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The Star Inn, Bentley - pub details

Address: Main Rd, Bentley, Farnham, Hampshire, GU10 5LW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 18507) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Bentley - Hants (0.8 miles), Farnham (4.3 miles), Alton (5 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 21 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Anchor Inn, Lower Froyle (1.2 miles), Bull Inn, Bentley (1.2 miles), Jolly Farmer, Blacknest (1.7 miles), Cedars, Binsted (1.9 miles)

 

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Popped in for a family lunch last Friday. Quiet, but not empty. Very welcoming staff and a couple of good draught beers on. We had the Pots from The Flowerpots Brewery at Cheriton and it was in fine condition. (I did comment to the barmaid that I thought it was a bit expensive at £3.80 a pint, when in my local it is £2.80, but she informed me that The Star is the cheapest pub in the area!) Having said that, it was so good, we had to have another one!

The food was excellent and good value for money. The usual 'pub menu' but with some subtle additions to make things interesting. The service was attentive but not overpowering and the two young children with us were suitably catered for.

I occasionally use this pub as a mid-way meeting point between home and our daughter's house and have always enjoyed my visits. We have always been well looked after, well fed and the beer is always up to a good standard. I hope to be able to return in the near future.
topsailjon - 23 Feb 2016 08:07
Popped in for a family lunch last Friday. Quiet, but not empty. Very welcoming staff and a couple of good draught beers on. We had the Pots from The Flowerpots Brewery at Cheriton and it was in fine condition. (I did comment to the barmaid that I thought it was a bit expensive at £3.80 a pint, when in my local it is £2.80, but she informed me that The Star is the cheapest pub in the area!) Having said that, it was so good, we had to have another one!

The food was excellent and good value for money. The usual 'pub menu' but with some subtle additions to make thinks interesting. The service was attentive but not overpowering and the two young children with us were suitably catered for.

I occasionally use this pub as a mid-way meeting point between home and our daughter's house and have always enjoyed my visits. We have always been well looked after, well fed and the beer is always up to a good standard. I hope to be able to return in the near future.
topsailjon - 23 Feb 2016 08:06
Can't understand why I haven't rated this pub before! I dropped in here last summer, purely out of curiosity as it was featured in the TV series 'The Village' back in the '90's. It had changed quite alot from how it looked on the TV but the welcome was warm and the beer was good.
wolvesfan - 19 Feb 2015 18:36
Haven't been to the Star for years but popped in for lunch at the weekend and was very pleasantly surprised. Friendly and welcoming - roaring log fire - two good beers on hand pump and food was lovely. Will be visiting more often!
sylviajoan - 19 Feb 2015 12:46
grub is great. nice place for a date. not far from the railway station or alice holt forest. service ok.
qazza - 30 Jun 2013 18:46

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