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The Otter, Otterbourne - pub details

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Address: Boyatt Lane, Otterbourne, Winchester, Hampshire, SO21 2HW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7137) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Eastleigh (2.1 miles), Shawford (2.2 miles), Southampton Airport - Parkway (3.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.1/10 (rated by 17 users)
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White Horse, Otterbourne (0.5 miles), King Rufus, Chandlers Ford (0.7 miles), Old Forge, Otterbourne (0.8 miles), Halfway Inn, Chandlers Ford (1.2 miles), Dog and Crook, Bambridge (1.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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When you walk in the door this pub screams 'Whitbread', and yes, I was right it is a ex-Whitbread house. But the service was friendly and the beer was good. I will visit again.
wolvesfan - 17 Mar 2016 09:54
JUST MOVED TO THE AREA AND DECIDED TO TREK A FEW PUBS. VISITED THE OTTER FOR THE FIRST TIME AND DEFINATLY NOT THE LAST.BOTH ME AND THE WIFE HAD A LOVELY BOWL OF HOT STEW AND DUMPLING. FOLLOWED BY A BOTTLE OF COTE DE BEAUNE VILLAGES AT ONLY 15 WHAT A BARGIN!! TABLES AND BAR WAS SPOTLESS , AT LAST FOUND A PLACE WITH PRIDE.
BARMAN/LANDLORD WAS PLEASENT AND BOUGHT US A DRINK TO SAY HI.BELLY FULL AND A BIT TIPSY ( JOB DONE)

brian1971 - 22 Oct 2010 00:25
We have visited the Otter 3 time recently , not sure if it's the barmain or she is the landlady, but she is sour faced and rude, not a hello can I help...and not a goodbye and thank you...It's a shame as a nice pub foods quite good and the beer is good.
We will not be going there again .
Janeybird - 17 May 2010 09:03
Visited this pub recently and absolutely loved it! Friends over from the Australia wished to visit a "traditional english pub" so I found them one. Located next to a village green it is everything a village pub should be. Nice staff, nice atmosphere and traditional decor. It was a Sunday so I ordered the roast (which was difficult as their menu had so many nice choices not to mention a specials board!) and it was huge and delicious! Well worth 9! Friends ordered Ostrich which I was told was beautiful, finished off with homemade fruit crumble and custard, toffee crunch pie and lemon meringue pie all served with cream and icecream. These guys are not shy when it comes to portions it was like being at home with your Mum. Was encouraged into doing the locals "meat draw" (I didnt win anything!) while listening to a rather funny piano player, classic entertainment! Would definately return!
northernbird74 - 26 Apr 2010 18:10
Visited the Otter last Thursday (17/12/09), the first visit for ages. When I bought the first round, the barman threw the change at me, missing my outstretched hand, and rolling on the bar. Later, seated at the side, I could see in the kitchen. A waitress was just leaving with two plates for the restaurant, when the same barman grabbed a handful of chips from one of the plates. He then came round the bar, wiping tables with one hand, cramming chips into his mouth with the other. When it came to our last round, the pub had quietened, and there were only two barstaff and 1 customer at the bar, chatting. When I went up and asked to be served, all three looked at me as if I was exceedingly rude for interrupting their chat. There appeared not to be anyone responsible in charge.
It's a shame, as the beer (Ringwood Best, Otter bitter) was excellent, but until the sraff and management change, wild horses won't drag me back there.
richardsaunders201 - 21 Dec 2009 16:43

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