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The Millers Inn, Wincanton - pub details

Millers Inn

Address: Silver St, Wincanton, Somerset, BA9 9AN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22588) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Templecombe (4 miles), Bruton (4.5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.1/10 (rated by 7 users)
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Red Lion Inn, Wincanton (0.1 miles), Nog Inn, Wincanton (0.1 miles), Bear Inn, Wincanton (0.1 miles), White Horse Hotel, Wincanton (0.2 miles), Uncle Tom's Cabin, Wincanton (0.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Millers Inn, Wincanton

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TheSherrif has got to one of the two!

So-so town pub at the bottom of the hill but nothing special, still a bit grubby round the edges and not much atmosphere. Didn't eat and the ale was only just adequate. All in all probably much better to walk up the hill and try several of the other pubs in town.
BobOs - 5 Jul 2011 17:24
. . . . . . and are you the licensee, or just keen staff?
The_Final_Arbiter - 28 Jan 2010 12:28
Lively local pub with B&B accomodation available. Clean and tidy saloon bar occupies the front of the building with a pool table and juke box annexed to the rear of the bar. There is a seprate function room at the rear of the premises and in addition there is also a sheltered smoking area on a newly-erected decking and patio area to the rear. Car-parking is good and access for disabled patrons is also good.

A range of lagers, ciders and bottles is available together with between 2 and 4 real ales normally being available, Ringwood Best, Doombar and 49-er being available at the moment. All are well-kept and tasty - I tried them all!!

The pub can be busy at times, especially at weekends, and can sometimes get a bit loud (it's a town pub after all) which may not be perfect for those looking for the quaint backwater pub for a pint, a comfy chair and some quiet to read the paper, but the atmosphere is generally very warm, welcoming and freindly.

Good food is always available and there is a separate dining area for you to enjoy your repast in peace.

The staff are polite, confident and efficient and really help in projecting a feeling of welcome to the pub. Even if you are just passing-though the town on your first-ever visit and even if you may not venture here again they do really make you feel as if you are a welcome guest in their own homes - a freind that they haven't seen for a while. That, to me, shows that they have a pride in their work and in their place of work - a very rare thing nowadays! There is also the pub dog - Bobby - a real big softy with a penchant for robbing and then chewing beer mats to death!

All-in-all a really nice town pub that provides all that I look-for in a pub - warm, freindly atmosphere, good beer, good food and polite, efficient and freindly staff. I'll definately be back, that's for sure!!

TheSheriff - 28 Jan 2010 10:55
Local town pub consisting of a saloon bar at the front and a more lively "playroom" behind. Front saloon bar is a bti shabby, but homely with its comfy chairs, scruffy dog and 4 handpumps (only two working though), though the illusion is spoilt by the TV screens. The back bar was full of loud teenagers, and the presence of karaoke, loud music and a pool table spoil the coziness.

The 2 ales on (Spitfire and Courage Directors) were not well kept. The Spitfire in particular was almost off - when I pointed this out to the barman he told me it was a new barrel and no-one else had complained. He didn't drink bitter himself, so couldn't comment.

I wouldn't rush back, but it's fine to drop in if you're passing at non-busy times.
ETA - 7 Jan 2010 10:02

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