About The pub....

The Greyhound Corfe Castle, is nestled in the heart of the Isle of Purbeck. The pub is easily reached via the Swanage Steam Railway or the Sandbanks Car ferry.

Numerous cycle paths, mountain biking tracks or rambling routes lead you to Corfe Castle.The Greyhound is a family friendly traditional old English Country pub specialising in fresh local food, real ales and traditional ciders. Take a look at our festival page to see what we mean - we source local and make it focal An ideal location for anyone out and about in Jurassic country - cyclists , dog owners, families , ramblers, day trippers . We cater for large parties/ group bookings and  offer take aways.The large garden is suitable for mountain bikes, muddy rambler boots, pets and garden area for children to have fun.Surrounded by four camp sites, Burnbake, Norden Farm, Woody Hyde and Woodlands (caravan club ), the pub garden provides campers with a chilled out relaxed atmosphere .



The Greyhound Inn - A fabulous award winning family food pub.

The Greyhound Inn, Corfe Castle, is a hugely popular food and real ale pub for both tourists and locals alike. . The ethos of the management is to serve great value fresh  food in a comfortable non pretentious atmosphere, this is clearly evident by the vast numbers moving through this 'not so big pub'. The Greyhound Inn features regularly in the The Telegraph, The Times and on many good pub food guides


A wide and variety of freshly sourced local Dorset produce is used in our kitchen, our menus boast local beef, pork, seafood, game and vegetables all sourced from Dorset.We have a Vegetarian, Coeliac, Gluten and Diabetic menu menu available. View our menus here


We are passionate about local food and have food festivals spread through the year.  read more


simply delicious Fish & Chips to  take away...    01929 480205


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The Telegraph Weekend - Jonathan Goodhall

"A charming 16 century coaching Inn, flagstones worn smooth by campers, ramblers and day trippers with a great selection of seafood, four or five guest beers and a modest menu selection which reflects a simpler age, Enid Blyton would have approved."

Dorset magazine - Sheryl Bamford

"A warm and welcoming place with well prepared, fresh good food which got the thumbs up from us all - although, the washer up may have been unsure whether to wash our plates or just put them away, so scraped clean they were !!" - read more










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