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The Fulflood Arms, Winchester - pub details

Fulflood Arms
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Address: 28 Cheriton Road, Winchester, Hampshire, SO22 5EF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6661) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Winchester (0.3 miles), Shawford (3.1 miles)

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I'm unconvinced by this pub,we tried many of the beers but none were up to scratch,the food on offer was very poor and under cooked. Why have eight crap beers? Just sell four well kept ales 1/10.
slerpy - 10 Jul 2016 17:37
Very attractive and well-managed pub. Ignore the fact it's owned by Green King - only their IPA was available and was supplemented by 6 ales from good local breweries such as Weltons & Red Cat. Very good & well worth the trek from the centre.
baxterfish - 28 Feb 2016 12:37
Sadly the micro brewery appears to be no more. But there was a very good selection of 8 ales on only 2 of which were from Greene King. Red Cat, Upham Andwell, Rusty Prop, Hook Norton were present as well as a superb old from Weltons.
Steamer1 - 24 Jan 2015 18:39
Yep still great despite changes to staff / management. Shame the Itchen Valley Godfathers is no longer on.
Not 100% certain about the bright red leather armchairs though!
Unusually, they have a loyalty card scheme. Me and mate managed to get the necessary nine stamps and get 10th free in the one visit.
Old_King_Cole - 11 Nov 2014 21:24
Two recent visits and two different experiences- it certainly is a tidy little pub, with space outdoors if weather permits front and back- little nooks and crannies- unpretentious and decent staff- first visit early midweek was great- they have about 4 ales on and easily corrected an over-charging problem- second visit was in the evening on a saturday and was packed with babies and kids and must have been something on- so we pulled the ripcord immediately- with 33 pubs closing a week in Britain, and no cafe culture we are short-changed when it comes to public spaces and renders pubs useless or tedious for much of their time. 6 from AZ until a further visit is possible if we can squeeze in...
alezilla - 30 Nov 2013 17:40

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