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The Dew Drop Inn, Hurley - pub details

Dew Drop Inn
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Address: Batts Green. Honey Lane, Hurley, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 6RB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25443) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Shiplake (3.2 miles), Wargrave (3.4 miles), Henley-on-thames (4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.3/10 (rated by 20 users)
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Revisited on a Saturday. Sat by the fire in the nice little back bar and shared a packet of crisps with my dog while enjoying a first class pint of real ale. A first-class experience.
twm_sion_cati - 2 Feb 2012 14:30
Visited on a Sunday at 3:30 pm. The pub was chockablock with people eating.
I'd walked there and so had a couple of other people judging from the footwear on the muddy boots stand. Everyone else appeared to have driven.
Menu looked good, just a few dishes but something for everyone, even this veggie.
Three Brakspear's real ales on. The Oh Be Joyful was three quid a pint, which is cheap in these decadent times. Several dogs in the pub. No canned music that I can remember, or any TV that I saw. I rather liked the place although I'm generally no fan of gastropubs.
twm_sion_cati - 12 Dec 2011 14:04
Good pub. Good beer. Good customers. All it needs a good landlord and all would be great. If you can find the place it is worth the trip.
wolvesfan - 2 Sep 2010 14:38
Delightful, tucked-away setting and a warm welcome this evening on my first visit for several months. Spectacular fish and chips but steak was less good quality. Efficiently and courteously served. Enjoyed an hilarious and surreal conversation with the quick-witted landlord and one of the regulars. Pythonesque conversation about whether I had come early or from Hurley or perhaps from Earley. And I learned that the pub is not in Hurley, nor in Burchetts Green as I had supposed, but in Batts Green - which cannot be found on any map and is certainly not marked on any road sign. It is, so the regular informed me, the only property in Batts Green but had originally been three separate woodmen's cottages. "Do you get any mail addressed to Batts Green?" I asked. "Only from him," replied the landlord, pointing at the regular.

With no possibility of any passing trade, the Dewdrop with its regular clientele might at first glance seem daunting to the first-time visitor. But that would be a misconception. Newcomers are very warmly welcomed by staff and by the regulars. Just don't bother keying Batts Green into your Sat-Nav.
xkr - 10 Jun 2010 01:37
A great find, wish it was nearer to my home. Amazing spot with a lovely beer garden. Food was excellent and service was friendly and welcoming too. I'll be back>
luvapienale - 2 May 2010 14:55

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