The Brickmakers, Windlesham - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7507) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating, Dogs allowed
other pubs nearby:
Surrey Cricketers, Windlesham (0.6 miles), Sun, Windlesham (0.7 miles), Half Moon, Windlesham (1.2 miles), Bee, Windlesham (1.4 miles), Sunningdale Lounge, Sunningdale (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|My first visit foe a number of years.|
Not a bad pub-well kept Doombar,but a bit cold for my liking.
Food only average (6/10) and no atmosphere in restaurant mid-week.
Staff not particularly friendly ,bar a bit cliquey as mentioned in a previuos post and completely empty by 10.00 pm
huntforbeer - 6 Jul 2012 08:25
|Attractive pub on the edge of woodland, we visited last Saturday afternoon but it was difficult to really judge the place as they were busy hosting a wedding party.|
There is an attractively decorated bar at the front, leading on the left to a dining area, and a large conservatory leading to a lovely garden. We sat in the garden in front of the pub which has nice pots of shrubs breaking up the gravel covered ground. What would have been a nice restful ambience was somewhat spoilt by traffic hacking past on the road in front of the pub.
The ale range was the usual slightly uninspiring line up: Courage Best, London Pride and Sharps Doombar; having said that, the Doombar was really tasty and the service was pleasant.
flashharry1965 - 12 Jun 2012 08:41
|Snobby place. Ridiculously overpriced thanks to the affluent, but shallow, locals. It's not a pub, it's a meeting place for the local clique.|
Avoid it like the plague.
BillJ - 6 Nov 2009 23:33
|friendly and helpful staff, went out of there way to check the racing results last week - thanks. Great beer.|
jimilove77 - 2 Aug 2008 09:14
|The is a classy pub with good food (although the restaurant is a bit pricey) good ales, mainly frequented by the well shod locals. Popular with the golfing set. Log fire, flagstone floors and dog friendly. Gets very busy early doors. |
Argonauticus - 16 Feb 2007 11:40
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