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Old Plough, Stoke D'Abernon - pub details

Address: 2 Station Road, Stoke D'Abernon, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 3BN [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 11372) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cobham & Stoke D'abernon (0 miles), Oxshott (1.7 miles), Bookham (2.3 miles)

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The Old Plough was packed on my visit this Saturday afternoon. Many were eating in the dining area at the rear. But, there were a fair number of drinkers in the bar at the front. Shere Drop, London Pride & Hophead were the 3 real ales. Prices were steep. I get the feeling that it is regularly this busy, as there were certainly plenty of staff to keep everybody served. Nice and cosy place.
blue_scrumpy - 8 Jun 2019 20:30
They must have done a deal with Fullers now, as it's Fullers Ales, plus one guest. The guest is always going to be Surrey Hills Shere Drop (3.30 a pint). During this visit, the Fullers were Pride, HSB and Seafarers. Apparently the Shere Drop is the most popular.
Roodeye - 15 Apr 2012 17:02
The only pub in Stoke D'abernon that is on the road to Cobham. It has a fair sized patio and garden area. The manager must be a keen gardener because it is well kept and there are plenty of pot plants dotted around. The bar is in the bar lounge but extends into the extension but that has no pumps. The bar lounge is quite small but the extension almost doubles the size though it is mainly used for the sale of food. There is a good selection of real ales including Surrey Hills Shere Drop, Sambrook Junction, Sharps Cornish Coaster and Harveys Best Bitter when I was there. Although it was winter for my visit, it would make an excellent pub for the summer.
boozers_knows - 23 Mar 2012 11:11
I've been going here, man and boy, for about 10 years and I have to say, that it is now a very good pub. I haven't eaten there, but those who have say the food is good and, unlike a lot of new pub owners who jack the prices up, this lot have kept them very reasonable.
A friend reckoned he was ignored in the 'who's turn in it now?' queue for a drink and swore he'd never return but, on the whole, the staff, mostly young and not well versed in the ways of a pub, seem pretty good.
hywelt - 9 Jan 2012 20:46
Pub has now re-opened and is greatly improved from its rather tired, old self to a much nicer, roomier and welcoming place. The new interior is more spacious but it still keeps some of its traditional pub feel. (toilets are super too) Four hand pumps with good selection of ales, plus some choice in lagers, not the usual 3 bland suspects. Food looked super and priced for the area. Staff very friendly and numerous - well done to all involved.
fetchman - 24 Dec 2011 13:45

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