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The Riverhouse Inn, Upwey - pub details

Riverhouse Inn
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Address: 54 Church St, Upwey, Weymouth, Dorset, DT3 5QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 26024) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Upwey (0.7 miles), Weymouth (3.4 miles), Dorchester West (4.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 13 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Royal Standard, Upwey (0.3 miles), Old Ship Inn, Upwey (0.4 miles), New Inn, Upwey (0.7 miles)

 

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I've probably been a bit hard on this pub in the recent past....whilst it's certainly not a drinkers pub and they have rather ruined it's outward appearance with ugly signage. They do seem to do consistently good quality and interesting food.
man_versus_horse - 5 Aug 2011 20:26
Back in upwey again after a few years & decided to pop in for a bevvy. there is excellent parking here for a start & room enough for about 25 cars & a great garden which must seat about 80ish. this is just as well because i came this time with a group of walkers. upwey is just great for walks along the dorset ridgeway & other beautiful country walks. 2 casks on offer (eagle ipa & ushers 1824) both good. knowledgeable barman.a lot of us enjojed crusty baguettes oor soup which was fresh & good. they do seem to offer a wide range of good local food. i still recomend this place & the nearby ship which has a new & proffessional landlord. (we popped in as we commenced our walk!!!)

Decent pub in quintesential village location.
pubcrusader - 7 Jun 2011 00:22
The last post says it all, definately more of a restaurant than a proper boozer. I opted for a pint of "Riverhouse Inn Bitter" that I later found out was rebadged Courage Best!! For a much better pub try the old ship or the royal standard.....6/10just
fat_beer_badger - 13 Oct 2010 20:25
Doesn't seem to be a pub, in that it is all set out for food. Don't go here on a pub crawl! However, it is a very good restaurant and the prices are quite good at lunchtimes.
pxk99 - 7 Jan 2010 20:33
Really cosy little traditional victorian pub. small bar well kept beers & loads on the top shelf. If you lady like wine there was a reasonable selection & it was really reasonably priced although we did not drink any.good italian coffee, Tea also served, my missus enjoys tea!!! Two fires. Slate floor in bar & carpeted dinning area. A cosy dinning room. interesting brick a brack & historical local photos.The barmaid was local & very helpfull. There was two menus, A very traditional bar menu with Scampi, ham eggs, Homemade Steak pie etc.& a very interesting specials board with soups, pastas, vegetarian, fish poultry & dorset beef.it was not at all boring & had quite a contemporary feel. They also make home made sweets & ices. As we are smokers we retired to their garden which is lovelly with secluded private tables. I`m definitly comming here again.If you drive there is a new car park & you can go for a lovelly walk.I thin that they might do rooms to. We did try the ship in first but unfortuneatly it was one of those places where everyone stopped talking & stared at us when we entered.
pubcrusader - 29 Dec 2009 00:24

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