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Owls Nest, West Parley

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Had an excellent and reasonably priced Sunday roast in this extremely welcoming and friendly pub. Reasonable choice of ales from the likes of Plain, Eight Arch & Flack Manor. Will definitely return for another meal.
baxterfish - 9 May 2016 12:43
A friendly quirky treasure of a pub. We have defected to here following nasty tarting up of nearby establishment.

In the end the 'other lot' have done us a favour as this is more welcoming than they ever were.
Have also eaten here and will again. I don't drink beer so probably shouldn't be contributing to this site, but the wine is nice, and the locals all seem to be enjoying their pints.

quackers - 12 Apr 2013 00:04
An excellent place to bring friends for a drink or a meal as the staff acknowledge you as soon as you go in - which is almost unheard of nowadays!

Lovely atmosphere, good wine, food and service. What more could you ask for?
red_admiral - 2 Dec 2008 23:22
Used to be the private Brackenhill Country Club years ago. Beer and food normally excellent although the clientele can give the place a bit of a 'God's waiting room' feel!
jasperdodds - 1 Dec 2008 17:44
Yes Mcewans you are missing out. It was a private bar/restaurant 25 years ago but now its got good old local charm.
You dont often see shove'hapenney these days but here even the local darts league know where they stand.
Food is from good down to earth basic and can sometime be memorable, mums best gravy.
Old Oakmeadians meet here also, licensee being one of them.
ericmwatson - 10 Sep 2008 18:01
Went there a long time ago but from what i can remeber great home cooked food at reasonable prices
6raham - 5 Apr 2007 11:24
bit of a mystery this pub, is it a pub or private club, have been driving past it for years but never tempted to call in. am i missing out.
Mcewansdrinker - 17 Sep 2006 18:11

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