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The Oak Inn, Lyndhurst - pub details

Oak Inn

Address: Pinkney Lane, Bank, Lyndhurst, Hampshire, SO43 7FE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7318) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ashurst - New Forest (3.3 miles), Brockenhurst (3.5 miles), Beaulieu Road (3.8 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

Pub facilities/features:

General information: Large covered outside area with garden, cosy low ceiling inside. Daily specials on the food board

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 31 users)
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Crown Stirrup, Lyndhurst (0.5 miles), Fox and Hounds, Lyndhurst (0.7 miles), New Forest Inn, Emery Down (0.9 miles), Mill House, Lyndhurst (0.9 miles), Waterloo Arms, Lyndhurst (0.9 miles)

 

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Looks to be a Fullers managed house. Good beers on offer the HSB was great! Small, awkward car park. A favourite with tourists. Worth a visit but be warned, it''s more of a eating house than a pub.
wolvesfan - 15 Sep 2017 13:17
Very good speedy service yesterday and the doorstep sandwiches proved too much for us (they needed to be a sizeable portion at nearly £9 each). We hadn't been able to reserve a table (you can't book between 12-4 on a Sunday apparently) but fortunately there were a couple of tables vacant outside even though the sun was belting down. A very handy pitstop for the many cyclists there (which included us). Can't comment on the ales as it was Cornish Orchards Gold Cider all round on our table.
paul_d102 - 9 May 2016 15:50
As others have stated, this pub is very much food led, and also very popular, it was extremely busy at midday on the Saturday that I called in.

Despite other comments here, they were quite happy to serve me at the bar (I wasn't eating), and it was great to see a good range of beers served straight from the barrel.

It appeared to be very efficiently run and the staff were all very pleasant.
ferend - 7 Jun 2013 16:52
I have used this pub? on & off for over 40 years. It's popularity with visitors has meant they have maximised the amount of tables to make the most of this. It is now very overcrowded & it can be quite a job getting out to go to the loo if you are unlucky enough to be sat against the wall.

I don,t like beer being served to the table, it feels like they are trying to control the clients. But then they obviously don't want drinkers clogging up the bar, space after all is at a premium.

Not for me any more, it is now a restaurant with prices to match.
John.T - 3 Dec 2012 12:13
Very good. I agree with all previous recent reviews. High standards are evident in all respects. Excellent staff. Very good beer quality. My only complaint, apart from prices, is that is in danger of being restaurant than pub. They should watch that. I prefer to get my own beer from the bar, not least to check what they are doing, rather than have it waitress -delivered charming and attractive as she was.
SPB - 30 Oct 2012 17:12

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