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Username: Sahara

Age: 45

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The Golden Lion, Dover

Tipler1964 you really are a prat and I'm hardly surprised that Rab spoke to you in such a manner.
My previous response did not attack you, merely gave an alternative view, that you may have missed.
Yes, the Lion has gone and that unfortunately means that the support network and charity we provided has gone and that is not a good thing for Dover.
The brewery cannot sell the pub they were so desperate to get their hands on, by increasing the rent to over 1500 a week, because they failed in their basic responsibilty to maintain the building.
I generally try to see the best in all people and am more than willing to discuss/debate, however, I do not suffer fools gladly and you sir, are a goddamn FOOL!
Word off advice though, I wouldn't bother with the pubs in Dover these days as the Lion Pride move around now and can be found as a group in The Albert, The Park Inn, The Eagle, The Ellie, The Priory, The Eight Bells, The Nelson, The Harvey, Funky Monkey, The Red Lion, The Louis Armstrong, The Boars Head, The Dewdrop, The Carriers and The Sea Angling Club to name but a few. And you have clearly stated that we are all thick morons, so you wouldn't want to be in the same vicinity as us, now would you?
As I said previously, the Golden Lion was a shell of bricks and mortar, the regulars (nurses, civil servants, engineers etc) were what made it special.

23 Jan 2012 13:47

Spotted Cow, Poole

I actually like this pub a lot and for a Wetherspoons I love it. (try the 8 bells in Dover and you would understand).
We come to Poole twice a year for the bike nights and there is nowhere we would rather be.
The plastic galsses mean we can buy cheap and wander amongst the bikes. Cheaper by far than the other two pubs, also had great views of Brownsea Island.

28 Apr 2011 13:47

The Clay Pipe Inn, Holton Heath

We were at Sandford Caravan Park last May and to be honest, felt that we wre being ripped off at the on site prices. We had noticed the pub on our way into the campsite and decided we would give it a try.
OMG!!! The food was astounding. Small fish and chips arrived promptly, with two huge fish fillets and more chips than you could shake a stick at. And the price was great value for money.
We are back at Sandford in a few days time and will be having all meals at the pub. You would think someone at the camp site would realise that they are being out classed by their neighbours!!!

28 Apr 2011 13:37

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