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Scott Arms Hotel (Pub)

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West Street, Kingston, Corfe Castle, Wareham,
BH20 5LH
Tel:  01929 480270
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Please dont be put off by the previous posts,i can only imagen it was the wrong order , I eat there regularly and am always satisfted with the food and friendly service , if you talk to people with respect i find they tend to respect you.
There is an extensive menu and vegie choices as well like roasted red peppers, vegtable penne, welsh dragon tart .The bar also has regular guest ales and a good choice of wines largers and soft drinks, served by geoff!!!
you cant beat sitting in the garden on a summers day with friends and love ones ,drink in hand and a nice bit of food taking in the views.
bliss enjoy
p.s it gets very busy at times, especially when the sunshines.great minds think, alike so try in winter the area is still as beautiful if not more with out all the grocals?around.
Posted by owl7
27th January 2005ce

I have to say: with regards to the food, yes it was quite good (or used to be). However, I would strongly advise all vegetarians (like myself) not to touch it with a barge pole. I ordered a cheese and chutney sandwich, started eating the second slice and noticed small bit of chicken. Opened it up: there was more. Complained: no apology from manageress. She handled everything very poorly. So vegetarians (and even carnivores) everywhere...beware. They clearly don't clean their utensils. Believe me: if you don't want to throw up in a nearby field, leave this pub's food well alone. Posted by elfyg
17th May 2004ce

This pub has THE perfect view of Corfe Castle on its hill slap bang between the two long ridges of hills across the Isle of Purbeck. JC says some people interpret the scene as a woman lying with her legs apart, but that sounds very rude to me, and don't let it distract you from your beer in this beer garden.
There's quite a menu (though practically nothing vege surprisingly) and they do nice puddings. Real ales also.
Posted by Rhiannon
8th May 2002ce