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Dundas Arms, Kintbury - pub details

Dundas Arms

Address: 53 Station Road, Kintbury, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 9UT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 38954) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Kintbury (0.1 miles), Hungerford (3.2 miles)

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Prince of Wales, Kintbury (0.1 miles), Blue Ball, Kintbury (0.2 miles), Halfway Inn, Newbury (1.6 miles), Crown and Garter, Inkpen Common (1.8 miles)

 

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It's good to stop here on a walk alongside the Kennet & Avon Canal. I can't comment on the beer because being a brilliant sunny mid-afternoon, a cooling pint of shandy seemed best. The focus does seem to be on food sales, but don't feel put off calling in to sit in the pleasant garden with a beer. Our fellow drinkers were most decorous.
Mona_Growser - 18 Aug 2016 12:22
The weather put us off walking along the canal from Hungerford which was a shame because of one the major attractions of this pub has to be its setting and its beautiful beer garden. As a pub, it clearly attracts a certain type - think burgers at £13.45, children called Gabriel, Willem and Beattie running around (but with pretentious rather than über-posh parents), Louis Roederer parasols, cars which have to take up 2 spaces in the car park and £4 for 2 halves. The Arkells Moonlight was very good; their Wiltshire Gold, Wild Weather's Sundown and Ringwood Best were the other 3 handpulled ales, Orchard Pig's Reveller was the regular cider with the very local Cidernik's 6.5% Combe Raider also on a handpull. Not that I tried them all, but every one of these beers/ciders was new to me so that made it a worthwhile visit.
paul_d102 - 24 May 2014 19:25
AVOID, AVOID, AVOID!

It isn't first impressions - it's even worse!

The idiots who run this place might as well put a big sign up outside saying "Diners only - drinkers not welcome".

Today we were told by a jobsworth behind the bar that we couldn't sit in the corner of the bar (where we have on a weekly basis since they re-opened) as it was a "serving area".

The first round (at 12.25) of 3 Good Old Boys was 10.50 - expensive, yes, but the beer was good. The second round (at 13.05) of 2 Good Old Boys was 7.00. The third round (at 13.20) of 3 Good Old Bopys was 11.10! When this was queried, we were told that the prices had gone up because "Amanda said so"! We asked to speak to the manager who was, apparently, too busy but sent his apologies and offered a free round! Not surprisingly given the treatment , we accepted, but were told that 3.70 a pint was the new price! In the boondocks of West Berkshire! That is expensive in central London.

We shall not be darkening the doors of this place again - or anwhere else owned by Cirrus Inns who are, clearly, a bunch of money grabbing crooks.


cheshirecat - 27 Sep 2012 21:12
I'm told it is due to re-open today after a refurb with an increase to 6 handpumps. Will check it out next week.
cheshirecat - 10 Aug 2012 08:33
Following change of ownership last week, closed for refurb. Rumoured not to be opening until late August so it must be a pretty extensive make-over!
cheshirecat - 7 Jun 2012 09:05

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