The following is a list of all the Surrey Hants Borders Branch area pubs, and clubs. All entries are listed alphabetically by town/village, and then alphabetically by pub name. To view more detailed information of a particular pub, please scroll down the list, and then click on the highlighted link (pub name). To view more detailed information and photographs about our branch area pubs, please visit the CAMRA national online pub guide, WHAT PUB
Surrey Hants Borders Branch pubs selling real ale
Reopened in December 2017 after being closed since April due to an electrical fault. The Alexandra occupies an imposing late Victorian building, which was next door to the old Alexandra Theatre. The pub has a good sized open plan bar, which is bright and airy in a rough horseshoe shape. Sports TV is popular here with a number of screens around the pub.
1 Crimea Road
Enterprising, large pub close to the supporters entrance to Aldershot Town FC. Large garden with Summertime bouncy castle. Pool and Darts Teams. Regular live music, open mic every other Wednesday and Karaoke every Friday. The landlord focuses on sourcing beers from the Punch list that are rarely seen in Aldershot and often includes a house beer from Laine. The beer range has been reduced to maintain quality, with an additional guest available on match days, but this does mean real ale might not be available at all times.
- Duke Of York
248 Weybourne Road
New temporary licensee took over the pub in July 2021, so stated beer range may vary and real ale may not being available. A welcoming and friendly community pub with a public bar, saloon bar and small dining area. The garden isn't big but makes a nice sun trap on a good day. There is an interesting history of pub and Simonds Brewery (Followed by Courage and successors) on display.
- Excelsior Club
The Excelsior Club is a private members club which will admit guests accompanied by a member. Comprises two large main rooms - upon entering to the right is a long bar extending into a seating area with Sports TV, dedicated darts area and full size snooker table while on the left is a hall with wall seating and tables and stage at far end. Regular live music and events feature. At the time of writing the cellarman was an ex Hogs Back Brewery employee ensuring that the two beers - which could be anything - can be enjoyed in good condition.
- Garden Gate
2 Church Lane East
A small, friendly and welcoming local community pub just south-west of the town centre, the Garden Gate is based within easy walking distance of the train and bus stations. Widely claimed to have been built for Prussian mercenaries based nearby, though this is historically dubious, the Garden Gate is now a focal point for the local community. It has a small single bar serving two distinct drinking areas, both have been tastefully refurbished, freshly painted and with new pictures. There is a separate back room leading to a small patio and smoking area to the rear. At least 3 and often 4 beers are on tap with Surrey Hills Ranmore, a rare site locally, as the best seller. There is occasional un-amplified music, a quiz on Thursday and a music quiz on the first Sunday in the month. Major free to air sports events are occasionally shown.
One of the oldest pubs in Aldershot The George Reopened in December 2012 after a £140,000 refurbishment, with separate areas for eating, drinking and dancing. The back area is a more modern extension. The George has a dual identity. For much of the week it is a typical town centre pub, albeit with a strong focus on live sport on the televisions. On Thursday night karaoke features whilst Friday and Saturday nights are aimed firmly at the younger crowd, being marketed as party nights with a live DJ. Note the opening hours are extended until 3.00 a.m. on the last Saturday of the month. The early part of the week usually sees food offers to help attract customers. Owners Stonegate deserve credit for restoring the traditional name, prior to their takeover the pub had been re-branded as The Goose.
- Golden Lion
364 High Street
Homely, welcoming, lively single bar locals pub on the main road to the east of Aldershot. A trophy cabinet holds many darts cups, possibly why there are 4 dart boards. Substantial and good value food is served every lunchtime. This is the first of the three "Lion" pubs on the way out of Aldershot, the next being the Red Lion followed by the White Lion.
- Imperial Standard
25 Western Road
An independent free house built around 1869 and situated in to the west of the town centre on an unusual corner plot. The pub was granted Asset of Community Value status in September 2015 A short walk from the new Westgate Shopping Centre, the Imperial Standard offers a far more traditional drinking experience than at the identikit eateries found there. The pub has a predominantly local clientèle, but is welcoming to all, with a pool table and darts board around traditional seating areas. Live music often features on Saturday evening. No food is served but customers are welcome to order takeaways to eat in the pub, with a selection of menus provided.
- Queen Hotel
1 High Street
A Grade II listed hotel, in the centre of the historic military town of Aldershot. It is a landmark building of historic importance dating back to the reign of Queen Victoria. After 18 months closure the Queen Hotel was reopened with a 1 million GBP refurbishment by Wetherspoon in April 2014. The trading area has been significantly expanded, giving a light and airy feel; slightly cafe bar in style, with a long single, marble bar down one side and the family area boasting exposed beams. The original rooms are more intimate and have been retained down small flights of stairs at the front of the building. Unusually for Wetherspoon, one room has a real fire and they both offer a view over attractive flowerbeds, towards Princes Hall. They also contain pictures of old Aldershot. Although not a Wetherlodge the pub also offers 7 well appointed bedrooms. Outside is an attractive patio, covered down one side, offering some shelter for smokers.
- Red Lion
2 Ash Road
Revitalised after a succession of landlords, the current licensee is committed to one or two changing real ales and have reintroduced food including a Sunday roast.
It is said that this is the site of the earliest pub in Aldershot, though the current pub was built in a magnificent mock Tudor style in 1928. The long bar encompasses three distinct drinking areas with real fires available in all. There is a car park behind and a secluded garden to the side, albeit with some road noise.
- Royal Staff
37a Mount Pleasant Road
Traditional backstreet local which reopened in July 2021 under an enterprising new manager who has reintroduced real ale and made the pub a welcoming place once again for the local community.
Whilst relying primarily upon regulars and wet trade, cold snacks and pies have been introduced and there are occasional special meal nights, such as curry etc. The pub is the nearest pub to the away fans' entrance for Aldershot FC and supporters are made very welcome.
In July 2017 the pub was sold by Fullers into private ownership, since when there have been attempts to convert in all or part other uses. The latest being in June 2021 with a planning application submitted to convert the pub into a shop; this has been recommended to be refused by the local Council.
The pub is an Asset of Community Value and it is hoped that a new local community campaign to buy the pub can be launched in the Autumn of 2021
- Traco Club
Friendly Private members club located on the outskirts of Aldershot, offering a wide range of club sporting facilities and regular live entertainment,special events, fortnightly bingo and large screen sky sports, overlooking club owned grassed play areas and sports fields. New members and their families always welcome. A high standard bowls team is run out of the location. Members can play pool or snooker for free on Monday and Tuesday from opening until 7.30 p.m. As the name suggest the club used to be associated with the Aldershot & District Traction Company. Post World War One their football team were one of the best in Aldershot, beating Wycombe Wanderers here in the Amateur Cup and transferring a player to Spurs. The main stand has long since gone, the standard of football now is a little lower.
1 Short Street
Reopened in February 2016 after an extensive refurbishment. 'The Traf' welcomes everyone, whilst remaining the last traditional military pub in the town centre that is regularly frequently by soldiers from worldwide. The Trafalgar has a long history of serving the military which is reflected by the artefacts adorning the wall. Theme nights take place throughout the year. There is a small garden and smoking area to the rear. Regular live music Friday evening.
135-139 Victoria Road
Originally opened as a Hogshead in 1996, until taken over by Greene King in the mid 2000s and is now one of their Meet and Eat branded bars. Large windows at the front, open directly onto the main road and there are TVs and plasma screens inside showing various sporting events. There are also pool tables and a secluded courtyard at the rear with hanging baskets. Generally quiet during the the day, the music is cranked up into the evening and on Friday and Saturday night live DJs entertain, an increasingly young clientèle. Décor is relatively modern and largely nondescript. Two pool tables and a dartboard are provided and Sky TV shows live sport at most times of day.
- West End Centre
48 Queens Road
This is a very popular local Arts Centre in a former junior school. Although they are open during the day, term time only, for a variety of classes, the bar is only open in the evenings. Classes continue in the evenings alongside meetings, performances and exhibitions. They have an up to date website, where you can easily find out what is happening on any given date. The Facebook events page is also kept up to date, listing the various music, comedy and theatre nights. A single real ale is constantly changing, but it will only be available on busy show nights. Do check with the Westy to see if real ale is going to be available, particularly if you are making a special visit to there, for real ale alone. The bar is open to everyone on most evenings, Monday - Saturday. However, if there are standing events on in the main hall, or the venue is booked for a private function, then general public will not be admitted. On these occasions, where there are ticket checks on the front door for fire safety reasons, only ticket holders are admitted to the premises. The keg bar has Hogs Back Hogstar and two from London Fields; Three Weiss Monkeys and Hackney Hopster IPA, as permanent features. There is also a rotating craft keg line too. You will find a good range of bottled beers on the shelf (or in the fridge if you prefer) many of them from breweries local to the venue. A fine range of craft canned ales is also stocked. The venue holds a well supported beer festival in early January (get your tickets in advance) and a music festival, Westival, in the summer. Be aware, the car park at the back of the venue can fill up quickly on busy nights. As mentioned above, private bookings are taken, so if you wish to hire a room at the Westy do contact them.
- Willems Park
7 Wellington Avenue
Typical formulaic Brewers Fayre pub restaurant with Premier Inn attached, adjacent to Tesco supermarket to the north west of the town centre.
- Alexandra Barrack Road Aldershot GU11 3NP (01252) 312550
1 Ash Street
Imposing tile hung pub overseeing the adjacent landscaped roundabout. Outside seating at the front is popular in the summer and heaters are provided front and back for the winter smokers. Inside there is a restaurant to the left and a more traditional bar to the right with a further drinking/dining area to the rear.
- Lion Brewery
104 Guildford Road
Substantial and enterprising roadside pub on the outskirts of Ash. The last traditional 2 bar locals pub in the area. The left hand bar has a small stage and live music is available 5 nights a week. The licensee of 35 years has an array of kitchen vessels, originally from the Dorchester Hotel, which adorn the bar walls. The right hand bar has pool and darts. Food is available all day, including breakfast and takeaways. There is a function room that can accommodate 60+ and along with extended hours and 8 letting rooms, this pub has the lot! There is an annual charity music festival on the last Saturday in July.
- Greyhound 1 Ash Street Ash GU12 6LA email@example.com(01252) 338013
- Ash Vale
72 Vale Road
The last pub remaining on Vale Road, where there used to be many. Formerly know as Napiers it was renamed the Admiral, refurbished and reopened in August 2019 following a closure of nearly 2 years. There is a small patio at the front and a larger conservatory to the rear. The inside is largely open plan and tastefully furnished. Food is served all day.
- Old Ford
Refurbished in 2018 with a light and airy feel. The Old Ford is immediately adjacent to North Camp train station, serving locals and travellers alike. The small central lounge area is supplemented by a separate raised games area with pool table and sports TV screens. There is also an outside drinking area and separate beer garden. Live music is performed fortnightly on a Friday evening. Popular for Sunday lunch. The Midnight Special Blues Club meets here the 1st Wednesday of the month, 8.30 pm.
2 Hutton Road
An old but modernised pub by the Basingstoke canal. The pub has a large interior with two fire places and four main seating areas with mock wood panelled walls and wooden beamed ceiling giving it a country feel. A wide food selection is available with lunchtime and main menus plus themed food evenings. Monday is quiz night and Friday is live music night. The large family garden and outside seating areas are adjacent to the canal, popular with walkers as are the nearby Ash Ranges. Viewed from the garden the nearby canal bridge has a WWII defensive position built on the opposite bank.
- Admiral 72 Vale Road Ash Vale GU12 5HS (01252) 447920
- Badshot Lea
22 Badshot Lea Road
A lively community local situated between Aldershot and Farnham. The pub is spacious with a mix of seating areas. Televised sport is a key feature with 2 large TV screens located on either side of the pub. There is a pool table and a number of darts teams. Food is provided every evening, apart from Sunday and is available for collection or delivery via Farnham Eats. A pub quiz is held on the first Saturday of the month.
