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The Well House Inn, Mugswell

The pub itself is gorgeous - plenty of outside seating in a wonderful countryside setting. Inside, there is a lot of room and a lovely conservatory. The atmosphere is old and interesting and the selection of beers a good one (including the local Shere Drop). The food, sadly, is not wonderful. It is reasonable pub stuff, but our ploughmans salad was literally drenched in water, so much so that, between 3 of us, we could fill a glass! That meant my partner's burger bun was sodden and her chips were cold. It could easily be better.

5 May 2008 17:52

The Feathers, Merstham

We went in there last night, a sunday,l and had a very nice experience. Things were slow, I agree, but still alright. The pub was not packed, but I'm not sure how one would expect that from a pub in a small town/village like Merstham - there's hardly a lot of walk-in traffic. There is a slightly bohemian feel to the pub, with lots of sofas and soft furnishings, and the drinks are ok - organic cider, Erdinger and Leffe and some reasonable bitters, ok wines and the food I've been told is pretty good. We sat in relative peace and quiet, the staff were polite and we had a good evening. Did not see the beer garden but I am told it is nice in the summer. Not bad at all.

22 Oct 2007 15:37

The Harrow Inn, Caterham

It's a reasonable pub. Nothing spectacular to commend it. The food is nothing special but not expensive; the beer garden is reasonably pleasant and roomy but the interior is a little poorly appointed and not very well kept. The staff look disinterested - not such much rude as just slightly dismissive. In good walking country so by the time you get there, you're not particularly discerning. Not the worst but could be better.

14 Oct 2007 22:44

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