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The Plough, Byfleet - pub details

Address: 104 High Road, Byfleet, Surrey, KT14 7QT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5185) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Byfleet & New Haw (0.9 miles), West Byfleet (1.4 miles), Weybridge (1.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 18 users)
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Hmmm I liked this pub, for the odd gin or two, but it seems there is a Landlord problem here. No management skills, if you don't like what someone is doing, take them to one side quietly, don't have a huge row in the pub for all to see. It would also seem that this is not an isolated event (reading reviews on other sites)...... sad that this lovely little pub is being let down.
Bombay_and_tonic - 28 Aug 2014 13:57
Friendly pub, but expensive! Dissapointed with the ale range, 5 nationals and 2 independents, all well kept.
pwilkins - 18 Mar 2013 09:01
Time for a top-up review on the pub and beer: The beers regularly change, with around 6 handpumps on at any time. There is a wide selection, all well kept in my experience over the last 5+ years, ranging from golden ales through London Pride types, to the occasional milds and porters, and from many micro-brewers as well as the big companies. I recently had a lovely couple of pints of Fullers HSB. Always excellent beer here. Prices for the beers are very acceptable, given the excellent choice and location.
The fire is lit in the winter making it cozy in the main pub. It has old oak beams. There is a large extended seating area just off the main bar. The pub cat is lovely too.
There is a small car park and street parking nearby. It has a pleasant outside garden, with shrubs and overhanging trees, though this is not really suitable to kids to run around in. The landlord and landlady are good. It is not a place to plan on eating, as whether food is on or not is always a bit hit and miss. It is free of piped music and TV and so is a good pub for talking.
MxThomas - 29 Dec 2011 18:50
PS I agree about pub beer prices, which are getting out of hand, but this is mostly due to greedy pubco's and regional breweries using their monopoly or beer tie to force landlords to buy at exhorbitant prices, which they are forced to pass onto customers. Unfortunately only an independent company the size of Wetherspoons with huge bargaining power, large premises and high turnover can fight this. I fear many more pubs will continue to close, but I hope not this one.
spikefromsurrey - 14 Jun 2010 17:13
Popped in one evening with a few Camra buddies, and sampled some great ales e.g. Andwell Ruddy Darter, Green King Back of the Net (World Cup special) Hepworth Dark Horse (Mild) and Cottage King Arthur. All in excellent condition, and a friendly and knowledgeable landlady. However, not just a pub for male real ale nuts, as there was a party of ladies in the corner also having a good time by the look of it. Thoroughly recommend a visit.
spikefromsurrey - 14 Jun 2010 08:08

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