- Crown Inn
Pine View Close
Two old cottages knocked together with a pub garden across the road. A more modern décor inside than you may expect approaching the pub. Hearty, home-cooked traditional English pub dishes are a speciality at The Crown with a daily specials board which always has something intriguing and new. Sunday roasts are also served.
A Blues Jam is held on the first Sunday of each month 4pm - 7pm
- Cricketers 22 Badshot Lea Road Badshot Lea GU9 9LU ku.oc.bupsretekcirceht@ofni(01252) 341427
- Cedar Tree
1 High Street
Long-standing pub in Bagshot formerly called the Fighting Cocks on A30 junction with the High Street. Popular in the local community, this lively pub retains two separate bars and has a pleasant patio and small car park.
Simple pub food is available every day, including breakfast. The pub also incorporates an Indian Restaurant https://mycarnivore.co.uk/
Cheap accommodation is also available.
Various entertainment including live music on Thursdays, DJs on Friday and Saturday nights, silly Sunday evenings and "I got soul" on every first Friday. "Out to lunch" with Chris Brown and Aud Hepburn every second Sunday in each month 1 till 6pm.
1 London Road
Larger eatery, to the east of Bagshot, close to the junction with the A322. Formerly a grand roadside inn, but these days branded as a Beefeater, the majority of the clientèle are diners, often from the adjacent Premier Inn. There is long bar, with an extensive array of keg fonts, and a solitary handpump sad and rather forlorn in the middle.The rear of the pub is laid out for food and their is an airy conservatory that leads out onto the garden, whilst dining is still the norm to the front, drinking is also allowed. Bench seating in a long narrow gravelled area overlooked by bushes and a palm tree to the front where you can admire the car park and traffic rushing past on the A30.
- Foresters Arms
173 London Road
For countless years a simple country pub with a dartboard and Skittle Alley, new owners had a major refurb in 2015, removing the dartboard, and turning the Skittle Alley into a restaurant area. The latter remains, but, thankfully, darts has now been re-established by the new lease-holder.
The single bar is decorated with wooden beams and horse brasses, and divided into three small, separate areas, with plenty of comfortable seating. Much work has also been done in the rear garden area, creating both a beer-garden and a separate children’s play area. Open Mic on the first Monday of the month. quiz nights on Wednesdays, and live entertainment twice monthly (music and/or comedians). Food is available every day from 12-9.
After nomination by the local Branch of CAMRA the pub was awarded the status of an ACV (Asset of Community Value) by Surrey Heath Borough Council in 2015.
- King's Arms
42 High Street
Impressive 20th-centry road house facade with multiple rooms arranged about a single bar. Family oriented pub serving the normal Hungry Horse fare. Number of real ales available may vary.
- Three Mariners
56 High Street
This is a cosy little pub dating back to the 16th century, and Grade II listed. The predominance of wood in the general décor of the interior gives it a warm feeling, all the more so on Winter days when the fires in the small lounge areas downstairs and upstairs may be going.
The current lessee, Barry, came in July 2019, introduced Sports TV screens, and also renovated the Function Room, which now includes a bar. There’s a Charity Quiz Night on the last Wednesday of each month.
- White Hart
47 Guildford Road
Community pub with a new lessee who took over in April 2018. Quiz night Wednesday, and general entertainment on Saturday evenings. Also offers a discount to CAMRA members of 10p/pt.
- Windlesham Golf Club Grove End Bagshot GU19 5HY (01276) 675444
- Cedar Tree 1 High Street Bagshot GU19 5AG moc.liamg@kutohsgabeertradeceht(01276) 473160
- Hen & Chickens
200 Guildford Road
Low beamed pub on main A322 through Bisley Village. Reputedly haunted although these days you are more likely to see the large pub dog. Large garden welcomes all on sunny days and there are good local walks nearby. Home cooked food Tuesday - Sunday lunchtimes is a selection of English and Thai. Occasional guest beers.
- Hen & Chickens 200 Guildford Road Bisley GU24 9DJ firstname.lastname@example.org(01483) 473184
- Bridge Memorial Working Mens' Club
10 Willow Lane
A traditional working mens' club in Hawley just south of the A30, in the west of the Blackwater Valley conurbation. The main bar has sports TV, darts board, and fruit machines. To the rear is a large room with 3 full sized snooker tables. Live music or £2 pint every Saturday, with a meat raffle on Friday night and quiz on Sunday.
The Ely is a traditional English country hotel and pub with red-brick walls covered in ivy, pan-tiled roof and a friendly home-from-home atmosphere. The whole look is spacious, light and airy with a modern feel and it has mixed seating areas including sofas. Cask ale can be enjoyed by an open fire in the bar in the winter and in the al fresco beer garden. Three real ales are available from the Greene King range including a house beer Adam's Ale, believed to be Hardy & Hanson Bitter. Food is served all day including breakfast, with special themed food nights, such as curry Monday & Tuesday and a Sunday carvery.
- Mr Bumble
19 London Road
Formerly the Red Lion, this large pub on the busy A30 is also very near Blackwater railway station and bus-stops, and the local shops. The main bar now houses the impressive array of real ales, and other beverages, with a few steps leading up to the ‘Sports Bar’, with a range of lagers and still ciders, the dart-board and three pool tables. The L-shaped bar serves both areas, serving London Pride as the regular beer, and various guest beers, generally including at least one LocAle, and often a dark beer. There is an interesting "What's Next" pole to show drinkers what follows soon. A Cocktail Bar is opened for use on special party evenings. No food is served here, but customers are allowed to bring their own snacks. There’s a live ‘jam session’ on Thursday evenings, Rock bands on Saturdays, and sometimes live music on Fridays also. Several TV’s are available for sports or other events, on demand. A great community pub.
- Bridge Memorial Working Mens' Club 10 Willow Lane Blackwater GU17 9DL (01276) 31037
- Bat & Ball
15 Bat & Ball Lane
This family run (two generations) 150-year-old country pub and free house lies in the Bourne Valley near Farnham. The main bar has a wood burning stove, panelled walls and oak beams. There are several different rooms, a covered patio with grape vines, a large terraced garden and a fenced children's play area popular with families. Several footpaths lead to the pub. By car, access is via a narrow unadopted road, which leads to a large car park. The four regular and two guest cask ales are listed on a blackboard, including their strengths. The pub has a good reputation for serving top quality locally sourced food. An annual beer festival is held early-mid June (usually the weekend before Father's Day). A weekly quiz is held on Tuesdays and live music once a month.
- Bat & Ball 15 Bat & Ball Lane Boundstone GU10 4SA ku.oc.llabdnatab@ofni(01252) 792108
- Bramley Golf Club
Bramley Golf Clubs a members only golf club, but anyone may visit the club house during its opening hours. The times provided are the Winter hours. In Summer, the Clubhouse is open until 10pm and food served until 6pm. The main club room is light and airy with seating for over 100 guests. It may be hired for private functions, as may the smaller James Braid Bar. The club lounge offers superb views of the golf course and surrounding countryside. In summer the patio doors are opened onto a warm terrace.
- Jolly Farmer
A privately owned free house, this traditional 400-year-old inn in the village centre is full of character and has a cosy welcoming atmosphere, oak-beamed and heavily decorated with old brasses and farm tools. The gas fires are very realistic and can easily be mistaken for solid fuel. Food is available every lunchtime and evening in the Summer, most days in Winter. The menu is seasonal and changes regularly. A children's menu is available. Booking is essential for the Sunday lunchtime carvery. The pub has an excellent cellar and is run by and for beer lovers. Greene King IPA plus up to seven other (changing) cask ales from small breweries, a dark beer is usually available in winter. Southern beers on the bar often include: Irving, Goldmark, Listers, Triple fff, Firebird and Flack Manor. Midland beers also regularly appear through the "Brewswap" agency run by Milestone. "Tasters" of three one-third pint glasses are available. The pub can get through a dozen different beers every week. Lagers are interesting continental imports only (e.g., Rothaus Tannenzapfle), and for non beer drinkers the wines are well above usual pub quality. A real cider is available in summer. Dogs are welcome in the bar but not restaurant. Outside there are tables on the flagged terrace facing the road and a few tables at the rear, there is no garden as such. This is compensated by superb floral displays in the summer. The 53 bus runs hourly on evenings and Sundays, and this and other routes give three or four buses an hour from Guildford and Cranleigh in daytime during the week. Accommodation comprises 4 rooms and a 3 bed flat making this a true Inn.
What appears to be a very traditional village inn comprises a single bar with an adjoining room used for pool and games. Both areas have large TV screens used for showing sport. The garden at the rear is surprisingly large. Family-run and friendly, this is very much a social place, with food a secondary consideration. 3 en-suite bedrooms are available in an annexe at the rear. Parking is a few spaces on the forecourt, but there is a public car park 100 yards away.
- Bramley Golf Club Links Road Bramley GU5 0AL (01483) 892696
- Dog & Pheasant
Welcoming historic public house - particular emphasis on food with Wednesday nights a highlight when food is cooked over the large inglenook open fire. Supports Brook Fete held annually at Whitsun, late May BH Monday, when extra beers are available. Sunday Winter closing at 6pm.
- Dog & Pheasant Haslemere Road Brook GU8 5UJ moc.tnasaehpdnagod@ofni(01428) 682763
- Brookwood Club
92 Connaught Road
Following the closure of the Brookwood Hotel, the Brookwood Club is now the only place to get a beer in Brookwood. This friendly members only club is situated opposite the railway station and offers 2 conetantly changing real ales, at very competitive price. The club consists of a single, brightly lit room, with the bar on the right. No hot food, though filled rolls are sourced from the village bakery. To the rear there are 2 dartboards and a pool table. Bingo 1st Saturday evening of the month, and there are a few benches at the front to sit and watch the world go by.
- Brookwood Club 92 Connaught Road Brookwood GU24 0HJ (01483) 474274
- Anchor & Horseshoes
194 London Road
The Anchor & Horseshoes is set well back from the road with ample parking both in front and to the side of the pub. The large single bar is divided into three areas with the TVs and a dining area to the rear. Historic pictures of Guildford decorate the walls. Good value pub food is available until 9 Monday to Saturday and roast lunch is served on Sundays. For warmer months there is seating in front of the pub as well as a large garden behind with lots of shelters. No longer serve guest beers, usually but not always have one or both of GK IPA and Abbot.
- Anchor & Horseshoes 194 London Road Burpham GU1 1XR (01483) 504677
- Blue Anchor
155 High Road
Built in 1907 to replace an earlier pub on same site. Large friendly pub close to historic Brooklands Motor Race Circuit. Regular Quiz nights on alternate Tuesdays and long running Byfleet Folk Club.
- Byfleet Village Club
54 High Road
Open for members and their guests only. The bar is on the top floor.
104 High Road
Although the village of Byfleet is within the M25 the Plough retains a rustic feel with exposed brick work and two open fires. A TV in one of the two bar areas and another in the conservatory are used for occasional sports events. Accommodation has recently been added with 3 guest rooms in separate building. Regular music and quiz nights. No food Mondays. Take care. car parking is controlled, £100 fine for failure to lodge your registration number at the bar.
- Queen's Head
2 High Road
Friendly roadside village pub close to River Wey Navigation. Good value meals are very popular with changing seasonal menu. Children's play area at rear of pub. Regular quiz nights on Mondays.
- Blue Anchor 155 High Road Byfleet KT14 7RL (01932) 346301
- Ascot Brewing Company Tap Room
Unit 4 Lawrence Way
Tap Room for the Ascot Brewing Company. Opened in December 2019, with the brewery itself relocating to the site early in 2020.
A selection of beers in bottle and on draught from the core Ascot range, together with their Disruption is Brewing craft range are available. Also on sale are bottled beers from Belgium. In addition to the bottle conditioned beer, draught real ale is available occasionally.
