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Coach & Horses

(also known as La Castilla Tapas Bar, Cafe Nero)

1-2 Castle Street
Farnham
GU9 7HR

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Premises Status

This pub is permanently closed. Ceased trading as a pub in 2009, becoming a tapas bar and then a branch of Cafe Nero in 2012.

Premises Description

Converted to a coffee shop.

Owner

Caffè Nero

About the Pub

A Grade II* Listed Building, once a fine traditional town pub called the Coach and Horses, an entry in the first four editions of the Good Beer Guide. It subsequently went through a number of incarnations, including being a rockers pub and a mock Irish bar, before finally ceasing trading as pub in 2009, when it became a tapas bar. In 2012 it became a branch of the coffee shop chain, Caffè Nero.

Historic Interest

Not as old as it appears; the Georgian-style windows being added in 1962. It is on, or adjacent to, the sire of the Golden Horseshoe, which existed in the 18th century (source: Licensed Farnham by Jean Parratt).

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Coach & Horses, Farnham

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Coach & Horses

1-2 Castle Street
Farnham
GU9 7HR

Sat Nav Reference

51.215086, -0.799250

OS Reference

SU839468

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