During a base hydrolysis, any product that contains a carboxyl group (COO) will form a salt, so in this case, two salts containing COONa groups will definitely form.
Whether the phenol or sodium phenoxide (C6H5ONa) forms is dependent on the circumstances. The circumstances being related to the moles used or whether your a level specification requires you to know that phenol is acidic.
If you are required to know that phenol is acidic, you may need to consider the mole ratio if it is given. In this case, if the mole ratio is specified to be 1 mole of the starting molecule to 2 moles of NaOH, then phenol should form. If the ratio is 1 mole of the starting molecule to 3 moles of NaOH, sodium phenoxide will form. If no mole ratio is given, assume it is 1 mole of the starting molecule to 3 moles of NaOH.
If you aren’t required to know phenol is acidic, just assume that phenol is produced