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Home Cottage, REDHILL


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Recommended Pub Home Cottage

Address: 3 Redstone Hill
Post Code: RH1 4AW
Location: REDHILL
Bus Route(s): 32, 100, 315, 400, 405, 410, 420, 424, 430, 435, 460, 540
OS Ref: TQ 282504 (Bing Maps)   (Google Maps)
Directions: on A25 at the back of the station towards Bletchingley
Ownership: Young's
Web Site: www.homecottageredhill.com
Phone No: (01737) 762771
Opening Hours: 11-11; 11-12 Fri & Sat
A CAMRA Recommended Pub

Young's Bitter, London Special
Guest Beer

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This double-fronted, bow-windowed, cream-painted building dates from the mid 19th century with a significant addition in 1904. The original premises are recalled in a photograph of 1880 displayed inside. Surviving etched glass windows lettered "public bar", "saloon bar", "club room" and "coffee room" help give some idea how the building would have been divided and operated around 100 years ago. The front bar has an amazing and possibly now unique set of five stubby ceramic-handled handpumps which sit on a pewter base inscribed "Hurst & Co. of Southwark" and are worth a visit in themselves. A Young's house since 1978, it was formerly a free house owned and run by Miss Sybil Starr who was born in the pub in 1901, and was licensee for 39 years from 1939. A pub frequented by loyal Young's drinkers and others who appreciate good beer and the pleasant atmosphere that pervades this hostelry. The guest beer is often a Young's seasonal beer but may come from another brewery. There is a large conservatory / dining room at the rear of the pub. Good food is served from 12-10 each day (12-9 Sunday). The menu is seasonal and food is cooked to order.

Lunchtime Meals  Evening Meals  Separate Restaurant  Children Allowed in part of Pub  Car Park  Outdoor Drinking Area  Train Station (within 1/2 mile) - Click for general timetable  On Bus Route - Click for general timetable(see above)  
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Last Updated: 20 Jun 2016

 

 

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