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The Bulls Head, Reigate

A small traditional pub with the bar located to the right of it's narrow long lounge. There is another room at the back of the lounge. there is a garden/patio at the rear of the pub. Although they had 4 hand pumps, there was only 3 beers on when I visited the pub - Sharps Doombar and Sea Fury and St Austell Tribute. All Cornish beers! It is reasonably comfortable and very friendly.

8 Jul 2017 10:46

The Red Cross Inn, Reigate

Located at the corner of the one-way system, this large pub was very quiet when I was in there. I was the only customer! The bar is located in the larger of the 2 rooms which appears to be set up for sports with very basic seating. To the right of that is a small lounge with predominantly church pew like seating which has its own little bar which wasn't being used. I had Pilgrim Surrey bitter and they also had St Austell proper Job bitter.

8 Jul 2017 10:41

The Surrey Oaks, Newdigate

Located in Parkgate rather than Newdigate, this pub has won many CAMRA awards for its cask bitters.Its long lounge is 4 distinct rooms with a very low roof at one end. Seating is mainly made up of church like pews and other assorted wooden chairs but is reasonably comfortable. There is seating at the front and side of the pub and in their large garden. There is also a fair sized car park.The kitchen is open plan and is in the centre of the pub. It is nice to drink in a pub which is not a glorified restaurant. A fine choice of real ales, some from some unusual breweries, all served nice and cold on a very warm summer afternoon. Highly recommended.

8 Jul 2017 10:37

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