In addition to the regular opening hours you are welcome to stop by during the week between 9am and 6pm for a casual drink.
23 Park Street
A traditional old Town Centre two-roomed pub that has now been opened up to a modern contemporary style single-roomed pub. Tribute, and London Pride are served here, the pub also sells Old Rosie Cider on draught. Peroni and Kozel are among the keg choices. A selection of Belgian and craft bottled beers are located in the fridge. This is a handy pub to pop into if you are out shopping in Camberley Town Centre, with reasonably-priced pub food available, including Roasts on Sundays. A lively place in the evenings, too, with a wide range of ages enjoying Quiz Nights on Mondays, poker on Tuesdays, and live music playing on Thursdays.
173-175 London Road
Inviting café bar, which is lightly themed as a log cabin, with lots of wood. A random selection of tables and chairs lead to a relaxed feel. The single room is long and thin and leads to a suntrap garden at the rear. The walls are adorned with old album covers and art by local artists which is for sale. Music may be provided by a vinyl record player. A selection of bottled ciders and ales, a couple of which are bottle conditioned, are available as well as local gins. Food consists primarily of paninis and salads at lunch time, and charcuterie and cheese in the evening.
- Camberley & District Club
171 London Road
This private members’ club was founded in 1903, and lies on the outskirts of Camberley’s shopping centre, near the A30 road, offering a quiet refuge for members from the rush of modern life in the town itself! Light snacks are available, and 2 cask ales, as well as draught Guinness, lagers, and cider. There used to be 3 full-sized Snooker Tables in the back room, but one of these has given way to a Pool Table now, and good use is made of all these tables at various times of the day. Cribbage and Poker are also popular, and there are Quiz Evenings on the 3rd Saturday of each month. What used to be a separate room can now be partitioned off for meetings as/when required.
- Camberley Rugby Club
Watchetts Recreation Ground, Park Road
The club was founded in 1931, and reformed after WW2 in time for the 1947/48 rugby season. The current clubhouse was built around the existing changing facilities at what used to be the cricket club. The main bar upstairs is spacious enough to accomodate up to 100 diners for pre-match lunches, Burns Night events, etc., and can be hired for private functions. There's a smaller 'lounge bar' below, which can be used separately, or act as an overflow when upstairs is particularly busy e.g. during rugby season Saturdays!. The opening hours quoted are Winter hours the summer hours are Tuesday to Friday 6-10.00pm, Saturday 11.00am to 6pm and Sunday 12noon to 4pm.The licence now allows non-members to access the club and buy drinks.
- Camberley Town Football Club
This friendly Club bar is enthusiastically supported by the Supporters Club and in addition to match days, opens for them for a couple of hours every Friday evening, where a quiz and raffle are held. The bar is open on match days and is also regularly used for a whole range of events, such as live music, race nights etc.
- Carpenters Arms
59 Park Street
This is a traditional pub, with a central bar serving 3 interconnected areas, and being in the main walkway of the shopping centre is a popular spot for both food and drinks throughout the day. Now owned by Greene King, but trade is such that they can sustain 2 or 3 Guest Ales, generally including those from local breweries, and a Real Cider in the Summer months. In keeping with modern trends there’s also a range of about 20 Gins to choose from, as well as various refrigerated cans/ bottles of beers. The dartboard was removed during a ‘refurb’ a few years ago, but reintroduced here about 2017, and has proved popular. Also popular are the Thursday evening sessions of ‘Rock-and-Roll Bingo’, and Quiz nights on Sundays. Live bands on alternate Fridays, with Karaoke on intermediate Saturdays, and TV’s in several locations attract a good number of sports fans. Overall, a good community pub, supporting local charities, and also giving a 10% discount to card-carrying CAMRA members (including half-pints).
- Claude du Vall
77-81 High Street
In common with most Wetherspoon pubs the Claude du Vall is located very near Camberley Station and bus stops, and within the town’s busy shopping area: this ensures a steady trade from not only the local community but also those who come to Camberley for a day or evening out. A variety of furniture and styles of layout create a different feel to different parts of the large, modern interior, while the long bar serves the whole pub - some tables and chairs are also out on the pavement. There are three regular cask ales plus four guests, generally including at least one LocAle and a dark beer, and a real cider or two. Several TV screens are mounted on the walls, generally with sound off, and showing News programmes.
220 Frimley Road
The landlady, Amy Follows, has been here for over 13 years now, and clearly enjoys running this pub, especially busy for lunch and evening meals, with a wide range of food at competitive prices. The spacious interior is partially set up for dining, while the area around the bar is intended more for casual drinking and chatting, but is also used for dining. There’s also a significant patio and garden area, well used in good weather, and plenty of parking spaces. Normally 3 regular Cask Ales on, but a Guest beer may be added occasionally. Cask Ales are reduced in price for everybody on Mondays, and at a discount of 20p/pint for card-carrying CAMRA members on any other day. The pub is also very busy on Tuesday and Thursday Quiz Nights, probably attracting many from nearby Frimley, as well as Camberley and elsewhere on local bus route 1.
- Duke of York
88 High Street
Spacious modern bar, lively at weekends, quieter at other times. Previously called The Goose as part of that group within Mitchells & Butler it was renamed The Duke of York in July 2015, taking over the name from the deceased pub on the A30. It offers low-cost meals throughout the day, and the Sports TV’s enable customers to have a choice of the many sports programmes available. Although 5 hand-pumps are installed only Doom Bar and Greene King are generally on offer.
- Royal Standard
115 Frimley Road
The pub was opened in 1871 and was an ale house until 1950. Originally built as two houses it was converted to one property some time ago. Situated on the Frimley Road, a mile south west of the town centre, serving the local community. The cask ales are normally confined to the Greene King portfolio, but sometimes include others. A complete refurb in August 2017 included moving the pool table and darts to a ‘Sports Bar’ at the front of the building, and creating a small restaurant area at the back.
- Station Tap
71-73 High Street
Rebranded as the Station Tap in May 2019 . The pub was bought by Stonegate and opened as the Surrey Arms in March 2014 after a two clear closure following a major fire in May 2012 whilst a Yates’ Wine Bar.
A larger airy open plan layout with plenty of TV screen showing live sport. There are also booths around the edge of the pub with their own individual TV screen. In addition to the real ale offering there are 10 craft keg beers, unusually including nearby Siren Craft. The craft keg beers are sold at a reduced rate from 5pm on Monday. The pub is in the centre of Camberley’s shopping area this is a popular place at various times of day for people from all parts of the community. Quiz nights on Monday with DJ’s playing music on Friday and Saturday nights make this one of the more vibrant places in town. Pool, a selection of board games and retro games consoles are also on offer.
A large, modern pub built in 1970 as part of the Heatherside development for the new community, and serves it well. It is one of the few post-war pubs to be listed, having secured listing in May 2018. Pub was taken over by Blackrose Pub in 2019 and reopened on 31st October 2019 following a £400,000 refurbishment. The layout of the main bar has altered, the Sports Bar extended and a large mezzanine level. The ground floor comprises 2 bars, one being a "Sports Bar" including darts and pool, while the main bar is split up into a number of cosy areas with lounge furniture, as is the upstairs seating area. TV's are located in strategic places for sports events, and the front garden area is well used during the summer months. The pub opens at 9am for breakfast.
- Ascot Brewing Company Tap Room Unit 4 Lawrence Way Camberley GU15 3DL (01276) 686696
- Crown Inn
The Green, Petworth Road
A wonderfully attractive 14th-century building. The main bar area has a large inglenook fireplace. There are wooden beams throughout with an open-plan layout, but with several distinct drinking and dining areas. The main dining area has wood panelling and stain glassed windows. Grade II*-listed. Real Ales are a mix of national and well known local beers. As well as lunch and dinner, breakfast is available for both residents and non-residents. Booking is recommended for Sunday lunch and takeaway meals are also offered.
The Crown Inn has s, featuring ancient beams and original sloping floors, three superior doubles and one single. All rooms have en suite facilities and beautifully comfy beds and soft fluffy towels in the bathrooms.
- Mulberry Inn
The Mulberry is on the A483 just north of the Surrey/Sussex Border. Formerly the Ramsnest Inn it has been developed as a pub restaurant, with a modern airy feel. Set out on three levels, the rear two are laid out as a restaurant, with subdued red painted walls, whilst the main bar has a similar colour scheme, together with a number of framed French posters on the walls. The bar is furnished with sturdy wooden tables for less formal dining and is where those just wanting a drink are welcome. Fresh flowers are laid out on all tables and there is an impressive fireplace, sadly no longer used. Free Wifi is available, ask for the code. Note, the pub may close early if there are no bookings. Outside, a traditional wooden veranda is retained and there is a large garden, with sturdy climbing frame for the children. The garden has many substantial tables for dining or drinking and is surrounded by a large number of mature trees, and there are also apple trees within the garden itself.
- Winterton Arms
This traditional pub, with timbered gables, bay windows, and ivy-covered walls was once the northern gateway to the estate of Lord Winterton. Comfortably furnished, and with a roaring fire in the Winter months, the pub has a cozy feel to it, while in the Summer months the tree-filled garden is well used. There is a separate restaurant area off to one side, although you can dine anywhere in the pub. Food is also available as takeaways, using local produce wherever possible. There is a strong focus on local breweries, resulting in their accreditation to CAMRA’s “Locale” scheme. In addition to the real ales there are a further half dozen keg beers on tap and a fridge full of an eclectic range of bottled and canned beers from, predominantly London-based micro-breweries.
- Crown Inn The Green, Petworth Road Chiddingfold GU8 4TX moc.dlofgniddihcnworceht@seiriuqne(01428) 682255
- Percy Arms
75 Dorking Road
A large multi roomed pub on different levels recently renovated in a very modern style, decorated with a variety of South African artefacts, reflecting the heritage of the management. Mainly food led but a dedicated bar area to the right hand side of the entrance. The garden enjoys quite splendid views.
- Percy Arms 75 Dorking Road Chilworth GU4 8NP ten.smraycrepeht@ofni(01483) 561765
- Chobham Rugby Football Club
Fowlers, Wells Windsor Road
Popular Rugby club north of Chobham village. Bar opening times vary depending on matches. Food generally available when open. Large function area used for many differing events
- Four Horseshoes
13-15 Burrow Hill Green
Cosy dining pub that also welcomes drinkers, composed of several intimate areas. Set back from the B383 behind a green on the northern outskirts of the village. "Dogs and Muddy Boots Welcome" making it a great place for refreshment after a walk on Chobham Common.
- Horse & Groom
30 High St, Chobham
Former hairdressers that is the Branch's first micro-pub. The site used to be part of a pub called the Horse and Groom that closed in 1960. Various quirky tables including one called the Saddle! To the rear are two compact patios, the first covered and the second open. Opening was delayed due to the outbreak of Covid-19 but the Horse & Groom finally opened its doors on 14th July 2020. Three hand pumps are complemented by 8 keg taps serving local craft ales, lagers and stouts. Local traditional still cider and a range of wines and spirits including their own Lockdown gin and bear it. No food, but a selection of bar snacks offered. Alternatively bring your own food, pizzas can be ordered from a few doors down.
- Red Lion
Red Lion Road
Tucked away down a side road to the north of Chobham on the edge of Chobham Common. Popular with walkers and locals, but since a £250,000 refurbishment in July 2019 it has been transformed into a food-led pub with a large restaurant. With a strong emphasis on local produce the pub won a Trip Advisor dining award in September 2020.
- Sun Inn
Upmarket pub restaurant with a separate bar area. Comfortably furnished, and popular with a wide range of people for both food and drinks. The Guest Beer is generally a Locale, and changes monthly.
