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Coach and Horses, Northfleet - pub details

Coach and Horses
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Address: 25 The Hill, Northfleet, Gravesend, Kent, DA11 9EU [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34054) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Northfleet (0.6 miles), Swanscombe (1.3 miles), Gravesend (1.4 miles)

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> Current user rating: 5.2/10 (rated by 6 users)
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user reviews of Coach and Horses, Northfleet

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Popped in here on Saturday (1st time in 20 odd years)...the Bombadier was in good nick and the food we had was very good, decent burger, nice chips with salad and a large bowl of colslaw....the wife enjoyed her fish finger sandwich to so overall a vey pleasent lunchtime visit.
MSE12 - 29 Feb 2016 11:23
This pub is now open after being closed for 5 months. It has had a refurbishment, a sympathetic one, restoring some of the hidden features of the 400 year old building. The new Landlady, Sharon, has previous CAMERA awards for her real ales and is aiming to add to those here at Ye Olde Coach & Horses Inn. The bar is extensive and food will be served lunchtime and evening from the end of May 2014.

To the people with the baby,please come and try the pub again now it has a new Landlady. We love children and are happy to have them during the day.

As regards people outside the pub, this is being dealt with, the undesireable element is being filtered out and during this summer we are hoping to have a garden established at the back of the pub so there will be no reason for people to hang about outisde.
Listercat - 27 Apr 2014 10:15
I have been to this pub on several occasions with my brother.
We are new to this area and this was one of the first pubs we tried.
Bar staff very helpful and polite. On the several visits we have made, the food has been good (especially steak pie)and the pub always clean and tidy.
Our last visit was embarressing, not only for us but the regulars and barmaid looked shocked at the owners comments.
We arrived around 3pm on Sunday and was helped inside by a regular as our baby buggy did not fit through the door. Once inside we made our way to our usual place and were just about to sit when an elderly lady approached us. She asked us if we could move our buggy & baby to the other side of the wooden barrier that separates the areas. There was noone else in this area as it was 3pm only a few regulars at the bar.
It seemed an odd request as the place was so quiet but we moved to another part of the pub after asking the barmaid if it was ok to sit at the front. She said yes, sit where you like, its fine.
Upon sitting, the elderley lady approached us again from behind the bar and asked if we could move back to the original place, as we were blocking the jukebox. She said that we could sit down and put our buggy the other side of the wooden barrier. I explained that I didnt want to leave our newborne baby the other side of the barrier and she then asked us to go somewhere else and what was the problem.
My wife and baby left and I told the lady her service sucks.
Otherwise a good pub, just dont bring kids as the owner hates them, even though she has three of her own.
rosinary1 - 17 Apr 2011 17:02
Quite a few people usually hand around the outside of this pub which can be very intimidating most of the time
phonak - 17 Jan 2010 20:20

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