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The Crown Inn, Shorwell - pub details

Address: Walkers Lane, Shorwell, Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 3JZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27873) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Countryman, Brighstone (1.2 miles), Three Bishops, Brighstone (1.7 miles)


user reviews of the Crown Inn, Shorwell

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Pretty country pub focused on food but also serving a good selection of real ales. Three bars allow access to the bar from three separate rooms. Small river runs through the garden, very picturesque, worth a try.
manx_888 - 18 Oct 2015 22:50
Popped in for a meal and a pint.3Ales on including a local Fuggle De Dum ,lovely meal at a good price fantastic Garden.Well worth a visit.
lowerbourneshot - 14 Jul 2013 23:52
Fabulous Pub ! Had a great few days visiting IOW and this was the best pub we found - and we tried a few ! The food was amazingly tasty especially the pie, and plenty of choice on the menu and special board. Staff were very friendly and cheery, beer was very good and pub was very cosy. Could not have asked for more.
eeemoid - 25 Nov 2010 23:48
This is a first class pub make no mistake about it.

There were 16 of us on a long weekend break celebrating a friend's 50th at a farm nearby ( which was also amazing!) We had lunch on the first day and were delighted with the friendliness of the staff, the quality of the food and excellent beers - Goddards Fuggle Dee Dum! We chose home-made chicken, ham and leek pie, scampi (14 pieces!) and Crayfish Risotto which was served quickly and with a smile in front of a roaring coal fire. Lager drinkers were happy with the San Miguel or Peroni and bitter drinkers with Goddards F Dee Dum, Ringwood 49er, Tribute, Doombar etc etc.

We walked to the pub again the next day and enjoyed more beers and some sat by the fire and others outside in the pretty gardens.

On sunday evening 12 of us went down for dinner and even though it was getting close to 9pm we were served freshly cooked "proper chef" food with a smile. We rearranged a few tables to seat us all together and that was fine too. The food again was top drawer;- roast beef with all the trimmings, venison, fish pie, and another risotto. The beers flowed we laughed and chatted to a few locals ( ken etc??). A great night. A great pub. Thank you.10 out of 10.
magicmerlin - 23 Nov 2010 12:38
The pub is lovely and the staff nice, the beer is great and the food totaly unpalatable. We spent 40 on over cooked, dry cajun chicken, and a blue cheese and leek lasagne with zero blue cheese and 100 awful, neither of us could finish it. We have eaten here 3 times and each time has been bad. Pity as a drinks are great and the pub its lovely its just the food thats awful.
gwen - 23 Sep 2010 22:20

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