- White Hart
58 High Street
Refurbished in 2015 and free of tie with five real ales on offer. The house beer, Brunning & Price Traditional is St Austell Cornish Best Bitter rebadged and is always available, but the other four could come from any of the many local breweries. Their aim is always to cover a range of styles and strengths from the five ales available. The pub encourages fine dining with two restaurant areas downstairs and a private dining room upstairs. There is a less formal area for drinkers/diners as you enter the pub. This area extends to an outside patio, adjacent to the historic High Street. To the rear of the car park is a further large garden that overlooks the cricket grounds. This is a lovely rambling building with various interesting nooks and crannies. Local views of Old Chobham adorn the walls alongside more modern photographic images.
- Chobham Rugby Football Club Fowlers, Wells Windsor Road Chobham GU24 8LD (01276) 858616
- Church Crookham
- Foresters Inn
Formerly Friary Meux now marketed as Country Pub Dining, the focus here is clearly on food and wine, but up to three real ales are available. A single L-shaped bar is decorated in a modern rustic style, with logs and solid wooden tables. The area to the left of the entrance is laid out for formal dining. This area contains the pubs suspended fire pit. The remainder of the pub is more informal with a book shelf to browse and boxes of magazines to dip into. Popular with families, especially in the summer, and all year round dog walkers calling in after a stroll on adjacent woodland. Caricatures are on the walls in the bar. Outside is a large beer garden with an attractive verandah, adorned with flowers. Food is available all day, may stay open later, but opening hours aren't advertised, so ring if planning a late evening visit. There are two large car parks, one either side of the road.
- Fox & Hounds
71 Crookham Road
You are always assured a warm welcome at this family and dog friendly pub. This open plan pub, with three separate seating areas, is situated alongside a picturesque section of the Basingstoke Canal. On fine days you can sit outside observing the wildlife and watching the barges and canoes going past. There are four real ales, including a guest which is sourced from the Star Pubs (Heineken) approved list. The pub has built up a good reputation for its home made freshly cooked food, featuring an imaginative menu and several specials. Booking recommended! There is live music on every Friday night and a pub quiz is held once a fortnight on a Tuesday night. There is also a dart board in a lovely wood panelled room and a resident darts team. A boat rally is held on the canal in May and September organised by a local group. Also a charity music festival August bank holiday weekend. There are lots of photos of the pub from yesteryear displayed on the pub walls. One of particular interest shows the pub with its "Farnham United Breweries" signage from 1915.
Beacon Hill Road
A food led pub refurbished in December 2016. Very close to Tweseldown racecourse, which hosted the 1948 Olympic equestrian events, there has been a pub on this site since around 1840. Popular with families and dogs are welcome at all times. Quiz night in Tuesday and live music is regularly held on Friday evenings.
75 Aldershot Road
Pronounced “Wivvern”, to rhyme with “given” this is a community local, which can become very lively at times especially during sporting events but is still very family friendly. Darts are played and there is a regular Thursday quiz night . 6-screens show premier league football and other sporting events.
There is a sunny garden which includes heated beach huts. The pub has live music, often tribute acts, and supports local charities with fund raising events.
- Foresters Inn Aldershot Road Church Crookham GU52 9EP ku.oc.gninid-sretserof@ofni(01252) 616503
- Bel & The Dragon
Acquired by Fuller's in June 2018. Spacious and comfortable in the style of an old County Inn, with the emphasis on food and wine, but real ale is also supported. Food is served all day Saturday & Sunday. The Inn is located opposite the Sculpture Park, the World’s largest all year sculpture exhibition. Designed and built by C Marden in 1868 at one time it was Lloyd George (UK Prime minister's local) also Victoria letter box in pub wall. Large pub garden for summer.
- Churt Club
Old Kiln Lane
Located on the village green in the centre of Churt village, There are darts and a large screen TV in the main hall, with a pool table in the Rose Room and a separate skittle alley. Various events are held including music bingo, quiz nights, games and themed evenings.
- Crossways Inn
An excellent traditional village inn with a warm welcome for all. The Crossways is in the centre of the village of Churt and is at the centre of village life. There is a comfortable saloon bar and an old-fashioned, quarry-tiled “public” with a darts board. Two regular ales and four changing guest beers, two of which are fetched from their casks in the cellar; they usually include local ales and a stout or porter. If a beer is not up to standard it will be changed without question and removed from sale. Three traditional ciders are usually available and may be from any independent cider-maker. Good value food is served at lunchtimes (except Sundays) with soups and sandwiches available as alternatives to full meals. Wednesday evenings are fish and chips nights but other menu items may also be available. The Crossways is within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and close to the South Downs National Park amidst good walking country, including Frensham Ponds and Common, the Devil’s Punchbowl, Gibbet Hill, Waggoners’ Wells and Alice Holt Forest. Other attractions nearby include Thursley National Nature Reserve, The Rural Life Centre, The Sculpture Park and several attractive villages such as Tilford, on the River Wey.
- Frensham Pond Hotel
Gloriously situated on the banks of Frensham Great Pond, with wonderful views across the lake. The hotel has a relaxing bar, called Indigo, which is open to non-residents. The bar is a single room, comfortably furnished in a contemporary style with sofas and a TV in one corner, generally tuned to the news. Alternatively you can ignore the wider world and sit on the patio gazing out over the lake. Opening hours may vary and you may have to ring reception to be served at quiet times.
- Bel & The Dragon Jumps Road Churt GU10 2LD email@example.com(01428) 605799
- Withies Inn
A traditional 16th century free house with an extensive garden, modernised but retaining many traditional features, giving a pleasant ambience.
- Withies Inn Withies Lane Compton GU3 1JA moc.liamg@snoitavreserseihtiw(01483) 421158
- Ivy Leaf Club
111 Cove Road
Real ale was reintroduced early in 2014 at this popular members club, which hosts a range of events. Monday is Texas Poker Night, Sunday bingo and every other Tuesday is Quiz Night. Skittles is also held once a month. BT Sport is also shown. Bands regularly play on a Saturday night.
- Monkey Puzzle
101 Ively Road
This Brewers Fayre pub restaurant is a converted farmhouse & boasts a large garden containing, of course, a namesake Monkey Puzzle tree! Food is served all day and it opens at 6.30am to 10.30am for breakfast Monday to Saturday and 7.00am to 11.00am for breakfast on a Sunday.
- Plough & Horses
90 Fleet Road
Something of a western outpost for Shepherd Neame, on the main road between Farnborough and Fleet. Built at the turn of the 20th century, this imposing, brick-built pub offers two of their regular beers, plus the seasonal offering. An attractive wooden and glass, L-shaped bar serves two interconnected drinking areas, together with a separate restaurant. Food is available all sessions. Low ceilings and an open fire give the pub a cosy feel. A range of activities to entertain the predominantly local clientèle, include darts, TV throughout, free wifi and a quiz every Thursday. There is a heated and lit smoking shelter and a large beer garden with plenty of seating.
- Snow Goose
135 Fernhill Road
The pub was extensively refurbished in November 2015. This is a large modern pub, offering beer, fresh locally sourced food and a range of events for its local community. The building is predominantly open plan, with a number of separate areas, including a light, airy conservatory and a homely restaurant area all served from a large central bar. Food is available all day until 9pm with roasts on a Sunday and breakfast served 10-11 on Sunday. A popular weekly quiz is held on Wednesday, sports TV and free Wi-Fi are available. There are two gardens one of which is a Family Garden with a play area and animals. There is also there is a patio area available outside. The pub is the current Star Pubs and Bars 2019 Pub of the Year.
- Thatched Cottage
122 Prospect Road
Following closure in June 2019 when Greene King chose not to renew the lease new licensees have taken the Thatched Cottage over on a 20-year free of tie lease.
The pub has been refurbished and reopened on 19th August 2021.
Previously a private home this thatched pub in the western suburbs of Farnborough has served it's local community for over 50 years.
- Tradesmans Arms
57 Cove Road
Warm, welcoming two room locals' pub. One side caters for pub games and has a pool table and the other side is pleasant lounge area.
- Ivy Leaf Club 111 Cove Road Cove GU14 0HF moc.kooltuo@faelyvievoc(01252) 542962
- Hampshire Arms
Set in the picturesque hamlet of Crondall (featured in the Doomsday Book) this is a single bared pub with exposed oak beams also has a separate restaurant, which stretches back at the rear of the pub into a number of nooks and crannies. There is also an attractive snug bar with a couple of armchairs and dining tables. The pub features an interesting bar game called, 'Ringing the Bull' which involves trying to hook a brass ring on the end of a piece of string onto a bulls skull hung on the wall. There is a large garden to the rear of the pub and a few tables at the front, together with a bicycle rack.
- Plume Of Feathers
In the heart of Crondall, this is a lovely traditional village pub, with loads of character. A large L-shaped front bar, with a wide variety of foreign banknotes attached to the beams, There is also a quiet atmospheric rear room, mainly set aside for food. There is a secluded patio at the rear of the pub as well as tables at the front, adjacent to the road. Every year in early June the pub plays host to the Crondall Triathlon.
- Hampshire Arms Pankridge Street Crondall GU10 5QU moc.liamg@smrAerihspmah(01252) 850418
- Crookham Village
- Crookham Street Social Club
Crookham Street Social Club (CSSC) is a local club that has been at the heart of the community for the better part of the last century, it offers dartboards, a pool table and snooker room as well as a friendly welcome and laid back atmosphere. Poker is also played in the Hi 5 Poker League. Guests are welcome should they wish to try our facilities with a view to becoming new members. There is a large Car Park at the rear. The spacious Main Hall provides the perfect setting for parties or those larger meetings of your Club or Group. There is also a stage which is ideal for either a Disco or Band. Three smaller rooms can be hired for smaller gatherings.
Food led free house, refurbished during the Spring of 2011. Three temperature controlled handpumps serve beers from Red Mist, the Tilford Brewery, Hogs Back and changing local ale. There is an extensive lunch and evening food menu which include Gluten Free options. Although food led there is a comfortable separate informal seating area with a log burner. Monday night is burger night. Families are warmly welcomed, as are dogs. There are three in residence at the pub, and they are always keen to make new doggy friends. There is even a tub of dog biscuits on the bar to welcome them in! There are games on the shelf in the snug bar area, and snugly blankets to take outside to keep you warm too. It is set in a pleasant rural location with patio seating outside at the front and further seating in the rear garden. It has a large car park and is about 200 yards from the beautiful Basingstoke canal.
- Spice Merchant
Village pub, formerly the Black Horse, reopened as the Spice Merchant in 2018 after a period of closure. Redecorated in a light, airy style it specialises in Thai and other South East Asian food. The front area is laid out more as a pub and welcomes drinkers, especially by the bar. The walls are adorned with various memorabilia all of which are for sale. Only one real ale is available. The pub was successfully registered as an Asset of Community Value in April 2017.
- Crookham Street Social Club The Street Crookham Village GU51 5SJ 07770 263456
A 150-year-old hidden gem tucked away in a rural setting with a large garden and plenty of parking is a truly independent family run pub The open-plan interior was refurbished in February 2016 and has a light, contemporary feel with three different seating areas for both formal and informal dining as well as sitting and chatting over a drink. Occasional music nights and beer festivals are held, which are well-attended. Look out for the posters when you arrive. This pub is popular with locals, families, foodies, and dog-walkers. In fact everyone! Many people enjoy a beer here after a walk in nearby Alice Holt Forest. The pub was voted Eagle Radio listeners Surrey and Hampshire's best pub of the year award 2017 out of 70 pubs nominated for voting. The breweries listed are the main ones that supply the pub, but the beers that the breweries send will vary - pop in often to catch your favourite!
- Bluebell Batts Corner Dockenfield GU10 4EX moc.duolci@dleifnekcodllebeulb(01252) 792801
- Queen's Head
The pub is a traditional pub/restaurant serving food both at lunchtime and in the evening. The food is table ordered. Their are two large bar areas either side of a central bar which is immediately inside the front door. Two National Real Ales are usually kept on the bar. The pub retains a nice traditional ambience.
