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Goat and Tricycle, Bournemouth - pub details

Goat and Tricycle
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Address: 27 West Hill Road, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH2 5PF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2263) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bournemouth (1.2 miles), Branksome (1.6 miles), Parkstone (2.9 miles)

Brewery: Wadworth

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 86 users)
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Made a return visit to the Goat & Tricycle yesterday at opening time and in between visiting the Poole Hill Brewery, just around the corner and the nearby All Hail Ale micropub. Neither of those are listed on the site. So I've requested them to be added. The Goat & Tricycle was pretty much as I remember it from my first visit just over 3 years ago. Wadworth ales on were 6X, Horizon, Bishop's Tipple, IPA & Swordfish. There were 2 guests apiece from Brains - Rev James Gold & Original & Lacon's - Falcon & Encore. The cider was Weston's Raspberry Roller, which I'd not had before. A bit out of a way from the centre. But with other decent places opening around here, I'm sure I'll be back. No children are allowed.
blue_scrumpy - 26 Aug 2018 12:34
Great pub with a great selection of mainly Wadworth ales. Horizon was excellent. Pool table too. Quiet early doors on a Monday (unsurprisingly) but well worth a visit. Take home offer on Wadworth ales - 4 bottles for £8 or 12 for £22. Would certainly return.
thehonesttruth - 24 Oct 2016 17:23
Has a lovely tiled exterior and a fairly spacious interior in different rooms. The ale selection was mainly from Wadworths, with a few guests. But none of them were dark ales - stouts, porters or milds. The selection was Wadworth Swordfish, 6X, Horizon, Henry's IPA & Bishop's Tipple, The Beer Studo Citra Chinook, Batemans XXXB, Lacons Falcon Ale, Hydes Nelson & Portobello VPA. Cider was Rosie's Pig. The barmaid seemed rushed off her feet. But she was serving everybody in order, which is always a plus for me. Nice pub. But a dark ale would be appreciated.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Jun 2015 19:58
an excellent pub unfortunatly tucked up and away in a rather depressed street

the building itself is very big inisde, plenty of different rooms and areas to tuck your self away in means it can hold a lot of people. lots of wood and traditional features.

the beer is fantastic, a great array of beers on tap.

food also excellent and pretty reasonable prcies.

all in all one well worth the walk to get here.
CHELSEA_on_tour - 15 Sep 2014 11:06
Two pubs in one! The left hand one being an old Whitbread (Strongs or Brickwoods I would guess) with lovely tiling on the frontage. Inside it is pleasant enough and the barmaid was cheery and friendly. However I think they simply have too many beers on and - has already been said - not enough local brews! We had Hydes Bitter which was OK but I had the feeling that this pub is in the Good Beer Guide simply because there's nothing else in town! Hopefully I can be proved wrong.
mcroyal - 12 Apr 2014 12:35

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