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The Bermuda Triangle, Parkstone - pub details

Bermuda Triangle
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Address: Parr Street, Parkstone, Poole, Dorset, BH14 0JY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2696) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Parkstone (0.2 miles), Poole (1.4 miles), Branksome (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 223 users)
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Bricklayers Arms, Poole (0.0 miles), Central Hotel, Parkstone (0.0 miles), The Hub Bar and Kitchen, Parkstone (0.0 miles), Le Bateau Bistro, Parkstone (0.1 miles), Brit, Ashley Cross (0.1 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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I'd made the Bricklayers Arms my last pub of the day last night, until I'd realised that the pub opposite was the Bermuda Triangle - one I'd seen listed in the top 100 UK pubs on here previously. So it was rude not to have a swift one. The interior is a little unusual. There is one main drinking area around the bar, along with a small side room and another room at the rear, packed with tables and probably very cosy when/if the pub is rammed with people. The pub certainly possesses plenty of character. 4 ales were on - Goddards Fuddle Dee Dum, Sixpenny 6d Best & Dark Star Hophead & American Pale Ale. On enquiry, I found there was also a real cider from Westons, fetched from the cellar. I believe this was Founders Reserve. Certainly more of a pub than the Bricklayers opposite and certainly a decent pub. But I could probably name at least 100 better, in my opinion. But of course, it really depends what you are looking for in a pub. 7/10 from me.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Jun 2015 20:50
Going downhill fast. Today has Coors Doombar and Marstons Fortyniner. Is this the beginning of the end or just a temporary blip? Let's hope the latter.
Mark888 - 4 May 2013 17:52
things could be looking up for this pub,soon to have a new manager!hopefully this one will care about customers as well as his friends and hopefully know something about real ale and keeping it well.when you sell 8 different lagers you dont need 3 blond ales.hopefully quality will go up rather than just the prices.
mysteryman12 - 7 Mar 2013 09:44
This is the one of the very few real ale pubs in Poole and still has four regularly changing real ales generally from small independent breweries. Fortunately they haven't succumbed to the mass-marketing from brewing giant Molson-Coors, so you won't see Doombar on the pumps here. This is a small and very traditional pub with no food and generally a very good atmosphere.

The really negative thing about this place is that the music is far too loud at the weekend and occasionally on busy nights during the week. It's just a small pub and it needs much smaller loudspeakers (and just two of them: not four).
Mark888 - 13 Oct 2012 07:36
not worth trying this pub anymore,went in first time for ages,ale now 3.50 a pint!!!! and not kept well
mysteryman12 - 19 Apr 2011 11:57

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