- Queen's Head Pilcot Lane Dogmersfield RG27 8SY (01252) 613531
- Sun Inn
Overlooking the village green, this is the quintessential country pub, the hub of local life. A cosy interior with many exposed wooden beams affirms that part of the pub was a coach house about 400 years ago; a log fire adds to the warm welcome in winter. A single L-shaped central bar allows dispense to the two main public areas, and there is a further separate room doubling up as a restaurant and function room, according to need. As well as its own beer garden, there are bench tables on the village green in front of the pub which are popular in good weather. There is a dartboard and TVs are available for news and national sports events. Three ever changing guest ales are available, usually from local breweries but also from further afield. In addition to its Cask Marque accreditation, the pub also has a Gold Award for Eat Out/Eat Well and is accredited by Slimming World. Having acquired the freehold to the pub in 2015, the landlady and her husband are activist pub campaigners who have influenced government pubs policies and continue to fight against malpractice by the large pubcos.
- Sun Inn The Common Dunsfold GU8 4LE ten.dlofsnud@nninus(01483) 200242
- Stag on the River
Dating back to 1771, the Stag was purchased by local pub company Red Mist in 2009 from Punch Taverns. Whilst modernised, this ivy clad pub retains much of its original character with oak-beamed ceilings and a maze of rooms served from a small bar by the main entrance. Whilst much of the pub is laid out for dining, the bar area itself, has a tiled floor and is uncluttered allowing one to linger. There are also sofas to relax in, next to one of several open fires. The display of antlers over the bar, together with the lampshades, also of antlers, will appeal some whilst appalling others, but reflect a long history of hunting, shooting and fishing, which is re-enforced by many of the pictures and cases of fly-fishing bait adorning the walls.Outside an attractive garden leads down to the mill race and beneath the mill itself (now a business park), to the rear of the pub, where once a brewery was situated. There is also an attractive decked area where one can relax in warm weather, or even snuggle up under the blankets which are provided.Food is important here and served every lunchtime and evening, and all day Sunday. It is not cheap, but is well regarding, featuring local produce.
- Stag on the River Eashing GU7 2QG ku.oc.gnihsaerevirehtnogats@sgnikoob(01483) 421568
- East Clandon
- Queen's Head
17th century pub with an attractive red half-brick and timber frontage, just north of the A246 between Guildford and Leatherhead and conveniently situated for Hatchlands and Clandon Park National Trust properties. Whilst drinkers are always welcome, the focus is very much on food, with a single high table opposite the main bar available for drinkers at busy times. The pub retains a mulit-roomed layout on different levels, with a large wood-burning stove in the main bar and log fires in other rooms. It has been decorated in a contemporary design, with photographs of East Clandon on the walls throughout. Outside is a large terrace, which acts as a un trap and hence is very popular in the Summer months. The food has a good reputation with particular emphasis on the use of local ingredients.
- Queen's Head The Street East Clandon GU4 7RY ku.oc.nodnalctsaedaehsneeuq@sgnikoob(01483) 222332
- East Horsley
- Drift Golf Club
Golf club with bar, restaurant and function room open to visitors.
- Duke Of Wellington
The Duke of Wellington is an ancient country pub with a striking appearance thanks to Lord Lovelace’s Victorian passion for decorative brickwork. It sits at the top of Ockham Road South by the green – ready to entertain friends and strangers alike with warm hospitality. The Duke of Wellington was acquired by the Peach group of gastropubs in December 2016 as was refurbished in early 2017. Breakfast is served from 9.30am, full menus are available at lunch and dinner and hot food is available all day. There is a small pétanque pitch with balls is in the garden.
- Drift Golf Club The Drift East Horsley KT24 5HD (01483) 284641
- Plough Inn
The Plough Inn is one of two pubs in Effingham, it is a quiet pub with and integral restaurant, and a fine sized garden. It has friendly staff and serves well kept beer. They also have a good looking menu, check their website for more details.
- Plough Inn Orestan Lane Effingham KT24 5SW ku.oc.snrevatsge@mahgniffehguolp(01372) 303105
- Elstead Royal British Legion Club
Staceys Farm, Thursley Road
The Elstead Royal British Legion is housed in a wonderful timber-framed Grade II listed 16th century former famehouse. The club has a strong pubby feel and CAMRA Members are welcome to visit for a drink. There are two separate rooms; the main bar is comfortably furnished and leading off this is a second room with a TV and pool tablee, which can also be used for separate functions. The two well-priced regular beers and supplemented by a changing guest beer often from a smaller brewery, often chosen from customer requests. They also have a dart board and have a bowls club with green.
- Golden Fleece
Like most of its neighbours it does well on the food front with an excellent franchised Thai kitchen (not Monday lunchtimes.) Indeed it was one of the first Thai restaurants in the UK outside of London, being established 20 years ago. The food is available for takeaway on Thursday - Saturday evenings. Nevertheless, it is very much a pub though and drinkers are very welcome. Four hand pumps, offer two regular beers, with Seafarer and HSB rotating by the season and complimented by a couple of guest beers. Don't plan on a quick pint, drinkers often get beguiled by the smell of the food and end up eating. (Table reservation recommended at busy times.) Live music is provided on a Sunday evening.
- Mill at Elstead
Large, attractive pub, set in part of a 19th century mill; the wheel still turns in the lower half of the building. A rambling building with a number of interconnecting dining and drinking areas on several floors, complemented by comfortable and cosy alcoves. There is a large riverside garden, with adjacent grassland ideal for walking the dog. A regular comedy night is held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. An annual Festival on August Bank Holiday Saturday and there is occasional live theatre in the garden during the Summer months
- Woolpack Inn
The Woolpack situated in the heart of Elstead adjacent to the village green, dates back to the 17th century and was originally a wool exchange, The pub is popular with walkers there is a beer garden to the rear and additional tables at the front. Decorated in a contemporary style, there is a separate dining area but home-cooked food served throughout. There is a strong focus on Italian food, with a special Italian night on Thursday, complemented by steak night Friday and fish on Saturday; a Sunday carvery is also available. There is a real fire in winter and both families and dogs are welcome.
- Elstead Royal British Legion Club Staceys Farm, Thursley Road Elstead GU8 6DG (01252) 702195
- White Hart
moc.liamg@yelsrevetrahetihw(0118) 973 2817
A friendly, traditional 17th Century country pub, with a mainly local clientele. There are two separate bars, the main bar is dark, with primarily wood furnishing and a parquet floor. There are two real fires providing a homely feel in winter. The brighter back bar is simply furnished and leads out to a covered smoking area and thence to the small enclosed garden. Sky Sports on large screen in the back bar. Dogs are made very welcome throughout the pub. The pub is also home for the Marauders Rugby Union touring team.
- White Hart The Street Eversley RG27 0PJ moc.liamg@yelsrevetrahetihw(0118) 973 2817
- Eversley Centre
- Golden Pot
(0118) 973 2104
Picture postcard village pub that was formerly two red brick cottages dating back to the 18th century and parts of the pub are over 350 years old. Dainty cottage windows with creepers on the outside walls and colourful plants and flowers adorn the seating area at the front of the pub. The bar has a striking stained glass feature. The pub serves high quality wholesome food which is also available in small plate options. All the food is home cooked using fresh local ingredients sourced from local suppliers and table booking is recommended. Another delightful feature is The Snug and Vineyard garden at the rear of the pub surrounded by tubs and baskets of beautiful flowers, complete with picnic style tables and chairs and extensive views over fields and the countryside. Children and dogs are welcomed, there is live music and events such as a comedy night on an occasional basis (go to the pub website for details).
- Golden Pot Reading Road Eversley Centre RG27 0NB (0118) 973 2104
- Eversley Cross
moc.sbuphcaep@sreuqehceht(0118) 402 7065
First and foremost a gastro-pub, whilst still welcoming to those just fancying a beer. The Chequers is characterised by a number of interconnecting rooms, with low ceiling and black and white beams. The walls are adorned with photographs of film stars with more prosaic Beano comics in the gents! One end is laid out as a restaurant, with an open fire and stove, whilst the area nearer the bar has more comfortable, informal seating, for both drinking and dining. There is also a large garden. Food available all day, including breakfast from 9.30.
- Frog & Wicket
ku.oc.srelluf@tekciwdnagorf(0118) 973 1126
A spacious double fronted pub, with the focus on food, in a great location directly opposite the cricket green with plenty of car parking space available. Taken over by Fullers in August 2013, with a major refurbishment. As the pub's name suggests the interior displays an array of both froggy and sporting memorabilia and you can play Put the Ring on the Hog's Horn. There is a wood stove in the separate dining room area which is adjacent to the main bar. There is also a grade II listed skittle alley (still functioning and can be booked for parties, celebrations etc) immediately outside with connections going back to World War II. This skittle alley is also the venue where the annual ale festival (Eversley v Lashings cricket event in late May) takes place together with special food and music nights which take place throughout the year. There is a large garden at the rear of the pub containing a well equipped playground for children. Quiz night is Tuesday.
- Chequers Eversley Cross RG27 0NS moc.sbuphcaep@sreuqehceht(0118) 402 7065
Reopened on 9th October under new management, information below here may therefore be out of date. A traditional and very welcoming village local pub which after long periods of uncertainty has now entered a vibrant and optimistic period of ownership under enthusiastic local couple Jill and Sandy. The pub was listed as an Asset of Community Value in the Summer 2014 and a new lease with Punch Taverns is now in place. The pub has an open plan layout with a lounge/dining room and an adjoining snug/bar together with a separate function room in the back. All areas of the pub are served from a central, oval shaped wooden bar. Real fire and stove, with attractive friezes above the fireplaces in the dining room. Home-cooked food and traditional roast dinners available on Sunday lunchtimes, table booking on Sunday advised. There are a couple of seats outside the front of the pub, but the jewel in the crown is the very extensive private rear garden complete with wonderful views, with the added bonus of an 18 hole pitch and putt golf course and barbecue facility, perfect for relaxation in spring and summer. Quiz night the first Thursday of the month.
- Windmill Church Lane Ewshot GU10 5BJ (01252) 850439
74 Victoria Road
The Alexandra is the only real pub remaining in the centre of Farnborough. Its single bar, is attractively decorated with Edwardian wallpaper and frames. There is one pump for ales generally stocking Purity's ales or Doombar. The Alex entertains its guests with a dartboard, juke box, two outdoor TV screens, live music at weekends and quiz nights (Tuesday). Poker night is Monday. Accommodation is provides accommodation in three en suite rooms.
Beefeater restaurant opened in the Summer 2016, as part of a new Premier Inn in the centre of Farnborough. Larger picture windows make the venue light and airy and offer a view across the town centre. It offers all that you would expect from this chain, opening early for breakfast, when beer is not available. Primarily a restaurant, though drinkers only are welcome and will normally be accommodated in the area to the right of the entrance.
- Cody Sports & Social Club
Old Ively Road
A large club house with comfortable seats and tables all around the walls of the lounge with a separate bar area at the far end of the room. There is a side room where live music is played occasionally. The Clubhouse overlooks an outdoor bowling green and there is a separate snooker room and a pool table in the lobby area.The clubhouse is off the beaten track being where the old National Gas Turbine Establishment (NGTE) used to be.
- Crab & Anchor
5 Links Way
Modern pub serving the leafy Southwood district, tucked away behind Morrisons so look out for the signs. The large open-plan interior is mainly laid out for dining with most tables laid for four or even six place settings. Food dominates with an extensive and varied menu of main meals but there is also a good range of lighter lunchtime bar snacks. There is a small drinkers' area by the bar, partially separated from the dining area by a wooden lattice partition, with tall bar tables and bar stools you can perch on. Doom Bar is supplemented by a changing guest beer normally from Caledonian.
