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The Bell Inn, Outwood - pub details

Bell Inn

Address: Outwood Lane, Outwood, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 5PN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 20501) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Nutfield (2.6 miles), Godstone (2.7 miles), Salfords (3 miles)

Brewery: Fullers

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Castle, Outwood (0.9 miles), Dog and Duck, Outwood (1.1 miles), Jolly Farmer, Horley (1.2 miles), Plough and Furrow Inn, Smallfield (2.0 miles)

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fantastic pub .
nice garden . good drinks food okay .
pub100pub - 9 Feb 2014 11:24
Last time I visited this place I wrote a raving review. Not this time however. I was flying out of Gatwick and staying close by I thought I would revisit. A big mistake. Got to the pub and was informed that they had a curry night. Not so bad as I quite like that food. But was told that it was after last orders for food and they would have to ask their manageress if this was okay. It was but it took nearly twenty minutes to find them. She didn't seem at all interested that we were there, we were more of a hindrance. The curry was on a buffet style set up and looked less than appetising. The chef was stood at the bar and was noted to go outside to smoke. Disgusting. The price was okay for what you could eat but I felt we were rushed and I can really say that I won't be coming back to what it a very nice pub. The staff seemed to be in a mood and there was a lot of swearing from the people at the bar. A very unpleasant experience to the start of my holiday.
LondonSTN - 27 Oct 2012 01:43
Went to this pub last night for a family meal - FANTASTIC - what more can I say, great food, great staff, superb beer. Definitely worth a return visit or two...
delves - 10 Oct 2012 20:02
Once upon a time this was a great Free House and still has the potential to be but, almost invariably, with managed houses they drift down with standardised food and ales. I visited having eschewed my usual pub when in the area for a little change. Can't comment on the beer as I waited, patiently, until I realised that the single barmaid, who was, whilst largely ignoring her customers, chatting to a grubby "chef" as she pulled beer and was unlikely to notice me gasping for one: I left. The wait had drawn one thing to my attention and that was that the pub smelt dirty. At 6.30 on a Friday evening one would expect there to be more staff and the one on duty to exhibit something other than tepid torpor.
Insearchofthebestpint - 18 Jun 2012 10:08
Used to go here once a month for meeting as it is vaguely in the middle of where all my team live

A nice quite pub with plenty of parking at the back and generally cheery staff. You may be a bit put off if you dont like dogs as there is a massive brown one called Fudge that barks at you as you walk in but is as daft as a brush in reality.

The lasagne is AMAZING and is the one thing i will truly miss as we have now changed venues (not due to anything this place did wrong - just location nearer motorway)

Only thing that i didnt like is the little country lane you drive down to get here - nearly run off road a few times by idiot lorry drivers tearing down it so if you dont have sat nav to help you predict the road make sure you take it slow!
Mel2012 - 25 Jan 2012 14:13

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