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The Mole, Monk Sherborne - pub details

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Address: Ramsdell Road, Monk Sherborne, Tadley, Hampshire, RG26 5HS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27181) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Basingstoke (3.6 miles), Bramley - Hants (3.8 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

White Hart, Charter Alley (0.9 miles), Queens College Arms, Tadley (1.0 miles), Swan, Sherborne St John (1.5 miles)

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The Mole Inn in Monk Sherborne has just reopened. This charming village pub is located in the picturesque village of Monk Sherborne, just a few miles north west of Basingstoke. The pub has been lovingly restored by Landlord Keith Giles and provides a warm, contemporary, yet traditional atmosphere in its beautiful, cosy bar and restaurant and pretty outside gardens.
We serve a mix of fine food, wines and real ales. Freshly baked cakes and teas and coffees are also available during the day. Our menus are varied and include light snacks, a full a la carte menu and set price menus, which change often.
Our friendly team of skilled staff look forward to welcoming you and are happy to take group bookings and run special events upon request. It is advised that tables are reserved in advance to avoid disappointment. Tel: 01256 889911 or visit
piggygoestomarket - 12 Oct 2016 15:11
Recently bought by the owner of some other pubs in the local area, expect it to reopen soon.
Will95 - 6 Jul 2015 20:58
I really hope this pub re-opens as it has alot of character and with the right ownership and some investment could be a really nice village pub
wrinkley - 25 Nov 2010 17:56
Pub now appears to be closed.
micksimm - 6 Oct 2010 12:17
First; ale_hunter, I don't believe my comments are damaging, a good pub is so much more than being about good ale. Comfort does matter and it would be a foolish landlord that didn't think that. Now, as promised I have returned, now that the new owner has had time to settle in. What I found this time was 2 real ales, both from W. Berks, both in excellant condition. Very good service from the very efficient barman. Food ok, the barman tells me the chef is not working at the moment due to falling off his bike but is making a speedy recovery and will soon be back in the saddle, so to speak ,so I think more adventurous fare will be on offer soon. 5 degreees outside and still cold inside. I asked the barman why the fires wern't lit and he told me that the landlord was chopping up some wood as they only had big logs and needed small ones to get them going. There was evidence that the fires had been lit so I guess I am just unlucky to go in at the wrong time. Sorry to go on about the heating but it is important to my wife who won't go in there again untill it's warmer. Overall I think this pub is very good and I will certainly be calling in more often. What it really needs now is customers. So come on all you locals you can help make a difference here
arferjob - 21 Feb 2010 03:02

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