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  • 3.0 star rating
    26/12/2008
    First to Review

    Crayford Arms is a small traditional style pub in Crayford High Street, just opposite The Dukes Head. It is quite a small place and when busy it can feel very cramped. There is a little garden out the back which is nice to hang out in during the day but even here there are only a few tables. The pub has a pool table and juke box to keep you amused as well as a selection of local history books and pictures in one corner and photos from party nights which regulars have thrown at halloween/christmas etc which suggests a good rapport with regular patrons if I wished to become one.

    The Crayford Arms is alright for locals to meet up and have a pint and a chat but it is not the kind of place that I would plan of having a night out in. There is a very small car park if you wish to use it, or of it is full (which is highly likely) then parking on the street is available. Avoid the temptation to park in The Duke's Head car park as the owners do not like non-patrons using their car park.

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