Barley Mow Inn

GENERAL INFORMATION

Tennants Lee & Hannah Bardsley.
Address

Long Lane, Colehill, Wimborne, Dorset  BH21 7AH

Contact UsTel. 01202 882140  email. barleymowwimborne@live.co.uk
MapClick Here For Map.
TypePubs in Colehill, Wimborne.
Pub Explorer Reference14225.
Pub Opening TimesSummer: Daily 11am - late.
Winter: Daily 12noon - 3pm & 5pm - late.

HAVE A FUNCTION WITH US

Functions

We can cater for occasions such as weddings and anniversaries. We can provide a 3 course sit down meal for up to 50 people in a private area of our restaurant. Given the size of our beer garden there is sufficient room for a marquee should you wish to hire one. Please ring to discuss your requirements.

DINING AT OUR PUB

Homemade Traditional English Fayre, all freshly prepared & cooked to order, served from our own main menu, lighter options menu, children's menu & regular changing Specials menu. Al fresco dining in the garden is popular during the summer months. All our desserts are homemade & change regularly. Wherever possible we source our ingredients locally including using local farms from within the village.

Meal TimesMonday - Friday 12noon - 3pm & 6pm - 9.30pm.
Saturday & Sunday 12noon - 9.30pm.
Summer Cream Teas: Daily 3pm - 5pm.

GENERAL FACILITIES

OUTDOOR FACILITIESAl Fresco Dining Area for warmer months, Huge Beer Garden at teh rear of the pub with seating, Small Patio Area to the front, Car Parking, Disabled Car Parking.
GENERAL FACILITIES Wheelchair Access, Easy Access Toilet, Baby Changing Facility.
SMOKING SOLUTION

We have a smoking shelter with heating and lighting.

OTHERChildren Welcome, Dogs Welcome, Coach Parties Welcome by prior arrangement, Cash Back available, Debit and Credit Cards accepted except Amex.
Barley Mow Inn, Colehill

The Barley Mow is an attractive pub located in Colehill, near Wimborne. This large olde worlde pub dates back to 1680 and has original oak beams and supports along with two real fires. One of these is in the bar and the other in the L shaped restaurant. Today there is a contemporary feel about this venue where it is understood that Evelyn Waugh wrote his first novel in one of the former lodging rooms above the pub. Outside there is a seating area to the back of the pub in the large garden and a small patio at the front. Al fresco dining is very popular during the summer months. Come and join us for a meal or a quality drink next time you are in the area. You will be made very welcome.