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The Vine Inn, St Helens - pub details

Address: Upper Green Rd, St Helens, Ryde, Isle of Wight, PO33 1UJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11745) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brading (1.9 miles), Smallbrook Junction (2.8 miles), Ryde St. Johns Road (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 14 users)
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I have just returned to Jersey after taking a wonderful trip back to the Isle of Wight to show my father the changes over the years. We returned to the Vines where in the 50's & 60's we used to go with our late mother when on holidays. My father remembers the pub from childhood which as he is 87 years young was some time ago.The peole were friendly and food was wonderful and chef and barman were great with my father who is rather slow in pace now. A wonderful pub with wonderful people in it. Thank you to one and all for our special memories of such a lovely family eating and drinking establishment
kimnoblejersey - 10 Sep 2012 17:35
Fairly large house with a partially-obstructed view of the village green. Quite quiet on a weekday lunchtime visit.

The rear of the pub is a typical local, and opens out into a large room past the bar. At the front are two dining areas looking out onto the street and perhaps aimed at the tourist trade during a weekday. As an overnor, I know my place, so ate my ploughman's here - decent portion, fresh salad.

A friendly lady served me a pint of Ringway Best in good condition. Other pumps offered Greene King products.

Handy for the no.8 bus to Ryde or Newport - once you work out which stop you need.
apchilcott - 28 Aug 2010 19:25
Visited this pub last week, can't comment on the food as we didn't stay to eat. There was an old male (wore glasses) who was very rude to us within 5 mins of us being there!! Complaining about how much he had worked, was rather aggresive towards us. After this, instead of continueing to work he sat at a table with his mates drinking and chatting. He ripped into us in front of everyone in the pub for no reason what so ever! It's not the customers fault if you're over worked is it? Seems as though he needs to work on his customer service skills. We left rather shocked and disguted. After speaking to a few people this week, I have been informed that the same male has been rude to many of his customers (eg. throwing their change at them). We will not be returning. Even if he is the manager/ owner, he has no right or need to treat his customers the way he does. He ruined our enjoyment of the beautiful village.

Rating: 0

Mumzy - 10 Aug 2010 20:28
great beer, good food, very friendly and well worth a visit. my local when visiting the isle, one of the reasons I keep coming back. great range of ever changing beers, always well kept.
fenix - 25 May 2010 15:08
Had just about the best conditioned pint of London Pride that I can remember. Friendly and welcoming pub. Just how it should be - doing the basics well.
mally - 20 Feb 2010 11:09

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