Bars and Dining areas page

There are two bars. The “public” on the left is Tudor, with beams, tiled floor, an original inglenook fireplace, a couple of scrubbed tables, wooden benches, tree-trunk stools and a “library”. The saloon, or Smoking Room, as it is called, is a Victorian addition, as is the servery where beer is dispensed from traditional barrels by tap.

As both bars are bars and not restaurants, we regret that the law does not permit children in them. However, there are lots of tables in front of the pub, which is very sheltered, and a garden at the side, again with numerous tables, where children and families are extremely welcome.

The toilets--another Harrow oddity-- are across the lane, the ladies’ at the far end of the old brick stables.

 

Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome; dog bowls available.

 

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