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Rose and Crown, Brockenhurst - pub details

Rose and Crown
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Address: Lyndhurst Rd, Brockenhurst, Hampshire, SO42 7RH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 493) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Brockenhurst (0.3 miles), Sway (3.2 miles), Beaulieu Road (4.1 miles)

Pub facilities/features:
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other pubs nearby:

Snakecatcher, Brockenhurst (0.2 miles), Foresters Arms, Brockenhurst (0.2 miles), Filly, Brockenhurst (1.5 miles), Turfcutters Arms, East Boldre (1.7 miles)

user reviews of Rose and Crown, Brockenhurst

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Massive refurbishment and renamed the huntsman, so far upmarket and food orientated. About 10 staff serving food and one, occasionally two serving beer. Usual Marston's range plus a guest from Itchen Valley.
ellisref - 16 Jul 2017 19:08
Impressed with this. In town for a soccer match - unusually the second invasion of Brockenhurst by 200 visiting football fans this season. Most piled into the Forester's and the Snakecatcher, so I unsociably walked up to the Rose & Crown. I stuck to the standard Ringwood Best, which was excellent. They had other beers on. I noticed the first two pumps were for a couple of Flack's products - "Double Drop" and "Catcher" - and "Forty-Niner" was also available.
I returned after the game for a bite to eat and couldn't fault the Cumberland sausages with mash & gravy, garnished with a rasher of bacon. A mite pricier than 'Spoons charge for a similar meal, but the bangers and rasher were top quality here. I wouldn't grumble at £9 - this is the New Forest, not Erith, Easterhouse or Merthyr.
The place was filling up quite well towards 8pm.
Huge beer garden - a good 50 yards by 25 or so, divided into sections and with covered seating on a patio section close to the sit-down / eat-in bar door.

MarlingSnallard - 20 Oct 2015 15:08
Visited yesterday for the first time. Large open plan pub with very large pleasant garden. Ringwood bitter was OK but nothing special. Our food was just about OK but very bland and certainly not worth a special visit. Main fault with the pub was the terrible music, and I do mean terrible, playing everywhere, even in the 'smokers' lounge' covered area in the garden.
Moderate_Nige - 9 Aug 2013 13:49
Returned to this hotel to see what had been changed. Well, the bar/restaurant/reception areas have been sympathetically refurbished and reorganised somewhat, and the service is very prompt, friendly and efficient. Beer was good as was the soup at lunchtime. There is a good sized but sheltered garden with chairs, parasols, etc.
Feed - 17 Oct 2012 21:40
Visited this pub last night and sampled a very acceptable pint of Ringwood Best Bitter. Friendly staff and nice decor. Food looked and smelt very good and the place was full of families (Holidaymakers) and locals alike. Will definitely go back when in the area again. This pub is recommended as a must visit if you are in the area.
Bitter_Man - 25 Aug 2012 10:41

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