The George Abbot (Guildford) Reviews
Description:Address: 7-11 High Street / Guildford
Newest Review: ... a fantastic job in keeping the pub very clean and tidy as nothing seemed out of place. I don't remember hearing any music when walking in but the general atmosphere was really welcoming. I visited the pub after 5:30pm with my boyfriend during the week so it wasn't too busy during this time. There is a very small seating area outside the pub; how-ever this only includes approximately 2 small ... more
Customer The George Abbot (Guildford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 09/04/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
About the Pub = = = = = = = The pub is located at the bottom of the main High Street in the town centre and although the pub is now named the George Abbot, it's previous names included The Row Barge and The Jolly Sailor. The pub was renamed The George Abbot in the 1990's to reflect the historical importance of this site. The pub is named after George Abbot whom was born into a well off family. His father was a local politician in Guildford and also a successful merchant in the wool trade. George Abbot was a great scholar who rose to be a Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, then Bishop of Lichfield & Coventry, Bishop of London and was chosen to be an ... Read the complete review
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