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Hampshire Hog, Clanfield - pub details

Address: London Road, Clanfield, Hampshire, PO8 0QD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 37042) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Petersfield (4.5 miles), Rowlands Castle (4.6 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 1.8/10 (rated by 5 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Rising Sun, Clanfield (1.1 miles), Red Lion, Chalton (1.4 miles)

user reviews of Hampshire Hog, Clanfield

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What an awful pub. Was unfortunate enough to have to visit this.
sad excuse for a pub when I was invited for a golden wedding anniversary. Food at �23.50/head was a complete joke (�7.50 at nearby local Rising Sun for better
spread - I've seen it.) Knowing that 50 guests were coming,
one bar staff to share with rest of moronic locals who kept queue jumping due to their z
Ignorance. Since this changed name all it appears they are interested in
doing is making a quick buck.
AVOID - you have been warned!
BluePablo - 14 Jun 2011 16:43
Appalling. Bad food, bad service, bad attitude, just awful. Avoid
swiftelf - 6 Jun 2011 16:39
Now renamed by Fullers as the "Hamshire Hog"; probably so that it doesn't get confused with any of the "Lodge" range of pub-hotels now that they've built a small hotel on the side.
It's a bit hidden away but now looks very nice both inside and out and the hotel rooms, whilst not that large, are finished to a high standard - there are local rumours that the new building was not allowed to properly dry out and that there has been major damp/mould problem in many of the rooms.
The bar/eating areas are clean and typical "recently refurbished olde worlde pub, but beer is well kept and the leather sofa in front of the log fire are wonderful if you can grab them.
On our last visit to eat there was a major staff problem and different dishes of food were taking very different times to produce - quality was iffy (all this when two besuited men were to be seen standing in the kitchen, talking, but otherwise doing absolutely nothing to resolve the problem). We will not be rushing back for food until we are reassured that the kitchen is working efficiently - several other groups at tables adjacent to ours were similarly very disappointed!
I believe that Fullers senior management now hold their local meetings here, so maybe this is a sign that things are improving.
alocalbeerdrinker - 20 Dec 2009 14:06

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