- Farnborough Football Club
A very large lounge with a bar to the right hand side serving occasional real ales from two hand pumps mainly on matchdays or function days. Upstairs is a members lounge area with another bar. Darts and pool are catered for in the main bar area. Nicely laid out seats and tables are predominantly to the left hand side of the downstairs lounge. Will be open on a Tuesday or Wednesday if its a matchday.
Greene King hostelry, in "Hungry Horse" format, opened in May 2013. Located on the edge of the Farnborough Business Park, just off the A325 Farnborough Rd, behind Barons BMW dealership, it's well-placed to capture trade from the "Farnborough Central" residential development that has sprung up there. Offering plenty of diversions with a pool table, gaming machines, and widescreen sports TVs at one end, and a large outside kiddy play area at the other. The large interior is mainly open-plan with judicious pillars and partitions to break it up a little. The large tables cater for families and social groups. Although tied to Greene King, two guest ales from independent brewers are usually available.
- Goat in the Garden
21 Church Avenue
Set in the affluent Farnborough Park area, the Goat in the Garden is an attractive bar, hidden away in the grounds of a small hotel, Melford House, but accessed via its own entrance at 21 Church Avenue. The single bar stocks up to five changing guest beers, sourced from local breweries. The bar is only invited guests: CAMRA members have been extended an open invitation, but please send a message first as the bar may be temporarily closed from time to time.
- Prince of Wales
184 Rectory Road
Having featured in the Good Beer Guide for over 30 years and won the local Pub of the Year award on countless occasions, it was no surprise when the pub was selected as one of 32 pubs to receive a Golden Award to celebrate CAMRA's 50th anniversary.
This free house has an enviable reputation with beer-lovers, both near and far, especially being only a couple of minutes walk from Farnborough North station. A cosy pub, it has a central bar around which are several distinct, but interconnected areas, the lower ‘snug’ having five guest beers (including generally some dark and/or local beers), and the central area having four regular beers, plus a lower priced “Session Beer“, which changes every couple of months. A craft keg bar was introduced in 2019, towards the back snug, with half a dozen beers dispensed from it, invariably including beers from Siren Craft. There is a wonderful wood-burning stove between the snug and seating area. A box or two of real cider is also normally available as well as a keg cider. Trestle tables at the front and back are popular in fine weather, while the back patio can be covered, and heaters are available when required. The annual beer festival in October is hugely popular, generally concentrating on a particular area of the country’s beers. Good pub lunches are available throughout the week, and in the evenings curries are available on Mondays and pies, fish and chips on Friday. For further entertainment there’s a Quiz Night on the first Sunday, and live music on the third Sunday of each month. Various charity events are held during the year.
- Sarsen Stones
10 Apollo Rise
New build pub opened in May 2017 in the west of Farnborough opposite the Morrison's Store. A very large L shaped area with tables of different combinations all laid out in a modern style and setting. There is a strong emphasis on food.
91 Farnborough Road
This is a large imposing building on the A325, half a mile south of the town centre on the eastern side of Farnborough Airport. Inside it is one bright and airy continuous space stretching in both directions from the single central bar. Clever use of partitions creates three distinct areas: tables laid for dining are down a few steps to the right, and there are mixed use areas in front of and to the left of the bar where it is equally OK to eat or just enjoy drinks. The decor is modern with a wooden floor and aviation themed pictures adorning the walls. The four handpumps feature ales from smaller independent breweries across south east and south central England. There is usually one which will be from a local brewery such as Ascot, Hog's Back or Triple fff. Although the beer range changes constantly, Wingtip Brewing's Autopilot golden ale is a frequent flyer and beers from Dorset Brewing are also regular visitors. The other beers are well chosen for a variety of styles and tastes and quality is consistently good, earning the pub an entry in the Good Beer Guide in recent years. The pub is under the same management as the nearby Aviator hotel so the food is "gastro" style with an excellent reputation and represents good value for the quality. On weekday lunchtimes there is an additional "bar menu" with reasonably priced sandwiches and lighter meals. The pub holds monthly live music events and also a monthly quiz. Quarterly open mic nights are arranged as well. There is a good view of the airport runway from the terrace and grassed area of the beer garden. This makes it a popular venue during the bi-annual Farnborough Air Show week in July. A mini beer festival is held at this time with around 12 - 16 ales from small independent breweries across London and southern England. Next door to the pub is the "FAST" Museum, the Farnborough Air Sciences Trust, which is a must visit if you are interested in aviation history. A further 5 minute walk away are the historic RAE buildings where you can walk under the iconic airship hangar frame.
- Tilly Shilling
Unit 2 to 5, Victoria Road
This modern town centre Wetherspoon pub opened in 2011 and is dedicated to Beatrice "Tilly" Shilling who worked at the nearby Royal Aircraft Establishment. She designed a carburettor modification that rectified a serious fault in Rolls Royce Merlin engines which were extensively used by RAF fighters during the Second World War, improving performance considerably. Inside, it is one large rectangular open-plan lounge laid out with tables and chairs of varying sizes. The glass frontage slides open in good weather that extends the pub onto the pavement outside. Of the ten hand-pumps, six are allocated to the three regular beers (two pumps each) leaving room for four ever-changing guest ales. These are usually from smaller independents from across the whole UK with the occasional appearance of beers from local breweries such as Ascot and Binghams. The fridges also stock a wide range of bottled and canned beers from far and wide. The real ciders are dispensed from boxes kept in the fridge at the far end of the bar. Although the pub opens at 8am for breakfast, alcoholic drinks are not available until 9am onwards.
- Alexandra 74 Victoria Road Farnborough GU14 7PH ku.oc.bupardnaxela@xelaeht(01252) 519964
37 Nightingale Road
The Cricketers is a Victorian pub set on a residential street corner on the side of Frith Hill. The various rooms that originally existed still form different drinking areas around the central bar. The walls are decorated with half height wooden paneling in the main building, while a side room is lined with book cases and furnished with sofas. Traditional pub food, including a homemade pie of the day, is served except for Sunday evenings.
- Godalming Naval Club
Refurbished and reopened in August 2014 after 9 months closure due to flooding. A very family orientated club, CAMRA members are welcome and should be signed in.
- Leathern Bottle
Small friendly locals' pub, approximately 100 years old, serving good value traditional food every day (but only lunchtime Sunday and not Monday or Tuesday unless a prior arrangement has been made with the pub).
- Manor Inn
Situated on the River Wey, with a large beer garden and children's play area. The Manor was once a 17th century coaching inn, now a Beefeater restaurant, mainly serving visitor to the adjacent Premier Inn. Breakfast is also served every day.
- Three Lions
On the main road into Godalming on the corner of Hare Lane, this pub has been in operation for some 300 years and is renowned for its live music. In 2014 the pub underwent a considerable refurbishment, happily without detriment to its character. It remains one large bar with distinct areas - the bar itself and a lounge-type area which leads to the part where musicians usually perform. Doors at the back lead to a patio area with a large awning to protect smokers, thence to a good-sized garden with canopied seating. A glass panel exposes the workings of the hand pumps. Well-behaved dogs are welcome inside, as are families (until 7.00 p.m.). Food hours are 12-3 daily with roasts being served on Sundays. A long-standing feature of the Three Lions is live music, with a band or soloist/duet performing each Friday and Saturday. There are also regular open mic sessions. A quiz is held each Wednesday. TV is limited to a single screen showing programmes on terrestrial channels.
- White Hart
19 Bourne Road
An imposing Inter-war pub located on a large corner plot in a residential area of the town. The pub was built when Farncombe began to expand and the name was transferred from the original White Hart in Godalming which was closed when the Farncombe pub was built. It is a popular sports pub with two large rooms either side of the main entrances with pool and darts teams taking part in local leagues, and spacious areas outside at the baxck for smokers and children to occupy themselves. Breakfast served 08:00-10:30 Tue-Sat,08:00-10:00 Sun. Carvery on Sunday lunchtime.
- Cricketers 37 Nightingale Road Farncombe GU7 2HU (01483) 424860
2 Hale Road
The Albion is located about 10 minute's walk east of Farnham Town Centre at a split in the road. The pub is decorated in a modern, contemporary style with brushed pine tables, candelabra and art around a main central bar. To the rear are two separate areas with sofas, bookcases and further dining, that can be partitioned off for private functions. To the front is a triangular patio with a gazebo and bench seating and to the rear is a large car park. Beers are from the Greene King range and brewery supplied guests; the house beer is 3.9% and is again brewery supplied. Wednesday to Thursday only a light lunch is served. Wednesday night there is a curry buffet from 18:00 and then a fun quiz from 20:00. Thursday night is steak night, once a month this becomes a tapas night. From Friday to Saturday a full menu is served. Sunday lunch is very popular and booking is advisable.
- Bourne Club
12 Frensham Road
This is a private members club, mainly aimed at racquet sports. New members are always welcome. Guest fees are Adults £5 and Junior (17&u) £2.50 per visit. Guests may visit the club on four occasions. The club has records of previous club competition winners all around the club and is very impressive.
- Castle Inn
5 Castle Street
Located in the heart of the beautiful market town of Farnham on Castle Street, this new pub in Farnham is a traditional family-friendly pub. The decor inside is tasteful with a restaurant area at the rear and a bar area at the front. Three real ales on offer. Tilford Brewery Red Mist plus two changing ales usually from Hogs Back, Tilford or other.
- Farnham Conservative Club
A private club tucked away in the centre of Farnham. It has new dining chairs in the dining area part of the bar. There are regular clubs which include Scalectrix, Fellowship of the Pen, Chess and the Wine Society. it has a good range of wine available. There is a separate games room with 2 full sized snooker tables. The patio are is a sun trap in summer and very pleasant on a summer evening. The building was a corset factory at one time.
- Farnham Maltings
Theatre bar that often features local beers direct from the cask. Only open during events. Each April the Maltings are the home of the Farnham Beerex, the longest running beer festival in the country at the same location since it started in 1977.
- Hop Blossom
50 Long Garden Walk
This is a hidden gem in the heart of Farnham. There is always a log fire in winter which is very cosy. It is a pub with a lovely welcoming feel. There are three main areas – near the bar, a conservatory and a back bar which can become the function room. Dogs are welcome as are children during the day and early evening. The flooring is very traditional floorboards and there is a mix of seating including some old pews. It can be very crowded during events in the town such as the Food Festival and the Fireworks display in the park.
43 Abbey Street
Converted from two cottages more than 150 years ago and modernised in the 1920s and 1990s, this Shepherd Neame house continues to work hard towards re-establishing its popularity but struggles in an area where every other brewer allows guest beers. There is a single bar with four TVs for live sport (different sports can be shown on different screens) and a pool table and darts board. Hidden away to the rear is a raised patio garden, ideal for summer evenings. Food is not served but if arranged takeaways can be taken in. Music is on an occasional basis.
- Lost Boy
3 Downing Street
The premises, formerly owned by Greene King, was acquired by Oakman Inns & Restaurants in July 2018 and reopened as the Lost Boy, a reference to Farnham's connection with Peter Pan. The early Georgian listed building has oak floors and character features with a conservatory on the side as well as al fresco patio. The building has been sympathetically restored, in keeping with it's origins. Two real ales are regularly served, TEA and London Pride. Drinkers are most welcome and there is sometimes a rotating third guest ale available. There is a wood burning stove in one of the drinking areas and board games can be found in another. The main dining areas are towards the rear of the pub, which features a wood fired pizza oven. As well as a set range of pizzas from the menu, you can also order a "build your own" pizza. There is further dining in the orangery and also on the landscaped terrace in good weather. There is a large room upstairs, overlooking Downing Street, that is available for bookings.
Pub just south of the Farnham Bypass, close to the railway station. Popular with the younger crowd offering a good selection of wine and gin alongside the 3 real ales, the choice of which may vary. The main bar is dimly lit, long and narrow, widening out at one end, to the rear are other rooms with various nooks and crannies. A pleasant garden is accessed from the bar. Food is focused on gourmet burgers of which there is an extensive choice.
