Cosy micropub serving ale from the cask plus local gin, wine and cider
Traditional Pub serving 8 cask ales. Courtyard garden & Skittle Alley.
We are a traditional high street pub serving upto 8 real ales. We show Sky Sports & ESPN which includes Football, Rugby, F1, Tennis, Boxing & other sports. We have a skittle alley & courtyard garden.
We have been awarded 100% Cask Marque for our Ales.
Welcome to the Junction Hotel, enjoy some fine food and drink in our cosy pub!
Located in the heart of this traditional market town on Great Western Road, The Junction Hotel is a traditional six bedroom coaching inn. Dorchester is a historic market town best known for its links with Thomas Hardy and his novel 'The Mayor of Casterbridge' and you can enjoy the ambience and atmosphere of Dorchester itself with its famous market every Wednesday.
Small award winning town center community pub famous for serving real ales and landlady concocted meals
We are now open at 7am for breakfast and coffee with free wi-fi
Local brewery owned pub specialising in Craft Beer, Local Ale and Live Music
Tom Browns pub situated on High East Street, is owned and run by The Dorset Brewing Company. With 6 Dorset Brewing Company Ales available at all times including Durdle Door, Yachtsman, Tom Browns Bitter and Jurassic plus limited edition seasonal ales. On top of this we have 5 Craft Keg beers sourced from across UK on ‘the dark side of the bar’ plus a choice of lager and Local Cider. A large selection of premium and local spirits is available plus an extensive wine list
Tom Browns also boasts Dorchester's Biggest Beer Garden which runs straight down to the river, a sun trap during the summer months. The main bar has a lovely log fire, comfy sofas and wooden floor boards. Attached to this is the newly refurbished skittle alley which has a licensed bar, sound system and disco lights. This can be booked for any function or event, plus we can provide a good value buffet
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