After a trip to Dorchester market we stopped off at Wareham and walked from the station to the Kings Arms in the High Street. The main bar was cosy and warm with a log fire burning. Upon my request for a bloody Mary the owner...More
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Popped in to warm up by the lovely open fire. Great range of beers - recommend Sharps Sea Fury and Butcombe ale. friendly staff and locals.
Myself and six friends ate here yesterday lunch time. We had the Christmas menu. The food was first class, all cooked to perfection. The staff were helpful and friendly and we all had a lovely time. Perhaps my only negative comment is that the portions...More
Lovely, cosy pub. Lots of nooks and crannies, roaring open fire, old flagstone floor, friendly people and huge servings at lunch time. Ham was more like gammon steaks and the Dorset Stilton ploughmans came with fresh baked bread, all very tasty and great value. CAMRA...More
The staff are very friendly and the quality of food is very good but unfortunately there just isn't enough of it and you have to go to the Co op in Wareham to pick up a pork pie and some chocolate on the way home....More
Arrived at 12.00 Sunday all tables were booked so we ate in the bar area with roaring log fire. Chose roast beef and everything including the veg were tasty. Friendly staff, this is our second time for sunday lunch and not disappointed.
Looked wonderful from the outside, one of the best on street hanging basket/plants/planter displays I’ve seen, really good…… Inside it’s a fairly typical ‘old’ pub, it’s traditional and nothing much looks like it’s been touched for years, not that there’s anything wrong with that at...More
We had not booked sunday lunch, and most places we tried were full. Which led us here and what a lucky find that was! Fantastically pretty outside (thatched roof, flowers everywhere), a lovely pub inside (roaring fire on a stormy day), great selection of beers,...More