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The Barley Mow Inn

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The Barley Mow Inn

Long Lane, Colehill, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 7AH

A charming 16th century Dorset country pub

Located on the outskirts of the charming and historic market town of Wimborne Minster, the Barley Mow Inn is a family-friendly pub that exudes character.

Its thatched roof, oak beams and three open fireplaces create a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere. It’s not a surprise then to learn that Evelyn Waugh chose to write his novel ‘Decline and Fall’ here, having met with his wife by the romantic firelight of one of the log fires.

The Barley Mow is not just known for the enchanting, countryside location or its classic country pub décor, it is also famous for its eclectic menu combining Asian speciality dishes and traditional English pub classics. With a little something for everyone, it’s the perfect pitstop for all.

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Dog Friendly

Outdoor Space

Parking

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Sunday Roasts

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COVID19 Update

 

We welcome the Government’s decision that Public Houses can reopen from Saturday 4th July. We have been working tirelessly to prepare for this. Our priority is to reopen our pubs in a safe and controlled way for our guests and our team.

 

Whilst we cannot wait to welcome you back, we will be reopening our pubs in a phased approach starting from Tuesday 7th July. This is to ensure the very highest levels of hospitality can be consistently delivered, as they were before the pandemic started.

 

Details of which pubs will be opening when, are HERE. We suggest you keep an eye on our individual pub websites for further details of exactly when they will be reopening and what you can expect.

 

We continue to brew our award-winning Badger beer at our Blandford Brewery, which you can buy online HERE.