The Kings Arms, Harefield - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4430) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
other pubs nearby:
Harefield, Harefield (0.2 miles), Spotted Dog, Harefield (0.4 miles), Coy Carp, Uxbridge (0.7 miles), Horse and Barge, South Harefield (1.2 miles), Rose and Crown, Rickmansworth (1.3 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Full of football hooligans and a landlord who has no control over them.|
Not my scene and, based on a visit 17/9, would never return.
What is with grown men and football? FFS I grew out of it @ 14. Sad, so terribly sad...
watching_them_4_you - 19 Sep 2014 22:46
| The KA is probably the best pub in the village, depending on your tastes!|
It certainly serves the best beer, & used to make The Good Beer Guide regularly until the local CAMRA branch transfered its affections to The Harefield.
This is understandable & OK, as The Harefield needed that kind of boost in its early days' struggle to attract customers.
However, their beer is not quite as well-kept as The KA, although entirely acceptable.
The vibe at both pubs is brilliant: friendly, efficient, happy staff & (mostly) ditto customers!
I speak from 15 years' attendance at these places, by the way! :-)
renzarov - 26 Oct 2012 15:07
|The Kings Arms was much busier on our Monday evening visit than the Harefield, down the road. But I actually preferred the Harefield. It's another locals pub that was serving 4 real ales - Greene King IPA, Fullers London Pride, Adnams Broadside & Gadds No. 5. Nice central location in Harefield.|
blue_scrumpy - 10 Aug 2012 21:18
|Visited evening 09/06/11. Very decent pint of Adnams Broadside followed by excellent Best Welsh from Great Orme Brewery. Good atmosphere, decent pints. Has definitely gone up in my opinion.|
Harefield2003 - 9 Jun 2011 20:29
|Apologies for the harsh review below, in fact not a review at all. In the cold light of day it looks like a criticism of the pub, not the beer, which was not what I intended. Must have been the headache when I reached home. Seriously though, I felt the Broadside was below par. The pub itself is very comfortable, as for the review of "Whoever I Wanna Be", you'll always feel like that in a pub you're not a regular in, and the barmaid who served me did smile, to her credit. I shall visit again to, hopefully, sample something a little better. And not write with a headache, next time........|
Harefield2003 - 15 Feb 2010 18:46
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