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The Quay Inn
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Reviewed June 10, 2012

Took friends there for a birthday treat, food was excellent, staff very helpful and friendly, excellent live band in the evening and what an amazing atmosphere. One of the best pubs I've been to in ages.

Stayed: May 2012, traveled with friends
1  Thank James T
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Reviewed April 29, 2012

Not sure where the term 'luxury accommodation comes from - Certainly not here! Shower a disgrace with mould and dirt. Big bed but tired decoration & flooring. Landlord away at time of stay and stand in blonde female manager very rude and unwelcoming throughout our 1 night stay. Perhaps landlord should consider this as younger staff members excellent. Cracked & chipped crockery used at breakfast and had to ask for butter to go with toast! Appears the focus for expenditure is on the barn conversion under the bedrooms as a tearoom - Perhaps some should be diverted to re-furb of pub & bedrooms. Think carefully before booking as all is not what it appears in pub's self-descriptive website. Recent comment in visitor's book supports our view but sadly not forwarded yet to Trip Advisor

Room Tip: Good views but little else - Don't bother!
  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank P M
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Reviewed April 23, 2012

Have eaten here 3 times now and enjoyed each one.we took friends to enjoy the black rock cooking experience with ostrich and sword fish very tasty. Our Christmas meal was equally tasty, the crab salad is worth trying. Service can be a little slow mainly due to freshly cooked food. Staff are friendly and helpful. Local band nights are also good

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 23, 2012

This is a nice little pub by the quay in Wareham. It also has a few room in an adjoining building. The rooms are well decorated with an adequate bathroom which have a toilet, wash basin and shower. It has to be said that the rooms are small but really you are not going to spend much time in them!
The pub itself is welcoming with plenty of choice including real ales and ciders. And of course its hot rock specials. I thought that they may be just a gimmick but it was quite fun and if your steak (locally sourced and beautifully tender) is overcooked then you can only blame yourself.
Finally the best meal of the day - breakfast - really well cooked and a portion size that kept us going all day!
All in all a great place for a long weekend away, with sites such as Corfe Castle, Lulworth Bay and Studland bay all a short drive away. And Wareham is a lovely little town with great independent stores from the outfitters Joy's (where you get the key for the church St Martins on the Walls with its Lawrence of Arabia link and a fascinating history of Wareham!) to the Salt Pig - just try their venison! Not only that but a couple of great walks around the Saxon walls or the two rivers.

  • Stayed: March 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank mtbhll
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Reviewed March 17, 2012

Four of us had to wait almost an hour for the starter. Had crab salad which was a spoonful of crab and a few leaves. The house wine, both red and white tasted like fruit cordial. Another long wait for the main which was good but not worth the wait. The service was abrupt and surly and no explanation for the delay. Looking at the other reviews must have been a bad off day!

  • Stayed: February 2012, traveled with friends
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1  Thank tna2310
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