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The East End Arms, East End - pub details

East End Arms

Address: Lymington Road, East End, Lymington, Hampshire, SO41 5SY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1682) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lymington Pier (2.2 miles), Lymington Town (2.5 miles), Brockenhurst (5.4 miles)

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This is a genuine, old fashioned country pub. As has been mentioned, it is owned by John Ilsley, the former Bass Player of Dire Straits. Usually a decent selection of beers on tap as well.
wolvesfan - 3 Apr 2019 14:31
Popped in for a quick pint and found a welcoming, comfortable, traditional bar, plus a smarter restaurant area. The Cottage Southern Belle was well kept and from the barrel, with a brace of (Marstons) Ringwood on handpump. Good friendly service and a certain shabby ambience contributing to a well above average pub.
richythemole - 26 Oct 2016 16:20
Lovely pub. Came across it on a Monday lunchtime. Very friendly service, roast beef ciabatta and fries was delicious. Will be visiting again for dinner as soon as we're next in the area.
takeabreak - 14 Jul 2010 15:55
Although the pub website only shows a dinner menu, we went in at lunchtime on the offchance there were baguettes etc. available - there were ciabattas with various fillings. Full menu was not large but presume it was of high quality to match the lunchtime snacks. Excellent friendly and efficient service, we turned left at the entrance and went in the lounge bar which turned out to be the restaurant. Plenty of excellent pop photos from various groups on the walls. Although there was only Ringwood 49 on the one handle in the lounge bar there were other ales available - the 49 was excellent, I'm into 49 at the moment so it was ideal. Will return later!
Feed - 12 May 2010 23:10
Trad New Forset pub. Glad to see not 'tarted up' but still retains old world charm. Small bar with large open fire blazing away when we went. Good beers on tap and friendly staff. Had meal in restaurant, John Ibsley (think thats his name) the owner and Dire Straits bass player was also having dinner at the time. Good menu, not cheap, but food was very good, Good selection of wines available. We found locals were ok and did not feel unwelcome, car parking not easy when busy as there is only a very small car park and layby over the road. Worth venturing out to when visiting the area.
delboy100 - 11 Jan 2010 16:41

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