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Stephan Langton Inn, Abinger Common - pub details

Stephan Langton Inn
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Address: Friday Street, Abinger Common, Surrey, RH5 6JR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11832) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Gomshall (2.8 miles), Holmwood (3.3 miles), Dorking West (3.6 miles)

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It's seems a shame to moan about this place because it's in a beautiful location, there were loads of people enjoying the bench-tables and things appear to be going well for the place. Good looked reasonably priced and good quality. My problem is solely with the utterly boring choice of drinks. As an ale drinker I am always gutted to see that handsome country pubs are forced (by some a-hole pubco, no doubt, I'm not blaming the landlord at all) to see the ubiquitous Fuller's London Pride and Doom Bar, and some other uninspiring beer from Sussex. This is the Surrey Hills! Why not stock any of the numerous real ales from local breweries (Surrey Hills, Hogsback, Pilgrim, Dorking Brewery, Dark Star [ok that last one is JUST over the Sussex border but it's great beer]. I'm afraid I chose my pubs on their drinks more than I do on food. Gotta also say that the pub as lost its cosy atmos from when I was last here about 3-4 years ago. Shame.
Ali_Brent - 31 Aug 2014 18:01
Calling during a walk, I was sad to see that Old Rosie cider is not longer stocked.
The staff I asked didn't seem to know what it was or that they had ever stocked it.

They told me they had no real cider, but then I spotted that they did in fact have bottles of Hazy Hog tucked away behind the bar (its a cider made by Thatchers for Hogs Back brewery) so all was not lost, although bottled Hazy Hog is a long way short of the former attraction of draught Old Rosie.
jgurney1 - 19 Jan 2014 22:51
Was there on a beautiful sunny bank holiday Monday. Sitting outside, the trees are full of birdsong, and hardly anyone can get a mobile signal - bliss!

Ordered the Arch Bitter of Canterbury beer. Bog ordinary Greene King bitter. Slightly sour tasting, wondered if they sell enough bitter for the choice they offer. Perhaps fewer bitters better kept would be a better approach.

Looked at the bar food, but the prices kept my hands in my pockets.

Looked in the dining room, very nice rebuild done there. Unfortunately nearly empty at 12:30 on a Bank Holiday Monday. Maybe it picks up in the evening.
DOK - 28 May 2013 22:01
Went there a few weekends ago on a Saturday night. Pub is lovely inside cosy bar and nice Resturant area. Beer was ok ring wood best normal price; thumbs up wine quite pricey though. Food was unfortunately a bit hit and miss I had a very nice steak and chips and the misses had an over cooked prawn risotto dish!! All in all will return at some point but not in a hurry
RolfHarris - 6 May 2012 08:55
Visited the pub last week. Beautiful setting, brilliant construction work since I last visited and very friendly people running the pub. Downside; tried two different beers that were just about drinkable (perhaps I was just unlucky), food that even by the elevated levels of this part of Surrey was expensive.

Having said that I wish the pub and those who run it well. Nice pub and nice people, my suggestion - get a bit closer to reality in this very rural setting.
Surreyyokel - 2 Apr 2012 11:23

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