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Whether you’re stopping by for a quick drink, or settling in for an evening, The Musketeer can’t be beaten for a great atmosphere, nicely priced cask ales, ciders and lagers.
On Sunday we serve the best value lunch in the south and during the week we serve bar snacks, chilli and toasted sandwiches.
Thursday nights are special as local musicians (some not so local) play for the fun and jam along with their fellow musicians and singers. This night is not to be missed.

News

We have introduced a Happy Hour on Wednesdays from 5-7pm. This has been very popular as has the chilli and a pint for £6.00 every Thursday.

During the 6 Nations Rugby all draught beers are £3.00 and after the final match on St Patrick’s Day there will be Irish musical entertainment to sing and dance along to.

By special request there will be another Karaoke night on Easter Saturday 31st March. The last karaoke was brilliant and everyone who was there left with a smile at the end of the evening.

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Karaoke Night

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Easter Saturday 31st March. Not to be missed!

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WeeklyEnt

Wednesdays
Happy hour from 5-7pm

Thursdays
‘Curry and a pint’ until 9pm

Fridays
Reduced cost food night

Tuesdays, Thursday and Saturdays
BT Sports – Live football (subject to fixtures and listings)

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Up to date as of 15 August 2017, subject to change from time-to-time

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Local favourites and Guest ales

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What TripAdvisor says about The Musketeer:

The Musketeer is a terrific pub. It’s one of the few ‘real’ pubs in the area. It’s priority is keeping and serving good beer, and it does that better than any other pub in the town. TripAdvisor

“Best ‘Local’ Pub in Lymington”

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Built in 1905 on the site of its burnt-down predecessor  (originally the Lion and Lamb), The Musketeer has a lounge bar, with open fires and pew-like window seating, a family room, and a noteworthy inn sign. Home-cooked meals, soups and sandwiches are available at lunch time and early evening. The adjacent building, with semi-circular windows, was built as a stable but never used as such.

OpeningTimes

Monday – Saturday 12 Noon – 11:30 p.m.
Sunday: 12 Noon – 11:00 p.m.

26 North Street
Pennington, Lymington,
Hampshire, SO41 8FZ

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