which is rare in other pubs in the town.The carvery seems well attended but the pub definately needs to have a re-vamp on it's decor.The restaurant is like being in your own front room!
Some of the staff seem to have 'half empty glass syndrome' and they could do with a standard uniform.Otherwise this place is probably the best in New Milton if you want a traditional pub in a safe and friendly atmosphere.
localacceptedgrokel - 15 Feb 2012 00:58
What can I say about this place that is good, well it has more than one exit which is good when they tell you the price of beer and food. Technically it is legal rape the prices they charge and for what if it was a titty bar you would understand, but it is not the only tits are the pair running it into the ground. Seems to have a hetrophobic atmosphere which is odd in this gay and age. Save your money and head for the toby cavery in Christchurch much cheaper and friendlier. The only way I would go back to that place is if I was staving to death and even then I would check to bin outside first. Other than that i cant see alot else wrong with it maybe I can only see that good in thing

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honestpete - 1 Oct 2011 18:27
God awful Pub I canít imagine a worse place to go for a drink, I canít believe I was paying more for a pint than in some decent modern clean pubs I visit, Got absolutely nothing going for it, I asked how they can justify the beer prices and was almost barred for nothing more than a reasonable question, The land lords are mini Hitlers the bar staff look as happy as a bulldog chewing a wasp, the smoking area was nothing more than terrible the chairs and tables all wonky I would not visit this place again if Elvis Presley himself re emerged from his grave and asked me to join him for a drink!!!!!!!
thebeerman3 - 1 Oct 2011 17:54
A good solid proper pub. Still manages to retain a nice distinct public bar style area although it is an open plan pub. The lunch was pretty reasonable on a Sunday lunchtime. Beer is a tad expensive but maybe offset by wine cheaper than usual?

Still has great stained glass windows and some interesting original tiling outside. Generally an older crowd but some younger customers as well.
Old_King_Cole - 15 Jan 2011 19:29

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