Very good friendly service in a lovely old building and I hope local people will support it so the new owners can make a go of it and save it. Local people would be heartbroken to see it pulled down. The prices are very reasonable with local Ringwood Ale on draught. The food is, I would say, on a par with Wetherspoon (just opened in Lymington), maybe a little better as slightly more gourmet I would say. The prices are really reasonable. My sister and I went in for a light lunch and it was under £15 for the two of us. The bar scene question below I can't really answer. They do have a small bar but still looks like "a bar in a large hotel". they tell me they will be refurbing with a horseshoe bar as soon as they can in that absolutely beautiful wooden panelled huge entrance. That will be absolutely fantastic in this wonderful old building. Let's save it - deterioration in the last 5/10 years has been immense due in part to its cliff-top location. It's worth going in for lunch just to see this fantastic historic building. A lovely garden by the way and path down to the cliff edge. (Not direct access from here to the beach). Public footpath right of way to the cliff edge without having to use the facilities is very popular with dog walkers. Will try and add a photograph soon.
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