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The Kicking Donkey, Brokerswood - pub details

Kicking Donkey

Address: Brokerswood, Westbury, Wiltshire, BA13 4EG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 22658) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Westbury (1.9 miles), Dilton Marsh (1.9 miles), Trowbridge (4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 11 users)
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Very much closed and boarded up on Sunday 24th November. No notice or indication anywhere of who, what, why, and how etc., etc.
Fingers crossed that this once great destination pub will soon re-open under a new guise.
FuzzyDuck - 26 Nov 2013 11:36
Visited lunchtime,cold despite log fire, menu limited.
Fish & Chips poor, soggy batter, greasy under cooked chips. Ham, egg & potato wedges not good. Rather fatty ham, over cooked egg & wedges so hard could hardley eat them. Might be better in the evening but shan't be trying again.
sasha23 - 14 Feb 2013 10:36
After staying at the brokerswood campsite we stopped by the Kicking Donkey pub
we tried the 2 for 1 menu and have to say the portions we good but the food was excellent, the kids played in the garden and we sat outside enjoying the atmosphere the staff were pleasant and friendly . They have a wippet dog who was the centre of attention. Fully recommend this pub. see you on our next visit. Well done to the Landlady for keeping the pub clean tidy and great beers.
SAMSUNG - 4 Sep 2011 11:01
This pub has a real country feel with a couple of gardens either side of the lane. We sat on the pub side of the lane, where a large amount of flies made relaxing difficult. Over the road, the childrens' play area made for a less appealing option than the flies! The interior is quite large with a bar and an interconnecting dining area. Nobody was eating on our visit. Real ales on were Butcombe Best, Wadworth 6X and Sharps Doom Bar. There were 3 unused handpulls. The cider was Stowford Press. A framed photograph in the bar proudly shows a horse visiting the bar itself, which is a little strange. Despite the flies, the gardens are peaceful and afford excellent views over to the Westbury White Horse.
blue_scrumpy - 10 Apr 2011 10:11
DONT BOTHER!! Me and 2 friends went for lunch today with our babies - it was quiet but assume teh landlady was at the bar chatting to some regulars in which she said ' dunno what them lot are doing over there' meaning us with our babies - in the end we went over and asked for a menu in which the landlady and young girl at bar handed chat of specials and generally a really bad attitude - if it wasnt for the hassle of getting 3 babies back into car and finding somewhere else then we would have walked out there and then!!
We had lunch which was ok - not brilliant - and again miserable staff and service! In fact made us feel quite uncomfortable!!
Really dissapointed as was recommended and could have been an ideal meeting point for a group of mums...
janinec - 12 Jan 2011 21:12

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