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Drovers Inn, Gussage all Saints - pub details

Drovers Inn
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Address: Gussage all Saints, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 5ET [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13599) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 56 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Horton Inn, Horton (1.6 miles), Bull Inn, Wimborne St Giles (1.9 miles)

user reviews of Drovers Inn, Gussage all Saints

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Surprised that there is only one has review (1 year since the re-opening). This is an excellent community-owned pub with an extremely good range of local beers and one outstanding still cider. The (locally sourced) food is very good too and it isn't all that expensive. It's off the beaten track, most of its clientèle are locals. but it is a friendly place, well worth searching out.
HenPen - 24 Jul 2017 08:47
Pub has now been opened again under local community ownership - well done people. Visited last night for a quick pint to add my support and it was very welcoming, my pint was probably from the Ringwood Brewery (not sure) and was good. Reasonable amount of parking and a beer garden out front with new shades, tables & chairs. Looked at the food menu which wasn't extensive but we need to remember the pub has only just opened and will need time to build up the menu to what sells to keep the place viable. The pub is tucked away in a small village, and might be a good stopping point on walks as the countryside around is stunning.
addick - 24 Jul 2016 10:41
Boarded up for about a month now. Locals say that a "change of use" application is in, so probably Good-Bye to an excellent country pub.
HenPen - 3 Jan 2015 12:01
Went on a Saturday lunchtime, the bar to the left is furnished as described below, the other bar was full of parents and children and there were also a number in the left hand bar. More of a restaurant than a bar but a cosy atmosphere nevertheless. Four Ringwood ales on the handles, my 49er was in excellent condition. Unfortunately there was only one person serving, he also left the bar to serve food and collect dishes. I expect this pub is very popular in the summer and would need further staff to avoid long waits. My baguette was very good and good value, I felt prices for main courses to be rather high.
Feed - 18 Apr 2012 09:04
This is another pub that is punching well above it's current low Rating. I checked on line to make sure they served food on a Monday. 'Which they did'. On the Monday we visited the menu was somewhat reduced as the previous day was Mothering Sunday. Mind you what was left on was more than adequate.

O.K first impressions. Lovely old pub exterior. Bit disappointed with the interior, a little too modern with the black chairs but my wife added that they were very comfortable whilst I perched on an old pew. Very warming open fire 'always a plus point'.

The beer was excellent, we all enjoyed the Boondoggle.

Now to the food, Two of us had Guinea foul, which was perfect. Another had belly pork with a great side dish of crackling. No complaints from any of our party with regard to the food. Also I am pleased that all the veg is freshly prepped, no frozen rubbish and they have their own kitchen garden. The food is reasonably priced when you consider the quality you are getting.

So all in all we were impressed. My rating an 8.5 and we shall be going back.
John.T - 19 Mar 2012 20:01

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