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The Duke of Cambridge, Tilford - pub details

Address: Tilford Rd, Tilford, Farnham, Surrey, GU10 2DD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18511) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Farnham (3.4 miles), Milford (5.2 miles), Aldershot (5.2 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 28 users)
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Barley Mow, Tilford (0.5 miles), Donkey, Tilford (1.5 miles), Mill at Elstead, Elstead (1.7 miles), Golden Fleece, Elstead (2.0 miles)

 

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Friendly pub - got to agree with pkrp - popped in for a couple of pints of Red Mist; friendly and more pub-like (in a good way) than it looks from the outside.
Beer_Hound - 9 Feb 2015 15:42
Above-average Surrey pub with homely bare-brick and beams interior, extended patio-room to the rear and a garden with additional fair-weather bar. Pleasant smiley staff and a range of ales that included Red Mist brand plus a hefty range of taps including Marston's Oyster Stout and lots of pils/high-end lagers/ciders etc.
Aiming for the high-end of the income spectrum, the Duke sports four well-kept beers and that's reason enough to visit. It's not too 'foody' or 'winey', as with many Surrey pubs, plus it has a beer festival annually (Cherryfest) so there's scope for a good reputation here.
The pub is a minutes amble from the Greensand Way and the best for miles around (unless you head to Churt). Sleek, modern and a tad pricey yes but rather more informal than you might imagine. We didn't try the food (but we will)....
pkrp - 4 May 2014 23:45
Rural pub located approximately 1 mile outside Tilford village.

Visited this pub one lunchtime whilst passing by. 4 real ales on tap including Ringwood Fortyniner and a couple from Hogs Back Brewery. Nice interior and well appointed patio seating which is great for the warmer months. Extensive food menu but just opted for a chicken sandwich with a side of chunky chips. The staff I found were friendly and the service good.

It's not cheap here by any means but judging how busy it was in the car park it would appear that there were plenty of people who are willing to pay that little bit more to eat and drink in pleasant surroundings. It does seem to be a popular pub and I gather it's recommended to reserve a table if you're looking to eat there in the evenings. Overall I enjoyed my visit and would recommend the Duke of Cambridge.

8/10
wezmiester - 28 Sep 2013 16:55
As part of a party of 6, I visited this pub on 21st October. We were not planning to eat, although the visit was partly to check out the food for a future occasion. For this reason, we avoided the peak Sunday lunchtime session, arriving after 2pm. All the tables were in use by diners or had "reserved" signs on them so we gathered in a tiny corner (the only available standing space) to enjoy our beer, which was in less than great condition and chosen from a range of 3 rather predictable real ales. When a nearby table was vacated, we moved to it and I checked with the waitress who was clearing it that it was, indeed, free. Once we had sat down with our (expensive) drinks, we were immediately asked to move, as the table was "booked" - I asked (politely) how this was possible, as the management could not have predicted that its previous occupants would leave at this precise time, and we would only be staying for about 20 more minutes. The question went unanswered and a manager (?) had now joined us. He asked us again to leave the table. I pointed out that "our" corner had now been taken over so there was nowhere else to sit or stand and he rudely told us that we should "go outside to finish our drinks". This was unappealing on a cold and wet October day so we left, feeling extremely aggrieved. I shall never set foot there again under present management, no matter how good the food may be. It is run by greedy, ignorant and rude people. We went then to the nearby Barley Mow where we were made very welcome indeed by a good humoured landlord and friendly locals, saving our day.
Stan_Attabar - 2 Nov 2012 10:57
Six of us visited on Saturday halfway through a walk.
Beer was very good & the food was excellent.

Well worth a visit, particularly if you are hungry

EdBeery - 6 Jun 2011 11:43

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