About The Greyhound Inn
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About the restaurant
The Greyhound Inn in Wareham is a family friendly traditional old English Country pub that specialises in fresh local food, real ales and traditional ciders. Nestled between Swanage & Lulworth Cove on the Jurassic Coastal path, this British restaurant and venue is perfect for dining, celebrating and taking in the delightful surrounds. The restaurant boasts a carefully designed indoor dining space with solid oak and purbeck stone floors and modern leather and teak chairs, as well as an extensive beer garden that can seat up to 300 guests, The Greyhound Inn is ideal for groups, parties, families, walking groups and your furry friends. An ideal location for anyone out and about in Jurassic country, this Corfe Castle British restaurant will impress even the most discerning of diners.
The Greyhound Inn at Corfe Castle is steeped in history with a distinctly modern twist. Housed within a 15th century Purbeck Stone building in The Square, not too far out of Wareham, the menu here is a modern take on British classics with everything beautifully presented and as aesthetically pleasing as it gets. There’s a good reason why The Greyhound Inn is the most photographed pub in Britain. Everything on the menu is locally-sourced where possible and boasts a whole host of British dishes including plenty of gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options. Sounds too good to be true, don’t you think?
The Greyhound Inn Corfe Castle changes the menus according to the season, but you can expect to find British dishes along the lines of hand-picked Dorset crab served with a zesty lime mayonnaise; moules mariniere made from rope-grown Poole Bay mussels; beef and chorizo burger with all the trimmings and delicious fish and chips. With so much more on offer for lunch, dessert, special functions and for the little ones, a meal at The Greyhound Inn is most definitely a good decision. Nestled in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck between Swanage and Lulworth Cove, you can access this delightful spot by car from Wareham or the Weymouth Road or via one of the many cycle or walking paths on your way to Corfe Castle. Just be sure to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.