The Hop Blossom, Farnham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 12251) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Function room for hire, Disabled access
other pubs nearby:
Coach and Horses, Farnham (0.1 miles), Nelson, Farnham (0.1 miles), Queens Head, Farnham (0.1 miles), Borelli's Cafe Bar and Restaurant, Farnham (0.1 miles), Marlborough Head, Farnham (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|2nd pub of the day, a short walk after football back towards town and I arrive at this back street Fuller's pub. Plenty of seating to the front with almost every seat being taken, inside it was equally as busy but a lot cooler. Hops hang above the bar, apparently these are replaced once a year and give off an amazing aroma once fresh...I didn't experience this!|
Another attractive pub internally, the walls are decorated with repro advertising signs (why not buy original?) and one wall has a lot of framed local newspaper clippings.
The area past the bar is an addition and has a glass roof resembling a conservatory. On the bar are 6 hand pumps offering 5 Fullers ales and a guest from Long Man Brewery in Sussex. I had a very decent pint of Fuller's Seafarers.
Wooden flooring and furniture , interesting locals, large open fireplace, decent ales & another decent pub tick.
lezford - 22 Aug 2016 13:32
|An acceptable pub with Fullers beers - but a bit scruffy inside, the only table we could find being in the pool room. Hard to fault this pub but when there are places like the Nelson and the Lamb in Farnham it has very stiff competition.|
Trev - 5 Dec 2014 19:10
|Beer here is expensive, but it is not subsidised as in most pubs by fruit machines, juke box or pool table. It's a lovely, quiet pub where you can enjoy a chat. The roaring log fire in winter is great (as long as you don't sit too close and get toasted on one side). Beers are London Pride, Chiswick and ESB, plus a Fuller's seasonal ale or an independent brewer's ale from their guest list. Beer is usually in pretty good form. Occasionally the staff could be a bit more active in toning down the language from one loud, female regular. The back room is a little cool and less welcoming but is useful for large groups of people.|
Stan_Attabar - 5 Feb 2014 14:41
|Good pub, 3 beers on I think... All were fine. Fire was nice, bar staff all polite and friendly. Defo worth another visit, I can imagine this place would be heaving in the Summer!|
Bernie5 - 1 Mar 2013 13:26
|‘The original and still the best’ is the only way to summaries this little piece of pub heaven. Traditional down to the bone, serving the best kept pint of London Pride I’ve ever supped. The locals can be a little ‘cliquey’ sometimes but the bar staff are always very friendly. This place is a shining example of how pubs are supposed to be; warm, inviting, friendly and beer that is kept in top condition. Food is a little pricy but I just come here for the ale.|
lemonheadlenny - 26 Feb 2012 20:43
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