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The Rose and Crown, Trent - pub details

Rose and Crown

Address: Trent, Sherborne, Dorset, DT9 4SL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15077) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Yeovil Pen Mill (2 miles), Yeovil Junction (3.3 miles), Sherborne (3.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Griffins Head Inn, Nether Compton (0.8 miles), Half Moon Inn and Country Lodge, Mudford (1.2 miles), Great Lyde, Yeovil (1.3 miles), White Post, Rimpton (1.5 miles), Yellow Wagtail, Yeovil (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Food was fantastic, staff friendly and to top it all a warming log fire to toast my tootsies afterwards...
After taking a break from my holiday in Cornwall where the food and menus were starting to get very similar and samey, this was like a breath of fresh air, cant recommend it enough, off the beaten track betwixt Yeovil and Sherborne, worth a detour...
apatgee - 13 Jan 2012 00:49
Popped in for a pint recently, not been in for a while, and found the ales great and well kept (had some 6x). However, the place is crowded with hooray henry's, what a shame they look down on the normal folk that pop in for a pint. Menu looks good, but unless you have a big bank balance during this credit crunch time, its way over the top. For a country pub its far too expensive for my pocket. I wont be back in a hurry thats for sure. The Landlord is very friendly but the Landlady is rather snobbish and unfriendly.
dougsmith - 23 Sep 2008 15:54
Just read some of the other reviews after my last posting and noted Adrian_Charles mentioned "can really splash out and not find you're out of pocket much more than 40 for the whole evening" - I thought I'd better warn others that our evening for two cost over 120. This was for two pints of ale, two bottles of wine (the moderately priced ones at around 15 each), two three course meals (we, to quote the above-mentioned A_C, "splashed out" on two fillet steaks which, on their own, equalled his evening's expenditure) and two coffees.

BobOs - 5 Sep 2008 11:33
Visited again last night for a meal - ales were spot-on and the service was very friendly and extremely efficient. Meal was excellent - only fault with the food being the fillet steak (at 20 a time) was so large it wasn't cooked at all in the middle, but this was dealt with immediately. On the strength of this experience I would have bumped my rating from 8 to 9. However I was actually tempted to lower my rating to a 7 because of the begging pub dog that is allowed to wander at will through the restaurant. Lovely though he undoubtedly is, I am not a dog person, especially when I'm trying to enjoy a meal. On balance therefore, my rating stays at an 8.
BobOs - 5 Sep 2008 11:20
Fine higher class village pub - very welcoming landlord and efficient staff, excellent well-kept ales (Wadsworths - Bishop's Tipple, 6X, Horizon and Henry's IPA), extensive reasonably priced menu. My first 8/10 in 75 ratings and I've already booked our table for our next visit! By the way Pete_Alabaster, how much of a bloody great car park do you need - it's massive - or can't your legs manage 20 yards any more?
BobOs - 20 Aug 2008 22:01

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