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The Happy Cheese, Ashurst - pub details

Happy Cheese
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Address: 198 Lyndhurst Road, Ashurst, Southampton, Hampshire, SO40 7AR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28701) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Ashurst - New Forest (0.2 miles), Totton (2.7 miles), Beaulieu Road (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.7/10 (rated by 18 users)
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other pubs nearby:

New Forest Hotel, Ashurst (0.2 miles), Forest Inn, Ashurst (0.5 miles), New Inn, Hounsdown (1.5 miles), Old Farmhouse, Totton (1.9 miles)

user reviews of The Happy Cheese, Ashurst

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Hadn't been in the place for a while, but my daughter who lives in Soton said it was ok. So after walking the dogs and with time to kill before the train ...........

Really impressed, a tasteful refurbishment, menu looks good and so was my Hobgoblin Gold.

Dogs will be getting some more walks!
ellisref - 1 May 2015 20:29
Hello everyone. I have never been to this pub, BUT!!! I asked one of my mates about it and he said it was well bad!!! And his mate agreed but said he once had some cheesy chips which wre good but the cheese was a bit sweaty, but were cheap so he didn't want to complain. He said the car park had some dodgy motors and the geezers inside were a bit chavvy!
thisistrue - 8 Feb 2013 10:55
I came here after going for a walk to have chips and some drinks, the service was very good, and the staff very friendly, it had a good atmosphere about it and was reasonably priced, i would recommend my friends to go here!!
celennox1 - 21 Feb 2012 17:51
Saturday 28th Jan 2012- Visited The Happy Cheese for the first time whilst visiting family. We all decided to visit The Happy Cheese for a family meal and some catch up and I must say simply FANTASTIC!!!!! The menu was great the food was to die for and HOT! A very rustic country pub which I bet is filled to the max in the summer time. The staff were very welcoming and warm, the young lad on the bar looked after us extremely well and made us feel very welcome and made it hard to leave the place... My Family and myself will DEFINITELY be visiting The Happy Cheese again, especially to sample some of the up coming live music and will be spreading the good word. GO HAPPY CHEESE!!!!!!
localfamily21 - 28 Jan 2012 21:10
I've been eating and drinking in this pub for around 9 years. I live less than 5 minutes away and have finally had enough. Today I was made to feel so uncomfortable by the woman who works behind the bar. Not the first time she's been thoroughly rude to us and completely inappropriate with things she says especially in front of our children. It seemed as though we were being an incinvenience by wanting to order food and drinks! The poor lad working with her was so polite I felt really sorry for him. Our food was terrible and no apologies were made on complaining, the woman then entered into an argument with my friend who said she was actually quite scared! There is no heating and today is a very cold day, it was almost as cold as outside. There was one tiny fan heater blowing from the window sill which did nothing. This pub is heading downhill since Matt and Jo left last year. We miss the friendly welcoming we used to get!
JLB2012 - 14 Jan 2012 15:18

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