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The Sir Roger Titchbourne, Alfold Bars - pub details

Sir Roger Titchbourne

Address: Alfold Bars, Loxwood, Billingshurst, West Sussex, RH14 0QS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25306) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 30 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Crown, Alfold (0.4 miles), Alfold Barn, Alfold (1.1 miles), Onslow Arms, Loxwood (1.3 miles), Three Compasses, Alfold (1.6 miles), Mucky Duck Inn, Tismans Common (2.0 miles)

 

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Village pub in delightful setting with views over meadows. Excellent beers, we chose Irving's Spinnaker.
Sadly though the management have got problems. Should have realised when we saw the large "Staff Wanted" board. We arrived at 8pm knowing they served food until 9pm. With only one person behind the crowded bar it took 20 mins to get our drinks. When we asked for a menu we were told there was an hour's delay on food. We took the menus out to the beer garden to make our choice and had just fought our way back to the bar to place our food order when the chef burst out of the kitchen saying, "Kitchen's closing - no more food tonight!" Very disappointing as we had travelled quite a way to visit the pub as it had such a good write-up in the "Good Beer Guide".
fellwalker - 8 Aug 2015 09:11
Roadside pub that lacks character. The bar staff are certainly friendly and knowledgeable. The beer range is also good - Youngs Bitter, Weltons Persian Princess & Hoptical Illusion, Dark Star American IPA & Tring Rocket Man were the selection last Sunday lunchtime. There is a fairly open plan bar and a separate restaurant area. It's a shame that so many pubs have to rely on food these days to make ends meet.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Oct 2013 15:41
Large country pub, definitely more a restaurant than a pub. However it is possible to have a drink and not eat. Not unattractive bar area in the original pub and a modern restaurant extension. Both beer and food were good.
simontheeditor - 3 Oct 2013 17:25
Having been on a walk that took me past two closed pubs, The Thurlow Arms at Baynards and The Crown at Alfold, I have to agree that country pubs have to do what they can to survive. The renovation of this place might not be to my taste, it is too open plan for my liking, but at least they have kept a decent area for drinkers and their range of beers is excellent (I had Baseline Dark Matter), and although I didnt eat there I am sure they pay close attention to the quality of their meals as it must be their major source of income these days. So I would not criticise them for modernising an old country pub and hope they continue to stay open for years to come.
happy_wanderer - 7 Apr 2013 20:45
To me this pub knows what its doing, its location doesn't give it a big catchment area of locals so it brings in punters from a wider area by providing excelent food and interesting beers. The beers are always well kept and change regularly, the variety is such that you need a nominated driver to do justice to them, Tillingbourne and Dark Star feature regularly - low 'beer' miles is always a bonus.
The food is always excellent and in the restuarant always attentively served, although slightly more than the equivalent in Pubco eateries the quality makes the extra well worth paying. Tables are booked at staggered times which ensures you are waited on promptly which is a nice touch
friarymeux - 31 Dec 2012 11:04

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