Railway Hotel

Railway Hotel

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Oakfield Street, Blandford Forum, DT11 7EX
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When it first opened in 1864, the Railway Hotel was intended to offer rest and relaxation to passengers using Blandford Forum Station on the now-closed Somerset and Dorset line. After the line's closure in 1966, the building ceased offering accommodation and is now run as a 22-screen sports bar, well loved and well used by the local community.

This is a free house that's big on entertainment. As well as its 22 television screens, the Railway offers pool tables, dart boards, gaming tables and a skittle alley. Every Friday and Saturday night guests are invited to don their dancing shoes and enjoy live music over a pint of real ale such as Hobgoblin, London Pride, 6X or Tribute. Hungry? Perhaps sample something from the black rock grill. Cook your own steak on a hot rock, to your exact liking - my fillet steak with chips and salad was just £9.40, and the chicken marinated in honey and mustard should definitely be tried. Prices range from £2.30 to £9.40 and there is something for everyone.

Instead of enjoying happy hour, why not enjoy the Railway Hotel's happy day - every Friday beer is just £2 a pint. Hollie, Gary and their team offer warm and friendly service, adding to the Railway's unique atmosphere.
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Opening Hours:
Mon:10am-1am
Tues:10am-1am
Weds:10am-1am
Thurs:10am-1am
Fri:10am-2.30am
Sat:10am-2.30am
Sun:10am-1.30am

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