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The Inn on The Hill, Haslemere - pub details

Address: Lower Street, Haslemere, Surrey, GU27 2PD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29013) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Haslemere (0.2 miles), Liphook (4.1 miles), Witley (4.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 17 users)
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Now The Station House. Very handy for station, as the name implies, though crossing the road here is very difficult as there are no pedestrian crossings. Small selection of ales (just 2), as the place seems more geared up to dining; and we were assured a third ale would be available after 2 hours but it wasn't. Bit difficult to find a seat for just drinking at, again because of the emphasis on dining.
Trev - 7 Dec 2018 19:38
Now Called The Station Pub. Didnt go INN though.
Randy_Santel - 3 Apr 2017 16:25
Dreary and disappointing.
My first (and only) visit involved a very cold but serviceable pint of Doombar (£3.60), being ushered out of the empty restaurant area, sitting at a table with champagne bottles 'decorated' under the glass-top (please, how poncey can you get) and three chirping blokes stood behind me waffling on (loudly) about their chickens being eaten by foxes and cars. Cars, cars, cars.
But my main issue is the fact that this is the first building you see when you walk out of Haslemere Rail. It will also probably be the last building you'll see or enter as well - it's all about first/last impressions. My lasting impression is of a soulless and strange drinking area outweighed by an oversized and empty restaurant. London Pride and Doombar are served amongst Carling and the usual. You could make this a really good Ale pub without compromising on food - will it ever happen? Doubt it, not in wine-drinking Haslemere.
pkrp - 11 Jan 2013 19:48
Saturday night was my first visit since the early '90s when it was known as the Haslemere Hotel, was a fairly basic pub but used to put on pretty good bands on a Saturday night.

Fast forward to 2010 and the 'Inn on the Hill' is 7/8ths a poncy resturant with a tiny bar serving Pride and a very undewhelming (and expensive) fff Alton's Pride. The tiny drinking area is bizzarly furnished with armchairs covered in cow skins coupled with a zebra skin carpet! Naturally us drinkers were screened off to avoid contaminating the diners. Noses were quite plainly looked down as we only wanted a drink whilst waiting for our train.

As a pub this place is now a washout.
flashharry1965 - 11 Oct 2010 11:24
As this site is Beer (rather than steak, garlic baguettes or any other food) in the Evening, I'll limit my comments to say that there are two handpumps (Black Sheep and London Pride) plus the usual array of lager dispensers. My pint (Pride) was fine, and served full to the brim in the correct glass which is rare in this type of modernised gastro-pub. Nothing special, but the barman was friendly enough, and it is very handy for the station.
rpadam - 6 Apr 2009 20:16

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