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Cottage Inn, Southampton - pub details

Cottage Inn
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Address: 77-79 Woolston Road, Butlocks Heath, Southampton, Hampshire, SO31 5FN [map] [gmap]

Nearest train stations Netley (0.5 miles), Hamble (0.8 miles), Bursledon (1.6 miles)

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Station Hotel, Netley (0.5 miles), Mill House, Netley (0.6 miles), Prince Consort, Netley (0.7 miles), Plough Inn, Southampton (0.8 miles), Fox and Hounds, Bursledon (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Lovely country pub. Central bar serves several rooms full of nooks and crannies and redolent with character and atmosphere. Three cask ales from the very decent Wadworth brewery, with assorted rolls (£1 each) or hot meals depending on time of day. Good friendly, laid back ambiance. Child friendly Best pub I've yet come across in the Southampton area. This is going to be most people's idea of what a British country pub should be. Worth seeking out.
SilkTork - 8 Jan 2015 18:27
Situated on the outskirts of Netley on the way to Woolston in picturesque countryside (take a walk in the near by woods and see the reservoir) near the Victoria Country Park and River Hamble this has a great Country pub ambience.

There's a 'public bar' where you can play darts and cribage & 'lounge' (no extra charge for the comfy seats). Open fires add to the atmosphere in Winter and the logs for the hearth are stored in the Gents toilets!, while in Summer you can sit in the pub's pretty garden next to the car park. The pub knocked through to the house next door a number of years ago, hence the split levels.

A meat draw is held every Sunday afternoon and Quiz Night is every Wednesday at 8.30pm.

They have a new Landlord and he was very welcoming when my brother and I visited. They only have 'light bites' on at the moment. It's a Wadworths pub and we had the well served 6x and Horizon.

'The Cottage' is a cosy boozer with low ceiling beams and loads of nick-nacks on the wall and gives you a "pleasant drink in a country pub".
BARRY2771 - 27 Jun 2011 16:20

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