Onslow ArmsThe Street
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Impressive building with a brick façade, mock Tudor features and attractive, overlapping tiling. The pub is named after the earls of Onslow who owned nearby Clandon Park (now National Trust). It has been comfortably refurbished whilst maintaining a traditional feel. Inside, it has a smart appearance and there is a number of interconnecting areas, predominantly set out for dining but drinkers are welcome, with an emphasis on local beers. The Garden Room has a TV for major sporting events, acoustic live music is featured on Bank Holidays and some the first Wednesday of every month. Food is served all day, with the menu changing at 5.30pm. There is a spacious garden to the rear with a heated barn area for food and drink. A smaller hedged garden to the front, where on a summer's afternoon you can watch a myriad of sports cars out on a country drive!