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The Coach and Horses, Barnes - pub details

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Address: 27 Barnes High St, London, SW13 9LW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 235) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Barnes Bridge (0.1 miles), Barnes (0.6 miles), Mortlake (0.9 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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> Current user rating: 6.0/10 (rated by 79 users)
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2nd pub on Saturday afternoon that I visited near Barnes Bridge.

This is a nice and friendly Young's pub, with a real old fashioned feel about it. Amazing stained glass windows and wood paneling.

3 ales on hand pump, Twickenham Naked Ladies, Young's Bitter & Special....also Addlestone's cider.

There is a large outside area to the rear with a courtyard and a separate restaurant called the jug and bottle.

Friendly enough pub.
lezford - 3 Feb 2014 16:10
I agree with comments about the music. It's Crap, too loud and generally annoying. Beer ok, food just so unreliable it really isn't worth the risk.
IKBrunel - 18 Sep 2013 12:48
Its pretty rough and ready and yet it makes a pretty good job of it. Big garden at the back and whilst the bar is pretty small and the loos even smaller it certainly does a pretty good job.
NLBS - 2 Apr 2013 14:28
Went for a pre-dinner drink last night, and sat outside as inside was gloomy and depressing.

Unfortunately, outside was worse - no one had cleared or cleaned the tables, the bunting was lying around broken, the place was totally uncared for, the staff were uninterested and the piped music was the last thing that we wanted.

You would imagine in a catchment area like this that a pub would be able to thrive only by being at the top of its game, but obviously note. What a sad tale of mediocrity, and how the English seem to accept it.
F100PYL - 17 Jun 2012 18:05
A gem. But if you must have music in a tiny pub, why not have somewhere in the tiny pub where it's quiet, then you would be able to see if people liked it or found it f***I** annoying. Or just put a speaker behind the bar and nowhere else so the children can tell how loud it is.
IKBrunel - 15 Apr 2012 11:59

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