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The original building was probably just a small cottage, built in the mid-16th century, but it was certainly an alehouse by 1598 when it was extended at both ends.

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The Barley Mow, 181 The Street, West Horsley, Surrey, KT24 6HR. Tel: 01483 282693

At the end of the 19th century when cycling became a new, popular pastime, The Barley Mow found itself a favoured destination and, to cater for this trade, another extension, now housing the restaurant and kitchen, was added. Today, The Barley Mow remains a well known meeting place, not so much for cyclists, but for classic car enthusiasts.

In the early 17th century it was first known as The Mount Eagle and later The Harrow, but more than 100 years later it was renamed The Barley Mow when a brewhouse and a building for storing and malting barley - the present-day Malting House - were added. At that time it was also part of a small farm.

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West Horsley

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12-3pm

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12-4pm

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Mon-Sat

12-3pm

6-10pm

Sunday

12-4pm