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Submitted on Friday, 21st June 2019
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The Ferryboat Inn in Hayling Island

A superbly-located pub at the western extremity of the island which has been much extended and 'improved' over the years, It is now a comfortable food-led pub. Several distinct areas are spread around the central bar, all with a light nautical feel but avoiding the usual trap of hanging maritime junk everywhere. Outside there is an extensive waterside terrace. A reasonable if slightly mainstream range of draught ales included Tribute, Ghost Ship, Pedigree, Razorback and London Pride. Very pleasant at quiet times but best avoided at summer peaks. A word of warning on car parking: the car park next to the pub is minimum £3, refundable on food but not just drink (and ANPR controlled too). The adjacent council ferry beach car park is cheaper especially for short stays. There is no road parking.
Reviewed by Graham Coombs

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18th Jul 2019, 14:49
Request to mark pub as open submitted by Rex Rattus, with included notes: Now reopened as the King of Prussia. The old Chicken Society link can go as well.
18th Jul 2019, 14:10
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18th Jul 2019, 14:10
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18th Jul 2019, 13:41
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