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The Falkland Arms, Dorking - pub details

Falkland Arms
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Address: 60 Falkland Road, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 3AD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31393) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras


Nearest train stations Dorking West (0.8 miles), Dorking Deepdene (1.1 miles), Dorking (1.3 miles)

Brewery: Young's

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A Young's pub at the far end of the town, not far from the A24. The lounge is split into 2, one carpeted and one bare wooden flooring but both are comfortable. A fair selection of Young's beers plus St Austell Tribute. It was very quiet when I was there so it is difficult to comment on the atmosphere.
boozers_knows - 16 Feb 2012 14:15
I do not think much of Youngs as a company anyway, and I know some of their policies are off the wall. Someone hired the Falklands for an 18th birthday party saturday night. Sence would tell you there will be under age at this party, nothing wrong with this. There was NO I.D. checks when they went to the bar(money more important than the law ?), shots were taken around on a tray for anyone to take. Or prehaps the law has changed in the last couple of days and you can serve under 18's. Lets hope thing tighten up. No rating as not used this pub and with policy's like this not likley to.
servingwench - 9 Jan 2012 09:11
Nothing wrong with this pub, very friendly landlady and staff. the girl behind the bar would be the prettiest star at the Cannes Film Festival.
papavar - 14 Oct 2011 08:28
there's a front and back room with one bar...didn't go in the back, but the front was a bit too clean and clinical for my liking...almost like someone's lounge...

the Youngs bitter was ok, but on the warm side...a locals pub it seemed...unlikely to go back...a better boozer IMHO is the Prince of wales across the road, even if it is a Pubmaster chain one..
d.franks - 28 May 2011 17:09
Having moved here recently from West London, we found ourselves somewhat disappointed by The Falkland. So along with some other neighbours we recently formed a small local committee and have been in dialogue with Youngs to bring some new energy to the business, perhaps to take it up market and to gain greater appeal for 'the urban professional' sector of Dorking. For instance, we have suggested a wine tasting and a French cheese night. Do get in touch if you want to be involved. We like to call this place The Malvinas!
Captain_Swing - 4 Jun 2010 11:47

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