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The Duke Of Wellington, East Horsley - pub details

Duke Of Wellington

Address: Guildford Rd, East Horsley, Leatherhead, Surrey, KT24 6AA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 7421) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Horsley (1.2 miles), Effingham Junction (2.2 miles), Bookham (2.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.9/10 (rated by 19 users)
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other pubs nearby:

King William IV, Horsley (1.1 miles), Barley Mow, West Horsley (1.1 miles), Plough, Effingham (1.5 miles), Sir Douglas Haig, Effingham (1.5 miles)

 

user reviews of the Duke Of Wellington, East Horsley

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Reopened after refurbishment.
wealdman - 22 Feb 2017 14:25
Closing this coming weekend - for another major refurbishment!
wealdman - 19 Jan 2017 09:15
The D Of W has been refurbished and is now part of the group that own the Black Swan, Ockham - so gone is the rather tatty interior and run down beefeater feel of the place - in comes American style dining, but on old brown wood furniture and very interior designer interior design. Ribs, Burgers, Pulled Pork, Steak and some nice fish dishes, Mac and Cheese etc sides are the order of the day. Beer range is OK, usual suspects of the brown stuff and eye watering prices (£5.25 for a premium lager). Staff were very good and helpful, garden has been greatly improved, but refugees from the hotel over the road looking to get a cheaper meal and drink are in for a nasty shock. Its an improvement if you like this sort of thing and you can afford it.
fetchman - 15 Jul 2014 13:01
Attractive stone clad former coaching Inn from the outside, tired dated pub from the inside
We utilised it for a late Saturday evening couple of pints whilst staying in one of the two large hotels within walking distance. At this time it more resembled a social club for the local East Horsley youth with several young barstaff and their mates collected around the bar jovially singing along to the loud music playing from the public bar side of the pub. However the service was swift and courteous and there were no complaints in that department. And although I am sure this place moves mostly draft lagers there were three ale taps on the bar with two functioning and I have to say the available Deuchars IPA and Caledonian Golden IPA were very drinkable.
OK enough for a beer, but not a place I would choose to return to. And when considering the expensive bit of Surrey it resides in and its position next door to two large business hotels, in one way I think its admirable that it remains as an entertainment spot for the local youth who can’t afford to travel into the bright lights of Guildford, but you can’t help thinking someone is missing a trick here and it is quite surprising and one wonders why this one has not been gastrofied.
However, on leaving by the side entrance to the garden I came across the information board which probably answered the question why, as this board detailed the history of the pub, which is much more interesting than the pub itself, and the fact that most of it is a Grade II listed structure and therefore difficult to change.

Gann - 13 Aug 2013 17:22
what a shock .. need a mortgage to buy a drink .. the price of a wine was shocking then to be told its because you are in horsley is a liberty ... so they charge more cos you drink in horsley.. bloody rip off and bad service
Debs0458 - 30 Mar 2011 14:55

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