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The Stapleton Arms, Gillingham - pub details

Address: Church Hill, Buckhorn Weston, Gillingham, Dorset, SP8 5HS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 32984) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Templecombe (3.5 miles), Gillingham - Dorset (3.6 miles)

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Village pub with a bar area and a more formal dining area. There are plenty of tables. But we felt that it had a real pretentious feel to it. Although it was more upmarket than other pubs we had visited during the day. The 3 ales were Sharp's Doom Bar & Atlantic & Plain Ales Innocence. I went for the latter, with no real cider available. The place soon filled up with diners. But we took a look at the menu and decided that it was not for us. There were a number of dogs too - far too many for our liking. Boules can now be played at the front. Not overly enamoured with this pub though.
blue_scrumpy - 24 Sep 2018 20:16
Excellent village community local with 3 local ales on. Good food. Lovely village. Definitely worth turning off the A30 or A303 for between Gillingham and Templecombe.
Steamer1 - 26 Jul 2016 17:59
Staff were friendly and helpful and made us some sandwiches on a Sunday when normally only roasts were served. A good range of beer on the handles, ours was in very good condition. With its high ceilings and sofas in the bar area, and a separate restaurant area this seems to have been recently refurbished in the gastro style yet still worth a visit for the reasons previously mentioned.
Feed - 17 Oct 2012 20:36
Food was tremendous and the beer top notch - Northern Star from Moor Beer was the best pint I'd had this summer (had to try several & it goes splendidly with the pies). Room was great too & the staff and ambiance make for a very relaxing stay. I'll be stopping here again when I'm down that way
deportivo_azul - 2 Jul 2011 22:32
Some excellent food here and some very high-quality beers as well. More than a little off any beaten track, so to survive this place would have to be high-quality. Not that expensive, either, all things considered.
HenPen - 4 Jul 2009 15:31

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