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The Vine Inn, Burlesdon - pub details

Address: High Street, Burlesdon, Hampshire, SO31 8DJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 39402) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bursledon (0.4 miles), Hamble (0.6 miles), Netley (1.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 8.0/10 (rated by 5 users)
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An update on my previous post in Feb 2011.
Popped into the Vine this lunchtime as we have heard good reports about the place. The new owners are doing a really good job of putting the Vine back on the map. There are no major alterations to the interior which is a good thing as this pub is full of quiet corners & atmosphere. The beer is now on pumps with a good selection of well kept real ales. Ringwood, Directors & Doom Bar. There is also a good selection of reasonably priced food on the menu, dare I say it, better value than the Jolly Sailor.
Sadly the old black labrador 'Murphy' passed away just a few weeks ago. He was such a character there is a plaque to his memory in the bar.
I suppose the only downside for some people is the limited parking outside the pub. I suggest you do what we do, park by the railway station & walk. 'Parking is free' & the short distance to the pub helps to build a thirst.
If you love a traditional pub where you can chat, play darts & cribbage & receive a genuine warm welcome then this is your sort of place. I rate this lovely pub a 9
John.T - 23 Aug 2012 18:10
Great pub tucked away from the very famous "Jolly Sailor" down the road. You will probaly be asked where the Jolly is by a passing car as you walk to this delightful place. Great selection of beer and a new and very good menu. You cant buy this level of atmosphere and character. A hidden classic
ctaylorgha - 1 Dec 2011 15:02
The good news is that the Vine Inn is open again, however, the new 'owners' have removed the barrels from behind the bar to make room for a coffee machine! The new landlord and landlady are very friendly and the Vine still remains a proper local pub, in which everyone is made to feel welcome. It is dog friendly, so there is usually a dog sprawled across the floor somewhere! There are moves afoot to serve food, the kitchen is in the process of being renovated. My only complaint, (be it a very trivial one), is that since the change of hands, all the lights get switched on, and the place seems a bit too bright and not the cosy gloom anymore!! I have also been told that the tradition of a bar-b-que on Boxing Day, with the Mummers play will continue. All in all, a very traditional pub, which there are so few these days, with a friendly atmosphere, idel for a quiet drink and a chat!
sassylou - 3 Apr 2011 21:49
A lovely quaint old pub that was run by an older couple that sold real ales straight from the barrel. We called in a few weeks ago only to find it was closed & available to rent.

I shall check the pub out again in a week or so to see if there have been any developments.
John.T - 27 Feb 2011 12:30

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