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The Barley Mow, West Horsley - pub details

Address: 181 The Street, West Horsley, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT24 6HR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29589) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Horsley (1 mile), Effingham Junction (2.2 miles), Clandon (2.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.8/10 (rated by 16 users)
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other pubs nearby:

King William IV, Horsley (0.5 miles), Duke Of Wellington, East Horsley (1.1 miles), Queens Head, East Clandon (1.7 miles), Hautboy Inn, Ockham (2.0 miles)

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Ok but nothing special except the prices- £4.10 for a pint of Sheer Drop is out of order.
bjbrummiejohn - 1 Feb 2016 12:57
My wife and I called in lunchtime on a Friday recently. Usual regulars there seated at and near the bar. They seem a friendly bunch but its a case of you don't get talked to 'til they know you. Ale always in good condition here. I had the Shere Drop which apparently is now 'silver medallist ale for 2013'. It's OK but I can think of other beers I'd rate better than Shere Drop. Also Greene King IPA on. We tried a couple of the Thai dishes which were excellent. Nice atmosphere of a real local, unmucked about with, pub.
redbarrel - 19 Dec 2013 17:31
Just popped in for a quick one before a brief walk. GK IPA, Youngs Ordinary, Pride and a rather good Surrey Hills Shere Drop. Bar staff very pleasant, happy sitting out in the sun.
GuideDogSaint - 27 May 2012 17:36
Not a 'snooty pub' IMO, but there are regulars who stick together because they know each other.

Pete (a barman there) used to run the Royal Oak in Bookham years ago. The best pub I've ever drunk (and been drunk) in. A true gentleman.

Recently started Thai food but I have yet to try it. Before, the food was 'good pub food' at very reasonable prices. I will report back.

An old-style 'mind your head on the beams' place. Flagstones one side, carpet to the left, and a dedicated restaurant area beyond that. 'Lacking in seating'? Maybe, but on the plus side, you can get out of your seat at a table without knocking into someone sitting at the table behind you.

The Shere Drop was well kept, as good as the King Billy up the road, and possibly a bit more reliable.

One of my favourite pubs at the moment, the others being the Plough at Effingham, The Abinger Hatch, Chequers at Walton-on-the-Hill, and the Volunteer at Sutton Abinger. Oh, and the Plough at Coldharbour (which has it's own brewery!)
Gzornenplat - 21 Nov 2011 22:52
Quite a nice place, looks big from the outside but seems oddly lacking in seating on the inside. Big garden but once again very few tables in it. Youngs, Pride, Green King & Tim Taylors on, I had a couple of pints of Landlord which were fine. Food good and surprisingly cheap as the place is bordering on a gastro-pub. Food service a bit slow but worth the wait.
alan_From_SAWW - 11 Aug 2011 15:55

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