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The Wheel Inn, Pennington - pub details

Wheel Inn
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Address: Sway Rd, Pennington, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 8LJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7957) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Sway (1.7 miles), Lymington Town (2.1 miles), Lymington Pier (2.4 miles)

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Mill at Gordleton, Sway (0.3 miles), Tollhouse Inn, Lymington (1.3 miles), Sportsmans Arms, Pennington (1.3 miles), Musketeer, Pennington (1.4 miles), Hare and Hounds, Sway (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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I was slightly disappointed with this pub, very small car-park and not very interesting selection of ales - Flack Manor's Double Drop (very insipid if you ask me) and a couple from Ringwood (Wolverhampton and Dudley/Marstons). Friendly barman though!!!
wolvesfan - 3 Apr 2019 12:07
Maybe not the most inviting looking pub inside or out, but that is what most 'drinkers' pubs are like.
Perhaps a bit of a spruce up inside would not go amiss.
The landlord did seem a bit quiet but once we got chatting about real ale he was quite enthusiastic.
He knew what he liked and didn't like when it came to certain beers (at last, someone else not keen on Doombar).
His ale was in good condition. Tomcat; packed with hops. Nova Foresta - brewed next door - a hoppy amber bitter, plus one or two Ringwood regulars.
Good beer over a spring clean anyday.

fugglehops - 5 Oct 2014 21:18
Did not enjoy my time here at all, the bloke behind the bar was miserable and quiet, locals were loud and not pleasant to be around, we went for the food as we fancied Thai, the Thai waitress was lovely but the food wasn't great, I'm quite an avid eater of good eggs and I can be 99% sure that they were not free range used in the meal. Overall I'd suggest going to the Red Lion in Milford on Sea rather than waste a few hours in this standard place. Just a quick look at the website confirms it isn't great. Poorly designed and cheaply made.
Trueenglishbreed - 9 Jan 2014 14:54
Popped in early Saturday evening after visiting Beauliea Motor Museum earlier. Pub is split into two distinct bars but one has been made into a Thai restaurant. The Thai food was excellent but a word of warning, if you can't point at the meal you want off the menu you'd best tel the Landlord your order so he can tell the chef-cum-waiter who speaks no english. While here I tried Nottingham - Legend and Milestone - American Pale guest ales and both were very good. The only downside was the locals in the other bar could be heard swearing which is not nice while having a family meal.
Beer_Spotter - 29 Jan 2012 19:32
I couldn't work it out. Maybe I should have had some Thai food, but I wasn't hungry enough. The beer was in good condition and there is an old-school pub atmosphere in here. It just needs to be made a little more inviting somehow...
toorantom - 9 Oct 2011 17:57

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