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The Change of Horses, Farnborough - pub details

Address: 87, High St, Farnborough, Orpington, Kent, BR6 7BB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 23696) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Orpington (1.4 miles), Chelsfield (1.9 miles), Petts Wood (2.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Woodman, Farnborough (0.1 miles), Ye Olde Whyte Lion, Locksbottom (0.6 miles), British Queen, Locksbottom (0.8 miles), Black Horse, Locksbottom (0.8 miles), Buff, Orpington (0.8 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Change of Horses, Farnborough

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I use the pub regularly and always find the staff and management very friendly and attentive, the rugulars? are a good bunch,friendly banter at the bar and all putting the world to rights,the beer selection is good Harveys,Abbots, Doombar, Courage best oh and lagers and wine for the ladies. the food is good honest pub grub with local produce used, my wife and 2 kids enjoy the food there and it is reasonably priced,nice garden at back although no children allowed after 9pm unless eating which is a good thing as most pubgoers go to the pub to avoid children i know i do and the wife! overall an excellent traditional pub.
gubbsy - 25 Jul 2011 21:16
Nic pub in a nice village. Good beer and food. Bar staff, need training. Some of the rugulars need training. But all in all a not bad pub. Its a locals pub not a destination pub.
memeoryloss - 11 Dec 2010 21:14
Been here twice this week, it is a very popular pub with excellent food and good portions too. The separate restaurant/function room is bright and cheery and much improved since removal of the pillars.

The garden is a great place for children to play and a covered area for the smokers to hang out. Decor wise is not too bad, show me a pub that doesn't need some attention.

They have an adequate choice of beers in particular a well kept Abbot, which I do love when not driving.

I could definitely recommend the Change of Horses to my mum and friends for an evening or meal out.
stevejennings - 27 Aug 2010 15:17
Looks to be going downhill fast.

Used to be a nice place to while away an hour as the kids played in the garden. Food good and a seperate airy room that even my mother liked.

Now the pub is full of grim parents watching their feral charges run riot whilst they glug stella.

Oh and the standard of food has gone down.

Beer still ok but not as good as the Woodman over the road, if only the Woodman did better food.......................
orpingtoneagle - 6 Aug 2010 19:37
Decided about a year ago to stop complaining about short measures, it never seemed worth the agro. But after last Mondays visit here I'm back on the warpath, the hard faced manager stood and looked at me ignorantly as he delivered what was at most 500ml of Harvey's to me, I can't believe I chose to keep my gob shut its been eating away at me all week. His 68ml head cost me 37p at 3.10 a pint, will be going back there soon for a confrontation. Apart from that, the beers good the pubs very shabby.
beerandpaperman - 10 Jul 2010 00:50

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