The Night Jar, Ferndown - pub details
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- Food served, Real ale
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other pubs nearby:
White Heather, Ferndown (0.2 miles), Pure Drop, Ferndown (0.6 miles), Smugglers Haunt, Tricketts Cross (0.9 miles), Forest Inn, Ferndown (1.0 miles), Inn in the Tin, Ferndown (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Local to us and been many times , bar service is usually poor and have to ask to be served or they fail to spot 'who's next' , some evenings it's pleasant in there but it only takes a few local loud chavs to change that as has happened numerous times , Carlsberg currently at £2.09 is the only reason we still persist with this one .|
greyshark1927 - 13 Nov 2012 18:06
|Very nice Wetherspoons. Extremely pleasant and helpful staff. Plentiful range of beer including all the Ringwoods. Local drinkers were also friendly.|
southfields - 17 Feb 2011 15:46
|The staff spend more time moaning about the clients and partners than they do serving. Who's next? im the only one at the bar without a beer!!!|
dagdog - 27 Apr 2010 19:17
|After eighteen months or so my review of this pub is due for updating. Very little has changed in that time. The beer, surely the 'raison d'etre' of any Wetherspoon pub, remains good. The choice is good, the quality remains as high, if not higher, than most pubs in the country. Yes, you'll get the odd duff pint, with up to 9 real ales on and lager vanishing like water in the desert, you should expect nothing less.|
It's a Wetherspoon, a good one. The place is clean, the beer's plentiful and drinkable, the foods cheap but cheerful, kids run about, blokes get drunk, coffee clogs up the bar and there are never enough staff. What do you expect. Me? I love the place..........
My rating? 8
Runningdog - 18 May 2009 11:55
|The real ale selection is confusing. |
You see a wide selection of excellent ales only to find out that they are not on sale yet.
What's going on.
Surley if the beer is on display it should be for sale.
If the beer is good it gets drunk.
If it is indifferent or bad it shouldnt be there in the first place.
bobw - 30 Jan 2009 13:50
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