The Barley Mow


Tandridge Lane , ,, Oxted, RH8 9NJ

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The Barley Mow is a traditional pub in the village of Tandridge, Surrey. Set in a rural area but with easy access to London, Gatwick Airport and many local places of interest. We are proud to offer restaurant-quality meals and bar food, cooked to order and prepared from fresh seasonal produce to create a variety of tempting dishes.

The Barley Mow is a traditional "Olde Worlde" pub recommended by CAMRA for its range of Real Ales including Badger First Gold, Tanglefoot and Sussex. Also available is Hofbrau, Stella Artois, Guinness and Stowford Press Cider. We offer an extensive range of fine wines which may be chosen from our wine list or from our selection of monthly specials. Tea and speciality coffees are also available. The pub has a stunning Beer Garden that has wheelchair access with seating and parasols for those sunny Summer days. Traditional Sunday lunch served every Sunday and there are BBQ's during the Summer. Smokers are accommodated with an outside shelter fitted with heating and lighting. Children are welcome until 9pm and dogs are welcome in the bar area, part of which has a traditional slab flooring area ideal for dogs and walkers with those muddy boots. Coach parties by appointment. We have three guest rooms available. One double with en-suite, and two double/family rooms with shared bathroom. All rooms have TV, tea & coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. Ironing facilities are available on request. Room rates include full English or Continental breakfast. The rooms are decorated and furnished to a high standard and provide comfortable and convenient accommodation in a friendly and informal atmosphere. Please call for details.

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Showing Sunday 29 November 2015 to Monday 30 November 2015

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24 Hour Reception , Wake Up Call Available
Car parking available onsite , Airport Shuttle
Restaurant , Bar
Family friendly
Interconnecting rooms available
Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas

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From 16:00 hours
Until 10:00 hours
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Pets are not allowed

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50% would recommend it to a friend


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  • Alex O

  • September 2014

Golf Stay Review

I stayed at the Barley Mow en route to Golfing Occasion.

Staff pretty friendly and OK

Room was dire, sadly. Bed as hard as the table. Old Wine Bottle in the Bathroom. Meal OK and Breakfast good. One time experience........One time......

  • B Brown

  • August 2014

Ideal location and potential - shame about the service

We booked all 3 rooms for a family overnight stay and found them ideal for what we wanted: 1 double ensuite; 2 other doubles with a shared bathroom between the two rooms - accessible from either side.

I had unwittingly (or maybe it was never an option) overlooked the chance to book B&B so when we arrived I was told it was Room only - this was confirmed when looking at our LateRooms booking form. I offered to pay extra for breakfast but was told it couldn't be done - the chef had been given the day off (or something) and so we were left to find breakfast elsewhere the following day. Given we had a 6hr journey ahead of us, it was disappointing to say the least. As the property prides itself on its Roast Sunday Lunches, advertised on boards all around the neighbourhood, we wondered how they were going to provide for their customers the day we were leaving (Sunday) with no chef ........ The sleeping accommodation was fine and the tea and coffee making facilities much appreciated, especially as we were having to leave with no breakfast. We got up to leave by 10am as requested. We were told that we could hang around downstairs, should be want to, for 2 hours and have lunch before leaving (even though they could not serve us with breakfast). We were told staff would be around downstairs at that time; it wouldn't be a problem. When we did get up to go downstairs and leave the keys at 10am, we found we were locked in (upstairs) - the door at the bottom of the stairs was locked from the other side. Fortunately there was a fire exit on the upstairs landing and it was via this that we had to leave - without seeing a soul. We tried to leave the keys by entering one of the ground floor doors but all were locked. We therefore had to go back up the fire escape and leave the keys in the bedroom doors. We left the place feeling that we had had less than a hospitable welcome. One of the rooms had a balcony which had the potential of being a lovely place to sit out, had it had a small table and chairs perhaps, but instead it contained broken old furniture, an old brush and lots of debris. The rooms are becoming a little tired in their presentation - in my room the TV remote didn't work (we think the batteries had gone) and although the door opened with the key from the outside, it wouldn't lock from the inside. What a shame - with improved service and a display of hospitality, the place has the potential for being a cosy and welcoming accommodation - instead we felt like we were an unwelcome intrusion. It is ideally situated not far from the M25 and I'm sure the locals enjoy their reputable pub lunches, especially on a Sunday. Breakfast, however, was obviously one step too far for any guests to enjoy.

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