The Three Legged Cross, part of the Vintage Inns collection, recently reopened its doors following a major refurbishment, bringing a beautiful new look to this Wimborne local. 

The pub, located on Ringwood Road, oozes rural charm and rustic character with the picturesque surroundings providing the perfect backdrop for savouring its new menu, which it hopes will excite guests and encourage them to while away many hours in their cosy surroundings.

Visitors to The Three Legged Cross can enjoy the pub throughout the year, whether they’re relaxing in front of their roaring fires in winter or making the most of the long summer nights in their new outdoor dining area. They can also sample the amazing selection of gins, ales and wines on offer behind the bar and try out some of the freshly prepared British dishes from the new menu, and The Three Legged Cross hopes that the new look is a welcome change in Dorset.

Sarah Parsons, landlord of The Three Legged Cross, said: “We wanted the new look to provide guests with a cosy pub where they can enjoy dinner, have a few drinks after their busy day or simply to relax with their four-legged friends and read the Sunday paper.

“The Three Legged Cross is in a fantastic location in the Dorset countryside, and we have an amazing support network around us, so we hope that all of our guests, both regulars and first-timers love the transformation.”

The Three Legged Cross celebrated the reopening with a brand-new menu certain to tickle the taste buds of guests, with new dishes including slow-cooked pork belly with dauphinoise potatoes, green beans, courgettes, honey-roasted carrots and an elderflower & blackberry jus, and a host of mouth-watering puddings including a warming sticky toffee pudding.

For more information on The Three Legged Cross or to book a table please visit: https://www.vintageinn.co.uk/restaurants/south-west/thethreeleggedcrossverwood

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