The Thimble Re-opens After Refurbishment

The Thimble Re-opens After Refurbishment


The Thimble Inn at Piddlehinton is proving a massive success having reopened after an interior refurbishment.

The result is warm, welcoming and traditional, with some pleasingly quirky twists. Features include a darts area influenced by an old coaching carriage with a padded leather wall, black paint and carriage-style lamps, plus cosy nooks for dining, an attractive bar area and a display of old village photos.Landlords Lisa and Mark Ramsden are thrilled with the revamp. ‘It’s been a great success and very busy with lots of good food, drink and laughter,’ said Lisa. ‘Come and see for yourself and try our delicious new menu.’

The Thimble is the latest in a string of high-profile refurbishments we have made to our pubs in the last 18 months. The biggest of these was at The Anchor Inn at Seatown, which re-opened in spring 2014.

Plamers Hop Page Break Left
Plamers Hop Page Break Right

Read these recent articles


COVID-19 announcement

A message from John Palmer, Chairman and Managing Director

READ THIS ARTICLE
New proposal for Former Three Cups Hotel unveiled

Following the grant of planning consent for the redevelopment of the Former Three Cups Hotel in Broad Street Lyme Regis, Palmers Brewery’s engineers and development consultants have been working on the practical realities of constructing the scheme as approved.

READ THIS ARTICLE
Celebrating 225 years of continual beer brewing

In 2019 Palmers celebrated 225 years of continual operation on the banks of the River Brit in the West Dorset market town of Bridport.

READ THIS ARTICLE

Our Brews


Copper Ale IPA Dorset Gold Palmers 200 Tally Ho! The Dorset Pale

 

The brewer’s notebook

sign up for our notes and news


Taste the quality

with Palmers



Confirm Subscription