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The Talbot Hotel, Winton - pub details

Talbot Hotel

Address: 559 Wimborne Road, Winton, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH9 2AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2328) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bournemouth (1.7 miles), Branksome (2.5 miles), Pokesdown (2.7 miles)

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Silverback Ale House, Winton (0.2 miles), Glasshouse, Winton (0.2 miles), Parkstone and Heatherlands, Bournemouth (0.2 miles), Lark Rise, Winton (0.2 miles), Ensbury Park, Bournemouth (0.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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I've been a couple of times and the place has been generally quiet. May have bands on weekend nights and theme nights according to the board outside. Had bottled Newcastle B so can't comment on other beers.
alen - 23 Mar 2019 18:04
Sadly closed a couple of months ago
Xopher - 28 Aug 2013 01:05
I am from london but come down to bournemouth often with my husband and children , and decided to try out the talbot. I got the immediate feeling that children wasnt welcome , all though my children were being well behaved, i was told by landlady that i had to make my children sit down, they were only standing beside me. my husband ordered some drinks from young blond girl , who was very rude and unfriendly , never smiled or said thankyou , and was very unwelcoming to say the least. good point a lot of the other bar staff are good at there job and very friendly , just a shame the people that run it are not as good.
The whole time i was at the talbot i had a feeling that if your children make too much noise then you will be made to leave. not a great feeling when all you wanted to do was come out for a quiet drink and relax , which you clearly cannot do , the place seemed like it was full with people that were out for a fight .I know locals that have said the place is not what it used to be and wont go back ,, i for one will be joining them.
patricia1234 - 14 Aug 2012 15:16
Hagisard Can I just ask what the scottish woman looked like? Or her name? I am amazed that the staff in this pub would be like that - I think most of them would do their upmost to be polite and friendly to new customers!?
crazymoose - 19 Jan 2010 23:15
I visited the talbot recently with my wife as i was told the pub had changed ownership and things were much better. This seemed to be the case,so we decided to have another drink.The staff were very nice and quick to serve and we were starting to relax. Then it hapened. A change of staff,a scotish girl started her shift with a big chip on her shoulder. She was rude to customers along the bar,and then it was our turn. My wife asked for a packet of crisps,there was no please or thankyou,and when my wife said thankyou again the barmaid just shrugged her shoulders back. And also said to one of the other customers if they dont like it they can go and drink somewhere else knowing that we could hear this. so we left and won't be back. Just before we left the other customer who she was telling this to told us that she is very rude and other people have decided not to drink in there any more. Having owned several retail outlets and worked very hard to make customers feel at home,all this hard work can be undone by one person,and is a real shame as the rest of the staff were very good.
hagisard - 24 Aug 2009 11:41

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