Rayleigh Arms1 Owls Hill
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Built in 1840, this traditional English pub is probably the most prominent building in the small village of Terling and cannot be missed. Its present name reflects the Lord Rayleigh coat of arms above the door. Having been closed for nearly four years, it has been extensively renovated in a modern way, but keeping its original style. There is a large bar area with a separate restaurant and lounge at the back, the restaurant serving good quality English dishes.