The Willoughby Arms, Kingston Upon Thames - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 753) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night, Sky TV, Big screen
- Pool table (1), Dartboard, Fruit machines
- Food served, Real ale
- Outside seating
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|Like I said in April, if you don't suppport the festivals they will stop. No more festivals planned, St.George's day planned to have themed beers through pumps only.|
Still best pub in Kingston!
pwilkins - 12 Nov 2015 13:28
|With the rain lashing down in droves me and a pal walked from Kingston station to the Willoughby Arms on bank holiday Monday for a few beers, it was also a tick for me from the 2015 GBG.|
A decent sized corner plot pub that has 2 very distinctive areas for drinking. The front bar (as you enter from Willoughby Road) is a traditional bar with carpet, bench seats and small wooden tables. The bar is a u shape with the other side of the bar being more of a sport’s bar. The area has stripped floorboards, high tables and stools, a quantity of framed and signed football shirts, lots of movie memorabilia, a couple of dartboards and a pool table.
On the bar are 7 hand pumps that on my visit had 7 different ales on them. I had several pints of Weltons William Webb Ellis @ 3.5% with each pint being extremely drinkable.
The rest of our football group arrived and we ended staying for several hours before the match.
The landlord is a friendly chap (the large Alsatian not so friendly to some punters!), the ale is good, the atmosphere was friendly and toilets were clean. All in all the Willoughby is a very good back street boozer.
Well worth a visit in my opinion.
lezford - 9 Oct 2015 10:27
|Tucked away on a back street but not far from the train station. A good find. Nice garden and very friendly dog that likes to play. The barman was friendly too - specifically coming out to the garden to let us know when a beer came back on.|
Trev - 27 Jun 2015 12:33
|Another fantastic beer festival. Really deserves to be much better supported.|
pwilkins - 28 Apr 2015 12:19
|This pub has really gone downhill in the last 18 months. Customers leaving because of the indifference of the landlord.|
'beer flies' every where, bloody dogs everywhere.
Pub stinks of dogs especially since the arrival of their new german shepard, an unruly and large beast that knocks people over, fights in public with the flea ridden 'shadey'.
I visited recently with a friend and we were really unimpressed with the way the landlord did NOT deal with the dogs issue, a health isuue if you aske me. Not on my list for a revisit
badboozereviewer - 16 Dec 2014 13:47
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