- Nelson Arms
50-52 Castle Street
A 14th-century pub in the central Farnham on Castle Street where local events such as the Farnham Food Festival take place. The furniture is varied and comfortable with some settees - there are several nooks. There are many original dark beams and some exposed brickwork with a log fire in between the two main seating areas. The lighting is subdued in the evenings with additional light from candles creating a cosy atmosphere. The bar staff are friendly and helpful. The small enclosed courtyard has heaters and decking . The pub can be very busy serving food early evenings. The guest beer pump usually features a traditional amber bitter or, during summer, a golden ale.
74 West Street
Smart refurbished pub with real log fire in winter. Three handpumps with Spitfire and one or two other beers normally from Sheperd Neame. Food is authentic Mexican food with a traditional roast on Sundays. Live music most Friday and Saturday nights and twice monthly jam sessions on alternate Wednesdays and an Open Mic on the last Wednesday of the month. Garden with benches and tables. Private area inside on lower level. Tenant is from Blantyre in Malawi.
- Queen's Head
9 The Borough
Situated in the centre of Farnham, with a bus stop right outside, The Queen's Head is a friendly pub with tasteful and eclectic décor. Entering the pub you are greeted by a row of four handpumps with their own serving area, offering a range of Fuller's beers including a seasonal and a guest ale. The pub has two snug areas and large windows looking out into town, great for watching the world go by or watching out for your bus. Food is available lunchtimes as well two evenings: Tuesday's burger night and Wednesday's steak night. Thursday's entertainment alternates between open mic and quiz night and there is live music every Sunday evening. The pub started life as a coffee shop about 1735, although the building is far older, and still serves fresh coffee to this day.
- Shepherd & Flock
22 Moor Park Lane
The great little pub on the great big roundabout', this welcoming establishment has a friendly atmosphere and a great selection of beers. On entering the pub you are greeted by the seven hand pumps which include Hogs Back TEA plus a range of, usually fairly local, others. Excellent food is available at lunchtimes and in the evenings from both the bar and restaurant area. There are two outside spaces: a secluded beer garden to the rear and a large lawned area to the front, excellent for viewing the bustling traffic and the amusing signs opposite!
- Six Bells
55 Hale Road
Reopened on 14th August 2020 after an extensive refurbishment. Information below may be out of date. Popular gastro-pub to the east of Farnham, near the hospital. There is a strong focus on food, but drinkers are also welcome at all times. An island bar serves a number of interconnected but separate drinking and dining areas. The light and airy decor gives the pub a modern, rustic feel, with brushed wooden table and a paneled wooden floor throughout. Unobtrusive background music plays and a selection of board games are available. Quiz night is held on the first Monday of the month. There is also a large enclosed garden incorporating a relaxing patio.
- Slug & Lettuce
9-11 East Street
A large, cavernous bar, with picture windows offering a clear view out over the centre of Farnham at the front and a shopping arcade to the side. Decorated in a modern style, with plain walls scattered with pictures and tiling. There is a single bar that stretches along the left hand side, with live music often setting up opposite. Usually quiet in the day, but often loud and brash in the evenings, especially at the weekend. Food is available all day and there are often deals to be had on selected dishes. The beer choice sometimes strays from the regulars and is very good value for the town.
19 West Street
This town centre pub has been extensively refurbished in a modern, slightly retro style, with a strong focus on food, whilst still offering pleasant surroundings for a drink. At the front is the bar area, with a TV, bar stools, tables and a traditional feel. From here you pass through a small area with a few sofas scattered around and an abundance of mirrors on the wall. This leads directly into a large more formal restaurant area that stretches right back to the rear of the pub. Disabled access is via the rear courtyard. Food is available all day at weekends. Live music Thursdays. Sold to Shepherd Neame by Red Mist Leisure in September 2018.
- William Cobbett
4 Bridge Square
An eclectic mix of 1960’s and 1970’s memoribilia. A dart, atmospheric interior with exposed original brickwork and wooden beams. A pet tarantula lives in a terrarium above the fireplace. The floor is mainly flagstones. There is a separate pool room upstairs and the pub benefits from a large sheltered back garden. It ia a lively pub, often frequented by young people in the evening and at weekends and can become crowded and noisy. Look out for the very low door handle to the gents at the end of the bar.
- Wine Rack
68 Ridgeway Road
Specialist off licence that sells one or two real ales from smaller mainly local breweries such as Ascot, Triple fff or Thurstons. The beers are served on gravity in 4-pint takeaway containers. Typically available on Friday & Saturday but contact the store to check availability.
- Albion 2 Hale Road Farnham GU9 9QH (01252) 716602
- Albert Social Club
47 Albert Street
Situated in Albert Street adjacent to the town centre. The present premises were built in 1922 but the original club was started in Clarence Road several years beforehand. The club is for members only, but welcomes new members and visitors. There is a comfortable lounge with TV and BT Sports, a games room with darts and pool and a full sized snooker table in its own room. A function room is also available for hire. Live music once a month and bingo is held every Monday together with weekly raffles.
- Broadway Club
Established in 1935 on the Broadway, which was later renamed; when this club relocated to Albert Road it retained it former name. This is traditional two-roomed club, with a separate snooker room. The larger lounge is bright and airy and has TV showing Sky Sports, whilst the smaller public bar tends to be quieter. To the front is a covered verandah and smoking area. Quiz nights, race nights and bingo are all held regularly.
- De Havilland Arms
Hall & Woodhouse tied pub on the Elvetham Heath Estate focusing on Badger beers and good food. Recently refurbished inside and out to make a more open plan interior with lots of wooden beams and a nice log burner in the center of the pub. Outside there is a large beer garden which is popular in the summer. Quiz night once a week and occasional live music now being organised. Now opens at 10am every day for brunch.
271 Fleet Road
Imposing building on the corner of the main road through Fleet, Wetherspoon-esque in style. This town centre pub is trying to attract a more mature clientèle during the day and earlier in the week, whilst being popular with young drinkers at other times, with DJs at the weekend. The large open plan pub is bright and spacious and has many TV screens, usually showing sport. There is a pool table and an array of sofas and differing styles of tables. There is a balcony upstairs, with a few more tables and attractive chandeliers. The pub host a classic sports car meeting on the 1st Tuesday of every month. Beer Garden & Patio area to the rear. Food served until 9pm every day. The pub was approved as an Asset of Community Value in February 2016.
- Falkners Arms
Modern estate pub at the heart of the local community. Essentially one large open-plan space but with many nooks and crannies. Large outside area with beer garden. Popular lunchtimes with a good-value menu, quieter in the evenings except when entertainment is laid on. Landlord is keen on real ale and achieved LocAle accreditation by featuring a rotating beer from Andwell. Live music on Saturday evening and the first Friday of the month is popular and well regarded. The pub was successfully registered as an Asset of Community Value in April 2017.
- Fleet Social Club
6 Clarence Road
A compact and homely social club east of the town centre. Established in 1923 it has a bowling green and participates in local leagues. As well as bowls, skittles and darts are also on offer, together with a full sized snooker table and various social events and entertainment throughout the year. Quiz fortnightly on Wednesday and Bingo every Thursday.Food is served some lunchtimes contact the club for details.
- Harlington Bar
236 Fleet Road
Café bar, in the Harlington Arts Centre, which is open when events are held. You will ordinarily need a ticket for the event to use the facilities. Sharp's Doom Bar is the beer, with a changing guest available.
- Heron on the Lake
14 Old Cove Road
Modern estate pub in a lush setting on Fleet pond, kitted out in a not quite authentic but otherwise tasteful boating theme. The star is the large outdoor area stretching out over the lake. Yes, the is a resident heron to justify the pub's name sake. Food dominates and you may have a wait at the bar as the staff fulfil waitress table orders before they attend to walk-up customers. Still, gives you time to peruse the ale options as McMullen is pretty rare around these parts.
- Oat Sheaf
2 Crookham Road
Large former roadhouse pub at a crossroads site, refurbished in modern style as a dining pub. While mainly set up for diners, it has a couple of areas with comfy chairs for drinkers. Regular offers are available via the website. The pub was listed as an Asset of Community Value in February 2016.
- Prince Arthur
238 Fleet Road
A former plumber’s merchants in a two storey building which first began life as a grocery shop over 100 years ago. A large long extension to the side of the building was added when JD Wetherspoon first converted the property into the Prince Arthur pub in 1998. In July 2019 the Prince Arthur celebrated 21 years since first opening as a pub. The pub is named after Prince Arthur, the Duke of Connaught and Queen Victoria’s third son who lived in Fleet for five years in the 1890s when he was Commander of the Army Garrison at Aldershot. Local brewed cask ales supplied direct from 12 breweries in Hampshire, Berkshire and Surrey including many of their specials and seasonal ales feature regularly. Dark beers and the Mild Month of May are actively supported. Food is available every day from 8am till 11pm and breakfast till 12 (midday), children accompanied by an adult are allowed in the pub until 9pm. There is an extended floodlit garden at the rear of the pub which can accommodate 100 people and a separate covered smoking area.
- Prince Of Wales
77 Reading Road South
Branded as a Flaming Grill, focussing primarily on food and sport, but with a reasonable selection of real ale too. A garish orange exterior, hides an attractive building. There is also an attractive floral display fronting onto the main road, where some picnic tables are also located. Inside the pub has a modern, contemporary feel, although there is a real stove by the pool table, adding a bit of tradition. There is a single L-shaped room, on two levels served by two bars, with a restaurant area at one end.Pool and darts are played and there is a plethora of TV screens, showing football and other major sporting events.Food is available all day until 9pm with the emphasis on grills and burgers and there are a number of deals available, but sadly those including a drink don't allow you to choose a real ale.
1 Fleet Road
Newly renovated and re-branded as an Ember Inn in June 2017. The beer range varies considerably and real ale may not always be available. The pub has numerous rooms at multi levels and is a quite large and airy pub. As the name suggests it is very conveniently located for Fleet Station.
- Albert Social Club 47 Albert Street Fleet GU51 3RL firstname.lastname@example.org(01252) 614103
- Craft Brews Brewery & Taproom
Pierrepont Home Farm, The Reeds
Craft Brews Brewery & Taproom is open to the public three days a week & on special events. All brews can be enjoyed in the taproom or outside on the terrace and they can be purchased to take away. The aim is to always have 3 or 4 own brewed beers on at any one time, plus an own brewed cider and other non-beer drinks (e.g. coffee, tea, wine, prosecco, spirits & soft drinks). The brewery is situated in a restored 17th century building, formerly a wheelwright and latterly part of a dairy. Set in over 200 acres of farmland it is popular with walkers, cyclists and horse riders, who stop off for a pint on their journeys and great venue for business meetings, parties, celebrations. On-site parking is available for 10-15 cars.
- Frensham Royal British Legion Club
The club is a friendly village club open to all members of the Royal British Legion, and welcomes non-members for an initial visit prior to joining. Situated in the picturesque village of Frensham the club has approximately 200 members and welcomes new members. Snooker on two full sized tables and darts are played. There is a lounge area and the hall includes a wooden dance floor.
- Holly Bush
Refurbished in early 2014 in an contemporary rustic style complete with distressed furniture. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily. Coffee and cakes, as well as beer, are served outside these times.
- Craft Brews Brewery & Taproom Pierrepont Home Farm, The Reeds Frensham GU10 3BS 07774 982174
- Olde White Hart
Frimley High Street
This large building, once a coaching inn is now a fairly typical chain pub. The original multi-room layout has been knocked through, although the different areas, retain something of a separate character. The bar is directly opposite the main entrance and to the right is an area closest to a traditional bar, with plenty of space for drinking. To the left the pub opens out into a space with a variety of different types of red leather seating and paisley wallpaper, from where you can continue through up a single step into the restaurant area, where food is served all day. This is the most impressive part of the building, a baronial hall with a high fully-rafted roof. The walls are adorned throughout with pictures of Old Frimley. A covered smoking area, is on the outside patio to the rear of the pub.
