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The Greyhound, Redhill [Closed] - pub details


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Address: 82 Brighton Road, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 6QP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2955) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Earlswood - Surrey (0.4 miles), Redhill (0.5 miles), Reigate (1.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.1/10 (rated by 8 users)
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Tuna - 12 May 2014 21:33
A good place to go if a band was playing, but lifeless when there was no entertainment. Horrible beer and very expensive, it used to be fairly well frequented. But,alas, people just drifted away over time due to a weird lack of atmosphere.
wilburpenguin - 10 Apr 2008 15:39
Closed and boarded up
nickdavies - 17 Dec 2007 15:23
A real turn around thanks to new landlord . . . live music starting again in bar and in newly refurbished function room. Clean pipes, good atmosphere, open fire, what more do you need?
debss21 - 6 Mar 2007 19:22
Granted, the Greyhound is not most "civilised" folks' idea of a decent pub; the Shepherd Neame ales are surprisingly well-kept, but you're lucky to find any on. It has loud music, and the punters are wont to get somewhat more inebriated than is expected, and sing along with either karaoke or the local live act very badly. BUT, sometimes a bit of grit and grime is required, and if you're fairly open-minded and are up for an intriguing and entertaining evening of genuine salt o' the earth character, then look no further! The landlord is incorrigable but when you get to know him strangely likeable too, and he and his wife have worked hard to make it a success (it's one of the busiest pubs around on Saturdays), partly through realising that there's no point turning a pub like that into a poncy eaterie and connoisseur's ale house. They pitch themselves wholeheartedly at a working class market and it's all the more honest for that. No pretence, just a good knees-up. And in my experience, there has never been any violence. Depending on what you want out of a boozer and what mood you're in, this one will be worth the occasional punt.
TWG - 9 Oct 2006 17:52

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