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Recommended Pub Fox & Hounds

Address: Tilburstow Hill Road
Post Code: RH9 8LY
OS Ref: TQ 354494 (Bing Maps)   (Google Maps)
Ownership: Hawthorn Leisure
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Phone No: (01342) 893474
Opening Hours: closed Mon; 12-3, 5-11 Tue-Fri; 12-11 Sat; 12-10 Sun
A CAMRA Recommended Pub

Greene King IPA, Abbot
Guest Beers (2)

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A most attractive building, parts of which date back to 1368. It became a pub in 1601 and the first landlord was Thomas Hart, a tenant of Pendell Manor near Bletchingley. As well as brewing and selling its own beer, at one time it also served as a post office and blacksmith. There are several original beams throughout and a large inglenook in the restaurant. The lower bar also benefits from a real fire. Look for the gaiter of a former pirate turned smuggler, John Trenchman, who died in the cellar of the pub after being pursued by the King's revenue men. Legend has it that if this gaiter is removed, his ghost returns to haunt the pub. His earthly remains lie in Godstone churchyard. A former Westerham Brewery house until 1965, it passed to Ind Coope, later to become part of Allied Breweries until it was sold to Greene King in the late 90s and is now owned by Hawthorn Leisure. The pub has a deserved reputation for good food, which is sold both in the restaurant and bar (booking recommended), as well as for its excellent beer. Food is served from 12-2 and 6-9 Tuesday to Friday, from 12-9 Saturday and 12-5 Sunday. The bar area is low ceilinged and very cosy with high back settles. There is a pleasant garden at the rear. The guest beers usually come from Hogs Back and Pilgrim. Pub is open on Bank Holiday Mondays. Card-carrying CAMRA members get a discount here.

Lunchtime Meals  Evening Meals  Separate Restaurant  Children Allowed in part of Pub  Car Park  Outdoor Drinking Area  On Surrey Cycleway  CAMRA LocAle Pub  
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Last Updated: 29 May 2018



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