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The Roebuck
19 Marchwood Village Centre
Marchwood

Southampton
Hampshire

SO40 4SF | View map
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The roebuck Inn has been established in Marchwood village centre for over 25 years and has served the community as a local pub, eatery and accommodation during this time. The roebuck is right on the edge of the New Forest national park which draws in millions of visitors from all over the country every year. There is a easy,cosy atmosphere in the pub and most locals are very friendly. There are also two large flat screen televisions that screen live sky sports, so the locals can watch live soccer games, play pool,beer garden and enjoy our hospitality. The pub is in the centre of the village where there are several local shops such as Indian and Chinese takeaway, bakery, grocery, pharmacist and a beauty salon. Marchwood has good local transport to Southampton city which is fifteen minutes away or the new forest. We also serve roast dinners in our bar Monday - Friday; from midday to 6p.m at £3.95. Other snacks are also available. pets welcome.

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