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Ye Olde Red Lion, Cheam - pub details

Ye Olde Red Lion
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Address: 17 Park Road, Cheam, Surrey, SM3 8QB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21781) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Cheam (0.3 miles), West Sutton (0.7 miles), Sutton (1.2 miles)

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Claret Wine Bar, Cheam Village (0.0 miles), Mojo's, Cheam (0.1 miles), Prince Of Wales, Cheam (0.1 miles), Harrow Inn, Cheam (0.1 miles), Railway Hotel, Cheam (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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good looking pub,had 4 beers on but didn't fancy them.2 beers coming soon adnams ghost ship and st austells proper job,shame my timings out.had bottle of meantime London pale ale.great service.
hoppyal - 12 Oct 2016 11:31
This could be an excellent pub, but sadly the Management leaves a lot to be desired, as the service is poor, with too few bar staff normally available!!
In addition, one particular tall male Barman seems to take great delight in consistently serving short measure pints!!
oldstager - 19 Sep 2016 16:20
I've been using this pub for many years, very disappointed to go in with my kids straight from work to be told that the new owners no longer allow kids in unless they are eating. As it was 6.30pm and new rules now state kids have to leave by 7pm not 9pm we were told we couldn't even order food as it would not be ready by 7pm. 4 very upset kids after being promised they could play in the pub garden sand pit and have ice cream. My 3 year cried all the way home.
The Railway however is kid friendly as is the Prince of Wales so I know where I will be spending my money.
cheamender - 12 May 2015 16:14
Been here a few times over the last couple of years and it doesn't disappoint.
Very much a locals pub with tolerance for families including dogs.

Various ales on though Youngs ordinary is a staple.

A great old fashioned locals boozer.
d.franks - 19 Dec 2013 15:51
A bit of a tardis of a pub, bigger on the inside than the outside. The bar is in the centre of the pub and the lounge circles it 360 degrees. They had a fair range of real ales. My first pint, Brakespear Bitter was the end of the barrel and a bit sour but they changed it without a quibble for another Brakespear beer - Oxford Gold which was fine. My next beer was Dorking Late Red which could have been colder but it was the first out. It must be in the same menu as The Brewery in Ashtead even down to the prices. It has a large patio out the back.
boozers_knows - 19 Aug 2013 15:23

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