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The Dog and Duck, Kingsfold - pub details

Dog and Duck
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Address: Dorking Road, Kingsfold, Horsham, West Sussex, RH12 3SA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12147) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Warnham (1.3 miles), Littlehaven (2.5 miles), Ockley (3 miles)

Brewery: Hall and Woodhouse

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 6.6/10 (rated by 11 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Owl, Kingsfold (0.0 miles), Royal Oak, Rusper (1.2 miles), Sussex Oak, Warnham (1.5 miles), Greets Inn, Warnham (1.6 miles)

 

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Had a pleasant drink with my dad here once.
tommo5 - 8 Aug 2011 22:07
Visited this pub for the first time last night, with 7 friends for a meal together. Very friendly staff, comfortable bar and restaurant, and a quiet, very well-trained dog who wouldn't enter the restaurant area.

The meals were excellent. Large portions, with a good range of vegetables on the plate. There was a good range of vegetarian options. I wish I had ordered Aubergine & Walnut Bake - my friend did and said it was excellent. Maybe next time..........
JennyCP - 1 Aug 2010 12:26
do you serve owl?
fullbelly - 6 Aug 2009 00:28
Fairly average and I must say a bit of a disappointment - maybe my expectations were too high?

This pub holds an annual beer festival, so I expected great things. There was the usual Hall & Woodhouse ales, I didn't see a guest ale - my wife enjoyed her wine and the food was OK (but I suspect it was not home-made as described).

Nothing wrong - just average.

Moses - 6 Jan 2009 12:31
Something of a mix of styles here. Low beamed ceilings (not all orig timber), wood & carpetted floor around small central new-wood bar. Down a few steps to open, but separate, dining room, nicely laid out with inglenook & faux(?) wood burning stove. Even larger inglenook bar side, walls decorated with prints, some brasses, old wine box lids (chateauneuf/bordeaux/chablis). Passed large grass garden on approach, picnic sets. Pub-grub style mains such as curry/lasagne/various pies 9-10. Receipts on wall indicate the pub to be an exceptional fund raiser (6k in 2 rcpts!) so is presumably a real community local to achieve that; I notice they have a shut-the-box comp each Fri with a rollover bonus prize. Not too remarkable for the casual visitor, and the warbling soundtrack (Lionel Ritchie stylee) was slightly too loud for 12:30, but the Fursty Ferret was good (2.90) and also served Badger Best and K&B Sussex.
I would strongly discourage anyone from the temptation to walk here along the dangerous A24 but, instead, check times of bus93 from Horsham or Warnham.
trainman - 11 Nov 2008 05:07

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