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The Tower, Redhill - pub details

Previously called: The Dog and Duck

Tower
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Address: 33 High Street, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1RD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1966) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Redhill (0.1 miles), Earlswood - Surrey (0.9 miles), Reigate (1.6 miles)

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Junction, Redhill (0.0 miles), Abbot, Redhill (0.1 miles), Sun, Redhill (0.1 miles), Toby Carvery, Redhill (0.2 miles), Home Cottage, Redhill (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs


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Renamed as 'The Eagles Nest'...
croydonpeer - 26 Apr 2016 09:46
Yes, this pub has improved dramatically under new management - although its nearest rivals (Abbot and Junction) are dire

Best venue for Sky sport in town; also the best music venue.

As well as being handy for buses and trains.

Service is with a smile and the beers are well kept.
wealdman - 18 Apr 2016 16:24
Good/friendly governor, a Crystal Palace fan - hence the pub's claret and blue colours. Music and TV sport feature, and there is a pleasant relaxed atmosphere.

Beer quality is excellent and food seems to be planned soon. It is clear that this relatively new governor is making the effort, as the pub is now one of Redhill's best.
croydonpeer - 18 Apr 2016 15:33
After not having set foot in the premises since the early days of its incarnation as The Dog & Duck, I got persuaded to try the dubious delights of The Tower last Friday by some friends - I hadn't seen much of them lately so felt the sacrifice was due! However, as much as it surprises me to say it, I actually found the experience to be perfectly adequate. I mean, it was never going to win any prizes for quality beer, fine wine, cheffy food or subtle ambience - it was essentially branded fizz, alocpops, crisps and loud chart music. But it serves its purpose well and as it is now far-more strictly-policed given its limited licence conditions, on the whole folk were quaffing convivially and the atmos was quite friendly. My chums couldn't resist the lure of dancefloor for all its corniness, and even I couldn't complain about a pint of Strongbow when it is being sold at a mere £1.75! Also, perfectly pleasant service from the barmaid.

There is a mix of punters here, and I daresay there's still plenty of propensity for problems, however many doormen are employed. And it isn't for every occasion. But in fairness, one should speak as one finds, and all-told, The Tower is on reasonable form for what it offers of an evening. Weird, but true.
Gamboozler - 20 Oct 2015 13:32
Oen today - Sunday.

And doing food during the week.
tradervic - 10 May 2015 22:30

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