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The Plough, Three Bridges - pub details


Address: 181, Three Bridges Rd, Three Bridges, Crawley, West Sussex, RH10 1LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6767) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Three Bridges (0.2 miles), Crawley (1 mile), Ifield (2.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 13 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Moonraker, Three Bridges (0.0 miles), Snooty Fox, Three Bridges (0.2 miles), Life Bar 1, Three Bridges (0.3 miles), White Knight, Pound Hill (0.5 miles), Charcoal Burner, Crawley (0.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Just Doombar, but perfectly drinkable. Sort of two bars, darts, Pool & juke box in what was once the public bar.OK pub.
Wilson_MacDonald - 21 Nov 2015 18:22
After our visit to the oasis that was The Moonraker we came in here just after 5.15 on a Saturday night for a few beers.

Very welcoming landlord, 2 well kept ales on tap and the 3 pints I had were excellent.

There was a birthday party being set up in the back room.

A very pleasant pub and one I will visit again when at Three Bridges for football.
lezford - 9 Dec 2012 15:00
This was always a Brickwoods house.The Locomotive was the Watneys one with beers from Tamplins brewery in Brighton.

This used to be the grottiest of the Three Bridges pubs,now the best but that is not saying much.Two handpumps for Harvey's bitter.

oldandmild - 16 Jun 2009 07:21
Watney's tied House!!? Are the deliveries by Sentinel Steam Lorry and does a pint cost two shillings? Next you'll be telling us smoking is only allowed in the tap room.
bradwan - 1 Jan 2009 22:11
Good two bar twon pub with an off-licence. Basic public bar, serving good home made sandwiches, little more up market saloon bar, sans snug. As a Watneys tied house, Stag & Tamplins are the order of the day and although these arne't the greatest of beers (for that you need the White Hart and Harveys in the High Street), they are well kept and served well here.
FFrederickSkitty - 11 Jul 2008 19:08

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