The Boat House (Chertsey) Reviews
Newest Review: ... isn't very good. We chose to sit inside as it was during the heatwave we visited, and we decided air conditioning was a good option. That wasn't the best choice as the air con was actually quite violent and made the large room quite cold! The interior of the pub is nice enough, there is a choice of traditional tables and chairs, or lower ones with sofas and armchairs for a casual drink. In terms of drinks, there is a good choice on offer although it is all fairly standard fare, no nice interesting ciders for me here. I was happy to order a Strongbow, my dad had a Stella Artois and my mum had a lemonade and lime. The round came to £8... more
Customer The Boat House (Chertsey) Reviews (3)
by PAUL KINGSTON - written on 26/03/11
FRIDAY NIGHT 25TH MARCH 2011,THREE OF US HAD A MEAL AT THE BOAT HOUSE,WE ALL THOUGHT IT WAS A DREADFULL MEAL,HAM EGG CHIPS,FISH CAKE AND FISH AND CHIPS THAT WAS THE THREE MEALS,WE CAME DOWN FROM WEST SUSSEX AND THOUGHT A LONDON PUB ON THE RIVER THAMES MUST BE GOOD.WE TOLD THE WAITER HOW BAD IT WAS AND THE WAITING TIME BEFORE IT ARRIVED AND THEY GAVE US £10.00 BACK.THE WAITER DID SAY THAT THERE HAD BEEN LOTS OF PROBLEMS IN THE KITCHEN.SUCH A SIMPLE MEAL TO BE COOKED BUT IT WAS VERY VERY VERY BAD CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHY,PAUL KINGSTON
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 165 readings)
Despite having visited Chertsey several times, the first being 10 years ago, my parents and I had never eaten at The Boathouse until earlier this month when they were staying at the adjacent campsite. We always avoided it because it is a chain pub (Bespoke Hotels), and because it is the exact opposite of what we look for in holiday pubs - big, cavernous and formulaic. However, they had been in for a drink and thought the menu looked ok, so we gave it a go. The Boathouse, the pub within the Bridge Hotel, is located beside the Chertsey Bridge, in a very nice spot right on the River Thames. There are even some boat moorings so you can sail there in your private ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/09 (Very useful, 283 readings)
We visited The Boat House, Chertsey, Surrey on Easter Sunday. It's located right by Chersey Bridge and overlooks a pretty spot on the Thames. Shame about the traffic going past from time to time and the building under construction on the other side of the river that spoils the view a little, other than that it's set it a lovely location. There is outside seating which is lovely in the summer as you can sit over looking the river on a raised terrace area. Though a nice day on Sunday, it was a little chilly for that, only a few brave soles were out there. On arrival, the friendly waiter took us to 'a really nice table' as he told us. It was, I must admit. We ... Read the complete review
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