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Railway Inn, Liphook

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user reviews of the Railway Inn, Liphook

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New roof, new windows, converted! The developers are still trying to get planning permission for the change of use. Meanwhile it is still fenced of by the unsuightly hording
jbsjazzer - 11 Feb 2011 15:02
Now closed, with a builders' hoarding round it. Arumour in the village is that it is to be converted into flats. Another is that iti s to be made into a hotel!
Any thing could be true.
jbsjazzer - 22 Jan 2010 10:01
It has recently had a 'makeover' and has a sign outside saying "Under New Management". It still appears to be dingy inside nd doing a roaring trade.
jbsjazzer - 17 Jun 2009 10:02
Serves a great pint of soup and beer combo
soupboy - 17 Mar 2009 17:30
Recently reported in the local paper for selling to a person under age in a local council "sting".
jbsjazzer - 31 Oct 2008 15:02
A pub with plenty of scope for development, right beside the railway station.
No real ale available, and only bottled lagers or Newcastle Brown.
Landlord is a very friendly Irishman, and made me welcome, despite the poor range of beers.
jbsjazzer - 13 Aug 2008 09:57
Medium-sized pub with lots of rooms, next to Liphook train station, quite local, lots of big screens showing football and other sports. A plethora of Christmas decorations when we visited.

Ideal place to relax on the old sofas with a beer, tea or coffee while waiting for the train, and the staff were friendly.

It's not a picturesque option for a country pub lunch though.
vinrouge - 18 Dec 2006 17:16
Brilliant time...Irish music and dancing! Brilliant
Mary Thompson - 3 Feb 2003 18:52
Traditional Pub by the station with a beer garden. Has a pool table and juke box and fruit machine. Old Traditional Irish layout and the land lady is a real character. Old and modern drinks and always lively from Friday till Sunday evening.
Peter Crouch - 3 Feb 2003 18:50

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