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The Coach and Horses, Marlow - pub details

Address: 3 West Street, Marlow, Buckinghamshire, SL7 2LS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29347) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Marlow (0.5 miles), Cookham (2.8 miles), Bourne End (3.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 4 users)
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user reviews of the Coach and Horses, Marlow

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I can only echo Muntjac's comments below.
This is a great pub if you like local chilled pubs.

I love the fact I can sit there drinking and have a Chinese delivered to the same table.

Good old pub feel to the place with regulars and the odd dog lurking about.
herniator - 2 Nov 2006 16:55
With regard to the below review, it isn't the sort of pub I would expect an American family to like, they should have chosen somewhere else to go instead. It is very much a locals pub (perhaps one of the most local pubs in Marlow) and yes it does serve Chinese food; which is also very good. I agree it may not have had alot of work done on it for a while but I think thr locals like it this way. It's ale, whether Fuller or Brakspears, is also very well kept.
Muntjac - 19 Oct 2006 11:34
This pub must have been a great little local in the past but on going in it for the very first time yesterday , we found that it is basically a chinese restaurant. Language difficulties made ordering three basic sandwiches quite an ordeal, the Guiness was, at best, just reasonable but the Fullers London Pride was good....but there again it always is.

On the wall one end is one of those traditional pictures of Gentlemen very fancily dressed smoking their clay pipes in front of a blazing fire and next to it is a brush drawing in black ink with a load of horses running towards you with a load of Chinese writing on it...what a terrible mix-up. There were no locals in there , just an American couple and their two children and the husband expressed his doubts as to whether the British pub is dying. If this sort of takeover continues then God (or whoever you believe in)help us.
Earlhamcourt - 16 Oct 2006 09:38
a very quaint up market pub. great atmosphere and fine food.
w. Hopkins - 4 Jun 2006 21:38

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