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The Old Manor Inn, Walton on Thames - pub details

Old Manor Inn

Address: 113 Manor Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, KT12 2NZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2087) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Walton-on-thames (1.3 miles), Shepperton (1.3 miles), Upper Halliford (1.7 miles)

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Swan, Walton on Thames (0.1 miles), Anglers, Walton on Thames (0.1 miles), George Inn, Walton on Thames (0.1 miles), Bear Hotel, Walton on Thames (0.1 miles), Morts Wine Bar, Walton on Thames (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Old Manor Inn, Walton on Thames

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The Young's Ordinary & Sharp's Doom Bar were supplemented by Courage Best on our visit. The beers may have been nothing special. But this is a great little backstreet boozer in Walton with some friendly customers and owners. One of my favourite pubs in a pretty poor selection we sampled in Surrey.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Feb 2018 21:23
new manager so paid a visit. Two cask ales, Youngs & Doombar, both absolutely top notch. No cooked food but fresh rolls, very reasonably priced. No kids, sports on tv, very friendly. Proper pub so come on CAMRA - give this place an award !
fairynuff - 4 Nov 2016 08:17
Best pub in Walton - as mentioned in another review, the beer is fantastically well kept and also over a pound a pint cheaper than The Swan (a ludicrous place) and The Anglers (marginally better). Nothing at all bad I can say about this place.
cabletastic123 - 4 Sep 2013 22:32
Homely little pub halfway between Walton High St and the Thames.

Old fashioned decor and 5 hand pumps. Of the 4 beers on there were 2 young's a Courage Best and Sharp's Doombar. The Doombar I had was perfect.

Decent little back street pub, televisions on showing both football and rugby, no children all in all nice and pleasant for a pint.

Old photo's of the local area on the walls.
lezford - 4 Feb 2013 13:57
Didn't see any food, but four ales - not the most exciting ones but well kept and more cheaply priced than at nearby establishments. This is quite a small place, and both crowded and noisy when there's music on, but at least it's a proper traditional pub.
Trev - 1 Oct 2011 21:08

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