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The Tally Ho Inn, Broughton - pub details

Tally Ho Inn

Address: High Street, Broughton, Stockbridge, Hampshire, SO20 8AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33412) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Dean (5.3 miles)

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A great genuine village local, run by a talented and hard working couple. Great bar food, and an excellent restaurant. Well worth a visit.
Richthofen - 24 Nov 2016 19:51
After being closed for some months, this pub has been refurbished in the modern style and has been open for a few weeks now. There is a separate restaurant area as well as a bar area and a lounge area. Well kept Ringwood ales on the handles, the food I saw looked fine. Despite it's modern makeover, it seemed to be popular with the locals so that's definitely an improvement.
Feed - 18 May 2012 20:25
WARNING - This pub is under threat of being sold for housing. The owner is asking £600,000 (yeah, I nearly wet myself laughing as well. He hasn't even applied for change of use!!).

This is a really good local pub with great people using it. Far better than the rediculous 'Italian Pizza Hut' style pub next door, the obnoxiously named
'Grey - Hound' (originally called Greyhound). The Tally just needs a good operator serving traditional pub/restaurant food and it would be a success.

8/10 in my opinion!!
wolvesfan - 3 Feb 2010 17:19
A white painted double fronted pub opposite the church in a pleasantly rural village. Two bars, one laid up with puzzlingly reserved tables at one thirty on a Sunday lunchtime. They remained unclaimed during our visit.
The peculiarly lime painted bar opens to both rooms, serving 3 beers on hand pump: HMS Ajax , from the Cottage Brewery, Sharp’s Doom Bar, and Ruby from the Yeovil Brewery. I’d heard unfavourable comments about Cottage’s beers, so rather unfairly ignored the intriguingly named Ajax . I remember that I enjoyed Cottage’s Somerset and Dorset last year, so I shouldn’t really be influenced by what I read on the Net.The Doom Bar ran out as I waited to be served, so I had a couple of pints of Ruby. I’ve heard a lot of hype about Doom Bar, but must be the only person in the UK never to have drunk it: I’ll keep waiting.Ruby was described as a red ale, and in deed there was a reddish tint to it. Malty: initially I wasn’t impressed, but perseverance paid off, and the fruit was balanced to some extent by a moderate bitterness.
We sat outside at the front-there’s a garden at the back, and after some cofusion with the order, enjoyed plates of London Grill, though the Mixed grill that our daughter had (part of the confusion) looked better.
A community pub: the ladies behind the bar were cheerful: I’m not sure if dogs were welcome as we left ours in the car to bark at all comers, and the regulars seemed a jolly bunch. 6/10

wittenden - 20 Sep 2009 22:52
Now under new management (large sign outside), pub has been sympathetically redecorated and when we visited it had a roaring coal fire in the public bar which was a very comfortable (if very hot) bar. Can't remember the beer I had, but it was very good with service to match. Our lunchtime food was good and although not too many pubgoers were present (weather was very foggy) the pub had a nice atmosphere.
Feed - 23 Dec 2008 22:02

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