Tuesday, 15 June 2010

Coach & Horses

Traditional in every sense of the word, C&H really holds onto its roots.  There are some really great features dotted around - from the stain-glass window at the back looking over the charming garden, up past the bar and its many trinkets, though to the huge used-to-be wooden doors at the front.  I guess it really was its namesake way back when.  The inside is quite small, there isn't even a place for toilets, but there is for a private function room, which I found rather odd (if you want to do a number, you'll have to go outside and go into the door opposite!).
Staff are very polite and friendly, which gave it that good homely feel.  One big group of local lads came in and pushed us up on the couches, the fact that they were all at retirement age and we were whipper-snappers didn't deter them in the least!  It's also very dog friendly.

Pub facilities / features

Food served
Bar snacks
Real ale
Outside seating
Pint of Fosters, JD & coke, coke, Feel Good

Alex - 7.9
Andrew - ?
Dave - ?
Oliver - ?

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