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The Edinburgh House Of Sounds, Weymouth - pub details

Edinburgh House Of Sounds
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Address: 3-4, St. Thomas Street, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 8EW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2528) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Weymouth (0.4 miles), Upwey (3 miles)

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'Just crawled the town after an absence of many years'. This pub was always a bit rough around the edges but ok for all that - why an english pub ruins itself with a scottish theme is beyond me - you can go to scotland if you want that. If you like ale this place is a waste of time - not much else to recommend it sadly.
odbod - 23 Nov 2011 15:44
I have to say, I understand that there are forgeries of Scottish bank notes however a UK! " holiday destination " should be prepared dor Scottish people visiting directly from Scotland.


I am from Edinburgh and thi "hole" is an insult to the Athens of the North. Firstly ordered two glasses of red wine and was told only had enough red wine in the pub for one. Then ordered s Guinness. Went to Pay with a Scottish note and they refusedbut wouldn't say why.
Asked for landlord who happened to be propping up bar of Finn's (good bar). Who said bank said don't take em. Ourhotel took em.

Also the wine was had certainly turned to vinegar.

Fact. Anyone playing The Scottish card take our money !
Blueivory - 31 May 2011 16:56
Very disappointed with this pub now. It used to be a great place. We took 5 friends in there and all the real ales were off (the lady behind the bar said that they had Courage Best real ale - but that turned out to be on keg!!).
foodman - 18 Apr 2010 10:40
Went in there Saturday night for the first time and was impressed by the vocal talent of the singer who seemed to know every rock 'n roll song ever written in the 60's. Pleasant few pints of Courage at a reasonable price and everybody joined in the songs...average age of the guys in there had to be about 50+ and all well behaved. Will definitely go there again but I can understand this would not be a youngsters pub.
Earlhamcourt - 15 Sep 2008 00:45
great pub just re-opend after modernisation.
dennis and sue are there to welcome you, still has a free vinyl juke box, and live music every friday, saturday, and sunday nights with a very friendly crowd.
tadley_musher - 23 Aug 2007 00:47

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