The Smugglers, Wyke Regis - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4879) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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Albert Inn, Wyke Regis (0.3 miles), Ferrybridge Inn, Weymouth (0.5 miles), Old Castle Hotel, Weymouth (0.7 miles), Admiral Hardy, Weymouth (1.0 miles), Rodwell, Weymouth (1.0 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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5 most recent reviews of 9 shown - see all reviews
|under new ownership..... Totally different attitude and now getting busy again.|
rosco - 1 Oct 2013 01:45
|The business is up for sale. No surprise he has driven all his local customers away. Hope the next owner has a better attitude towards his locals and tourists alike.|
RUMRAT - 15 Jan 2013 16:09
|Just to add to my last comment. The Landlord has now banned dogs because he does not like dog hair on the floor. What next children or even customers?|
RUMRAT - 9 Nov 2010 15:56
|Since my last visit things have changed. I visited Friday evening. As you enter the first thing you notice is the amount of computer made notices telling you what you can and cannot do, with the threat of been barred. One other local person in the bar apart from landlord at the bar. The standard beer and lager lines. The landlord was surly for some reason. Talking to the local who only comes in for one pint because he cannot walk far. Seems the landlord has driven his local trade away because of his strict petty rules. In this day and age you need every customer, especially your locals. Will not be coming back.|
RUMRAT - 22 Sep 2010 11:22
|A detached, with a white painted brick exterior and black paintwork.|
The interior is open plan. It has a nice wood bar, with darts and pool areas. There were lots of old local pictures, memorabilia and ornaments, with an old piano. The decor was the black beam look. Service was very friendly, with a small mixed clientele. Music was varied but at a decent level.
Beer; usual tap stuff of course, with Adnams Broadside on handpull - decent enough.
It did well enough for a return if i was down there - but as it doesnt do MILD of course, having one real ale is always a gamble - had it been Adnams Bitter i would have walked back out
Archivist - 13 Sep 2009 19:03
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