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Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Prince of Wales

184 Rectory Road
Farnborough
GU14 8AL
Emailku.oc.hguorobnrafniecnirpeht@olleh Telephone(01252) 545578
Real AleReal FireFamily FriendlyGardenLunchtime MealsEvening MealsCiderParkingSmokingDog FriendlyWiFiServes LocAleLive MusicBeer Festivals
Opening times: 11.30-2.30, 5.30-11; 11.30-11.00 Fri & Sat; 12-10.30 Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Opening hours have been altered to the below:- Monday - Closed Tues-Thurs 5pm-10pm Fri 3pm-10pm Sat 12pm-10pm Sun 12pm-10pm Outside and inside seating. The car park closed as an expanded outdoor seating area has been created. A table booking system is available and is accessible via Facebook and the pub website. Bookings will be for 2 hours and maximum group sizes of 6 per table. You can also call on 01252 545578. For the meantime the kitchen will remain closed but plenty of bar snacks will be on offer.
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Regular beers: Dark Star Hophead, Fuller's London Pride, Hop Back Summer Lightning, West Berkshire Maggs' Mild

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

Having featured in the Good Beer Guide for over 30 years and won the local Pub of the Year award on countless occasions, this free house has an enviable reputation with beer-lovers, both near and far, especially being only a couple of minutes walk from Farnborough North station. A cosy pub, it has a central bar around which are several distinct, but interconnected areas, the lower ‘snug’ having five guest beers (including generally some dark and/or local beers), and the central area having four regular beers, plus a lower priced “Session Beer“, which changes every couple of months. A craft keg bar has recently been introduced, towards the back snug, with half a dozen beers dispensed from it, invariably including beers from Siren Craft. There is a wonderful wood-burning stove between the snug and seating area. A box or two of real cider is also normally available as well as a keg cider. Trestle tables at the front and back are popular in fine weather, while the back patio can be covered, and heaters are available when required. The annual beer festival in October is hugely popular, generally concentrating on a particular area of the country’s beers. Good pub lunches are available throughout the week, and in the evenings curries are available on Mondays and pies, fish and chips on Friday. For further entertainment there’s a Quiz Night on the first Sunday, and live music on the third Sunday of each month. Various charity events are held during the year.