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The Coach and Horses, Ickenham - pub details

Coach and Horses

Address: 1 High Road, Ickenham, Middlesex, UB10 8LJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6365) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Ickenham (0.2 miles), West Ruislip (0.5 miles), Hillingdon (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations West Ruislip (0.4 miles), South Ruislip (2.1 miles), Denham (2.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.4/10 (rated by 25 users)
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Champions, Ickenham (0.0 miles), Tichenham Inn, Ickenham (0.1 miles), Soldiers Return, West Ruislip (0.4 miles), Fairway, Ruislip (0.7 miles), White Bear, Ruislip (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of the Coach and Horses, Ickenham

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Totally agree with the last comment its so gettin borin now, new landlord and lady in the soldiers seem a good laugh, popped in a couple of weeks ago to a real warm welcome and im pleased to say that they are exactly wot the place needed
I would not have given it a second look before but I got told about it by the
in- laws so i tried it and liked it i use it all the time now, is he a proper landlord id say that he is the real life Alfie moon lol
ickenhamjoe - 11 Jun 2013 14:41
I am tired of waiting so long to be served in this pub,
Bored with the same old same old,
Fed up with the boring menu,
Disgusted with the management for baring a hard of learning customer and his mother in front of everyone in the pub simply because his face didnt fit,
Who are the management anyway? where are the proper landlords? you know the ones that are interested in the customer and not just the profit, there has got to be better than this in Ickenham,
Where has all the original fun pubs gone, please can someone tell me
cayteewebb65 - 11 Jun 2013 10:16
Ended up eating here yesterday due to the Spoons being too busy and was impressed. Obviously knew that the food here would be more expensive (the only reason we choose the spoons usually is because current finances are not at their healthiest) however, it was well worth the extra few quid.

Upon arriving, I noticed that pub seemed comfortable and friendly. It was also clear that this was a very food orientated place (an observation not a criticism)

The pub does have some real ales on (albeit the ubiquitous Pride, Youngs Ordinary, Spitfire along with the not so common TT Landlord). I opted for the Landlord which was in good nickand at just over £3.00 a pint certainly didn't burn a hole in the pocket.

Food was really excellent and well worth the price. It would be nice if maybe they could introduce a couple of changing guest ales however, this may a condition of the PubCo that they can only sell the beers that are currently on.

All in all, I would definitely return to eat. If I am just drinking though, it has to be the Spoons for their varied and cheap beers.

BeerGutt - 11 Mar 2013 13:25
Another fight there last night, have stopped going there on Fri/sat nights as their clientele is a bit volatile,
Sweetcorn12 - 21 Oct 2012 14:19
Had a quick visit here on a week night and found a busy pub with a quiz night taking place plus plenty of diners. Ales on were Youngs Ordinary, Shepherd Neame Spitfire, Sharps Doom Bar & Timothy Taylor Landlord. It's a large pub, but typical of a chain pub and not really my cup of tea. The Old Fox is nearby and more of a typical local. Otherwise you also have the Wetherspoons across the road, where we headed to next.
blue_scrumpy - 5 Jan 2012 21:51

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