The Hare and Hounds, Cowfold - pub details
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- Bar billiards
- Food served, Real ale
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|A nice country pub with a central bar with a brick frontage and stone flagstones on the floor. The lounge is long and thin and the seating is rather basic. There was an excellent range of real ales including a good pint of Darkstar Chestnut Brown Ale. There is a separate carpeted dining area but since I wasn't eating, I can't comment on the food. It is in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and is worth seeking out.|
boozers_knows - 3 Dec 2012 15:16
|Cracking good local pub, with fantastic food (huge portions) and well looked after beers. Great choice of local ales (Dark Star was amongst them), very friendly service, great atmosphere. Excellent!|
MarkVP - 26 Sep 2012 08:50
|Wendy has done a great job since taking over this pub - great food and beers and occasional music - and though the interior may feel a little 'cold', everything else is warm and welcoming. Well worth a visit.|
Will_Fly - 25 Mar 2012 16:48
|What a lovely little pub.|
Nice food and beers from local Kissingate brewery.
Landlady very friendly.
Must go back there soon.
creepycrawley - 12 Mar 2011 20:53
|I didn't particularly find the decor pleasant in here. It has obviously been modernised a few times. The central bar has few tables. But the flagstone floors and a piano near the entrance do provide a hint of the traditional. The areas either side are slightly raised. One is for diners and the other is pretty bland apart from a few tables and a dartboard. Beers were Harveys Best, Darkstar Best and Kissingate Storyteller. I don't remember seeing anything from the latter brewery previously. The cider was Stowford Press. The landlady was very friendly and welcoming. I just found the ineterior a little too 'cold' for my liking.|
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2011 17:06
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