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This used to be a fantastic traditional Old Pub but, has been spoiled by the current landlady who has no real licensee experience, social skills, etc. Don't expect to hear any of your jukebox selection as the landlady would have loaded her own personal selections...More
Has changed landlords a couple of times recently, currently being run into the ground. Unfriendly landlady, poor hygiene and young children running around behind the bar. What was a great old style pub being run into the ground by someone only looking for cheap accommodation....More
We went in around 10:00 one Friday night and there were a few locals in who weren't exactly friendly and the lights went out about 10:50 which signalled no more beer. It would have been nice if the girl behind the bar would have called...More
The smell when you enter is the first negative about this pub. If you wasn't depressed before you go here you will be by the time you leave (which will probably be after 1 drink!!) The place looks filthy - however, it was noted that...More
A very traditional pub with a great history. Not many left these days in towns. 27 a day in the U.K. closing down. This one oozes tradition and loyalty. Use it or loose it. Given a choice most will continue to use it ! A...More
An old friend took me on a tour of local hostelries in Yeovil on Friday and we started at The Butchers Arms. In my view we should have stayed here all evening (we did return later...thankfully) as it was a lovely town pub with a...More