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King Harry's Bar (Glenbrook Hotel), Shanklin - pub details

King Harry's Bar (Glenbrook Hotel)

Address: 8, Church Rd, Old Village, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, PO37 6NU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11747) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shanklin (0.7 miles), Lake (1.7 miles), Sandown (2.4 miles)

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I popped in to see what time children were allowed in 'til, as I seemed to recall when I went in a year ago there was a No Children In the Bar sign. I was right about the sign.

I got a pint and asked if there was a room where children were allowed (as the pub's entry in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide has the symbol for a family room). Fair play to the barman (who I expect was the boss) he said there wasn't and that the CAMRA guide had once said they had a campsite. So the misinformation was no fault of the pub.

I got a pint of Caledonian Edinburgh Castle which was superb. I settled down and, like I had the previous year, admired the pumpclip collection adorning the old beams of the barroom.

Top marks to the pub, naughty corner for CAMRA.
vicpark - 7 Nov 2016 01:43
IOW pub of the year,enjoyed island brewery wight gold.small bar area where you can here the regulars gossip,seems the local conservative club aint up to much!worth a visit!
hoppyal - 11 Sep 2016 15:12
Very good beer in a quirkily nice bar. The garden is very pleasant and a real suntrap too.

Wondered why there was a sign in the garden saying no children beyond this point - so I investigated and saw a chasm about 40 foot deep over a lowish fence. Learnt this was the top end of Shanklin Chine, so I wholly recommend a visit after tackling the steep climb up fom the beach.
Oakman100 - 17 Jun 2015 21:14
This is a really great bar for those who like a nice place to chat and drink with friends. We visited over ten years ago and it was good as we remembered it. The huge number of pump clips are a testament to the amount of real ales that are served. Highly recommended.
Gnomeclencher - 20 Oct 2014 18:23
in last monday afternoon,2 beers on,fullers esb and conwy balchder cymru.had the wesh beer and it was very good. a cotleigh beer was going on as i was leaving. worth a visit if in village.you can tell the guvnor knows and enjoys his beers.
hoppyal - 30 Sep 2012 14:36

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