The Sun Inn, Chobham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18547) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
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|TRAD PUB BEAMS HORSESHOES BRASS PANS ECT I WENT THERE FOR A CHANGE LAST WEEK THESE TYPE PUBS CAN BE "CLICKY" WITH ALKIE REGULARS PROPPING UP THE BAR AND SURREY JAG DRIVERS EXTRAS FROM "HOWARDS WAY " IT HAS BEEN PRETTY DEAD OF LATE ....THERE WAS A JAZZ BAND ON BUT FINISHED AS SOON AS I GOT IN ...I KNOW I WAS LATE 10.30PM! ONE BAR STAFF WAS LET GO AFTER I HAD FINISHED MY FIRST PINT AND HAD TO DEAL WITH THE MISERABLE LANDLORD/MANAGER WHO SEEMED TO BE RUSHING AROUND CLEARING UP EARLY.. SO SAW MY CHANCE AND GOT UP TO THE BAR 10.50 HE SHOOK HIS HEAD NOT TONITE! NO EXPLANATION .......I DONT REALLY CARE IF 50 PUBS ARE CLOSING A WEEK WITH THESE RELICS FROM THE PAST STILL FESTERING ............... STILL BEST NOT TO BE TOO DOWN ABOUT IT THE BUILDINGS CAN ALL BE RESURRECTED INTO TAKE-AWAYS! |
youngalistai - 23 Apr 2012 17:08
|Traditional looking pub. Courage Best (£3.10), Directors (£3.20) and Adnams Lighthouse (£3.20). Lighhouse was ok. Friendly enough, quiet early Sunday lunchtime.|
GuideDogSaint - 25 Sep 2011 12:21
|Town centre pub on a busy main road, a bit tatty but quite nice. Friendly staff, cheap food. Several real ales on including one that is brewed exclusively for this pub: "In bourne and bread" ale. Brewed with treacle apparently somewhere in Dorset (Sixpenny brewery??). Strong flavour & very nice indeed.|
alan_From_SAWW - 29 Jul 2010 18:33
|We visited this pub last Saturday evening.The beer was good,but we were surprised at the lack of customers-particularly as this is the only pub in the centre of the village-there was no-one in the restaurant.|
It is a nice traditional english pub.
huntforbeer - 24 May 2010 09:55
|It was a busy carnival day when we visited during a long walk. Cracking pints of Bourne and Blond (I think it was called) and a lively crowd inside and out. I normally baulk at drinking out of a plastic 'glass' but it was due to the busy period I guess - the beer still tasted good.|
I'm surprised it isn't in the Beer Guide quite frankly.
pkrp - 3 May 2010 18:33
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