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The Quay, Wareham - pub details


Address: The Quay, Wareham, Dorset, BH20 4LP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4782) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wareham (0.7 miles), Holton Heath (2.5 miles), Wool (5.2 miles)

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In here last Saturday about mid day and about half a dozen others in.
Two bars with one side set for diners. A few bar stools could be used though.
6 hand pulls split 3/3 on each side of the bar.
Only 2 ales on at the time Tim Taylors Landlord & Ringwood Best Bitter.
I try a pint of the latter which is ok and cost £3.40.
Some piped music is playing and the large plasma screen is showning the BBC News Channel (Corbyn's victory speech-sound turned down thank God!!)
In the GBG 2015.
bjbrummiejohn - 15 Sep 2015 12:53
The Quay was our first pub for a long weekend in Dorset. It was reasonably busy on Friday evening. There are 2 rooms and a pleasant garden at the rear. The front looks out over the river and the town's bridge. There is a pay and display car park there too. Service was friendly. Ales were Ringwood Best, Timothy Taylor Landlord & Isle of Purbeck Studland Bay Wrecked. There were also 2 ciders from the Purbeck Cider Company - Dorset Dabinett & Joe's Dry. We enjoyed a nice meal whereby you cook your own steak, prawns or chicken on hot stones.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Mar 2015 16:13
Set back from the river this is a small pub but has a large outside drinking area out the back and tables and benches at the front, tried the Ringwood best in here which was a nice pint.

Pleasant and efficient bar staff.
beershot - 2 Sep 2013 14:51
Went there with wife and kids. Main man seemed kind and friendly. Bar staff were helpful. Sat in the back garden/ courtyard, and had some good pub grub off the specials board. Beer was excellent, as was the Pimms!! Would defo return. Better than some of the pubs in Corfe that I won't mention!!!!
Ashore - 26 Jul 2013 00:12
I've been since 2008.Three of us stopped by for a drink one early afternoon.Despite the sunny day and its proximity to the river it was otherwise empty.Beer was okay,nothing special,but one of my companions was given a glass that was absolutely filthy.Barman didn't seem overly bothered by the fact that the glass was covered in fingerprints and lipstick marks but gave him a new pint immediately.We sat outside in the sunshine,but you are right next to a public carpark,so it's not quite as idyllic as it might be.Nothing particularly wrong with the place,but I probably wouldn't go again as it is mainly a tourist pub and there are much nicer pubs in Wareham.
jdb1 - 29 Aug 2012 12:40

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