- Pine Ridge Golf Centre
Old Bisley Road
After 3 years of work on what was heathland this golf centre opened in 1992, and is well-considered as a public "pay-and-play" 18-hole course. The building accomodates not only a spacious bar/restaurant area with TV's and pool table, but a large function room, and ten-pin bowling floor, both of which can be hired for private use. There's also a golf range with 30 bays. The extensive patio area looks out onto the 18th green, and is very popular in fine weather. Occastional events and Tribute Bands, etc.
- Railway Arms
78 Frimley High Street
Pub reopened in mid June 2019 following a short period of closure 2019 after the long serving landlord, Bruce Gosten, left. A former Ind Coope pub, this remains is a very traditional community local. The two room was lost in a 2018 refurbishment as there is now a door connecting the small saloon and public bars, which are served from a single bar stretching between the two. On the High Street, near the railway station, the walls are adorned with a wide variety of railway photographs and associated memorabilia. The pub shows nearly all televised football matches and has a vibrant darts scene. Also a Crib team, and a pool table in the Lounge bar. A basic pub food menu is served at lunch times at very reasonable prices, with a roast on Sundays. Regular live music is performed.
- Toby Carvery Frimley
114 Portsmouth Road
An extremely large Toby Carvery, focusing on roast meals. The pub is brightly lit throughout. The front of the building has a large bar area which is split into two halves. This is an informal eating or drinking area. Beyond the front bar is a cavernous L shaped area which is fully set aside for dining. Photographs of the local area adorn the walls. The reduction to a single real ale has improved quality and consistency.
- Olde White Hart Frimley High Street Frimley GU16 7HU (01276) 22816
- Frimley Green
- Frimley Green Working Mens Club
18-20 Sturt Road
Also known as the Frimley Green Club, it has a large Main Room equipped with Pool Table and Sports TV’s, where freshly-cooked food is available on Thursday lunchtimes and Friday evenings, and live bands on Saturday evenings. The L-shaped bar also serves a smaller room with Dart-board, and Bar Snacks are available every day. Bingo on Wednesday and Sunday evenings, and a Quiz Night on the last Friday of each month. The large Function Room is available for hire by non-members also.
- Old Wheatsheaf
205 Frimley Green Road
A former Morlands pub, this cosy country pub has been well run by Robert and David since 2001, and has a good reputation for both food and drinks. A brick-fronted bar adds a slightly rustic feeling and the Greene King ales are always on top form. Three varied national beers give a nice addition to an interesting selection for the real ale drinker as well. A senior citizen lunchtime deal is available on Mondays. It is very popular in the midweek evenings and draws a fair crowd of diners.
- Rose & Thistle
1 Sturt Road
Further refurbishments were carried out late in 2019, including the toilets, while the dart-board etc. has been removed. At the same time various clusters of comfortable furniture have been created for small groups to enjoy a chat and drink, or a meal. The food ranges from light snacks to full meals, and can be enjoyed either in the Conservatory or elsewhere in the pub, or out in the garden area when weather permits. Doom Bar and Landlord are the 2 regular Cask Ales here, with up to 2 Guests from the Mitchells & Butlers list, usually including one from Hog's Back. Several Craft Beers and Lagers are also available, and about 15 Gins! Burger and Beer night on Tuesday's, Quiz Nights on Wednesdays.
- Frimley Green Working Mens Club 18-20 Sturt Road Frimley Green GU16 6HX email@example.com(01252) 835322
- Charterhouse Arms
Located in the shadow of the famous Charterhouse School, this single bar pub is run by and popular with bikers and is welcoming to all. Wooden flooring throughout and granite tables, with two narrow areas running to the back to the pub, behind the bar with additional seating. Outside is a patio area with picnic tables and a large car park to the rear.
- Inn On The Lake
Spacious stone-flagged pub, popular with families and diners. There is a lovely large beer garden that includes a secluded lake and palm tree! Opens in the morning for coffee and is licensed from 10am. An electric car charge point is available.
- Jack Phillips
48-56 High Street
Converted from a shop in 2000, set in a modern building on the historic high street, the light airy decor of the Jack Phillips hints at an Art Deco passenger saloon of an ocean liner and there is lots of information about the pub's name sake displayed throughout the pub. At least four guest ales are available, usually up to seven, usually with several LocAles complementing the current Wetherspoon selection. There are also least two real ciders. Families are welcome in the area to the rear of the pub, which can also be hired as a function room. Quieter than many in the chain, it is also largely devoid of TV screens. These show news with subtitles and major sports events available on free to air TV, usually rugby. There is a small patio to the front, where you can relax and watch the hustle and bustle that is Godalming High Street go by. Licensed sales from 09:00 but opens at 08:00 for breakfast.
- King's Arms & Royal Hotel
22-26 High Street
Since the beginning of 2019 the hotel began sourcing its beer range only from local breweries. Originally built in the 17th century, the Kings Arms & Royal Hotel is a grand historic building. The pub and restaurant, on the ground floor, are open to all, residents and non-residents alike. The bar is a splendid arrangement of brass and stained glass lighting with old sherry vessels on the top shelf at the back. There is a 1920s themed restaurant and plenty of different styles of seating dotted throughout the spacious lounge areas. The wonderful stained glass is seen at it's best in the grand ceiling light as you approach the bar. The walls are decorated with many photographs of old Godalming and you should look out for the carousel horses! They have 20 boutique bedrooms, all lavishly decorated in their own individual style. From some there are views of the river Wey. There are function rooms available for booking for business meetings or social occasions.
- Red Lion
1 Mill Lane
This historic town pub was formed from several old properties including the mayor's residence and the courthouse; the cellars used to house prisoners. Once a Good Beer Guide stalwart and former CAMRA Branch Pub of the Year, the pub struggled for a number of years. In January 2017 the pub was taken over by Q Bars & Restaurants Ltd, it was refurbished following a fire in September 2020. There is live music every Thursday evening and some Saturdays. There is also a monthly comedy night on the 3rd Tuesday. Food is served every day.
- Richmond Arms
149 High Street
This is a proper pub with a very traditional feel to it. There are two real fires, one at either end of the main bar area. There is a separate public bar, available for hire. Food is served daily, 12-2, but on a Sunday it's Sunday lunch from 12-2.30. At the rear of the pub there is a raised sun trap garden with plenty of seating and pots of flowers appealingly scattered about. They occasionally have live music, which is advertised on the premises. The August Bank Holiday Beer Festival is a regular event.
- Rose & Crown
4 Mill Lane
Now back as a smart cocktail bar for the over 25s and reverting to it's original name. Whilst the focus is on cocktails there may be a good selection of local real ales from the likes of Firebird, Crafty Brewing and Tillingbourne, at premium prices - an interesting concept and worth trying out. Food is primarily tapas and pizza with a bottomless brunch on Saturday. Prior to being a pub the Rose & Crown has been a butchers, bakers and the ticket office for Godalming Station!
- Star Inn
17 Church Street
The Star became a beerhouse soon after 1830, but parts of the building are older. It has a small, separate public bar at the front, with the main rooms of the pub to the side. Between the dark oak beams of the ceiling hang hundreds of pubs clips. Behind the narrow bar is a patio with smoking area and a separate lounge (The Garden Room) with deep sofas. Dogs are welcome in here. Up to nine real ales and six or more ciders and perries are available, and regular beer festivals are held at Easter and Halloween. Sunday is quiz night and there is folk music on Mondays. May stay open later on Friday and Saturday if busy. The Star is especially renowned for its selection of ciders and perries, with around six from an ever changing range, sourced by the landlord directly from the National Cider Farm in Sussex. Notably, the Star usually stocks a draft mead. In Summer 2017 the Stable Cider Bar was opened in the garden which serves a different range of ciders together with a single real ale. This bar is open Thursday to Sunday. A dedicated cider bar opens into the lounge as well as the garden. The pub has won many CAMRA and other awards for cider and perry.
1 Wharf Street
A traditional street corner pub and hotel, divided into three separate areas, one of which contains the dart board and games machines. Good value bar meals are served lunchtime and early afternoon, extending to 6pm Thursday to Saturday, with evening meals available. Has weekly band nights and three 50" plasma screens for live sport, showing both Sky and ESPN.
The pub was sold to Red Oak Taverns in September 2021, it is not yet know what impact this will have on beer range etc.
5 Wharf Street
Formerly one of the original Hogshead pubs and then a period as an Indian Restaurant, the Volunteer reopened as a pub in early 2019. The single room is on three levels, you enter through a small lobby, which leads up into the main bar area.
- Charterhouse Arms Deanery Road Godalming GU7 2PQ (01483) 861291
- Grayswood Club
The Village Club is situated at the centre of the village and is the hub of many village activities. As well as draft ale a selection of bottled beers, wine and soft drinks are available. A book club is held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month, a Garden Club on the first Thursday and a quiz on the last Thursday: the times of these events can be found on the website.
- Grayswood Club Grayswood Road Grayswood GU27 2DE moc.liamg@001releehwa(01428) 652667
80 Sydenham Road
Formerly the Rats Castle, reopened in November 2006 and nowadays the Albany brands itself as a gastropub appealing to a predominantly youngish crowd. It has a modern feel, with tiled and wooden flooring, flocked wallpaper and black leather furniture.There is a single bar serving the main pub area and a raised area to the rear; informal dining is welcome throughout, with food available lunchtime and evening during the week, all day Saturday and until late afternoon on Sunday. The piped music, tends to be unobtrusive and there is a pull down screen for showing major sporting events. As well as two regular beers from Caledonian there is also a changing guest beer available.
9 Old Palace Road
A modern looking pub just a short walk from the back entrance to Guildford station. They have an interesting arrangement with a take away curry provider, you can order from the curry house on site and either eat it on the premises of take it home with you. Always two real ales in good condition and a great welcoming atmosphere. There is a Tuesday night special of curry and a drink for a tenner. And a very popular pub quiz on the first Thursday of every month.
Richard Meyjes Road
The bar of the Surrey Sports park, which is open to everyone, providing a place to relax before or after sport and with panoramic views of the outdoor pitches. A wide variety of University Sports Clubs use this as their 'clubhouse' and venue for their social meeting.The bar is also very popular with families, especially at weekends. It is also pleasantly decorated with pine furniture and sofa.There are 4 banks of TVs showing a range of different sporting events throughout the day, but with a focus on live football, when this is being shown. You can also play pool here.Two changing guest beers are provided. They are invariably local to the South East and often include Hogs Back and/or Andwell.
This attractive high-pitched roof pub is just a stone's throw from the river Wey. The pub is smart and tidy with a selection of family board games and magazines. Rear patio offers sheltered seating with heaters, whilst you can watch the river world unfold in the summer from the front patio tables on an attractive cobbled terrace. Inside the single bar, has a line of bar stools arranged in front of it, with plenty of standing space behind. There are a couple of areas with sofas, one next to the fireplace and a number of alcoves with seating around the pub. There is a selection of photographs depicting brewing and rural scenes throughout the pub. To entertain you is a selection of board games and live music takes place twice a month on Sundays. Food is available all day, until mid-evening.
3 Portsmouth Road
Reopening on 26th May 2017. Built in 1844 as the Cannon Inn and served as the tap for the Cannon Brewery. After a number years as Keystone, the pub has reverted to its original name and a refit to make it more of a traditional pub again.
- Cosy Club
14 Tunsgate Quarter
A very interesting location in Guildford, lovely to look around inside and two fine ales available. The food also looks very good and it can get very busy at times.
After a couple of years as the Black Bison, the pub reverted to it's original name of the Cricketers in February 2017. The pub is north-west of Guildford at Rydes Hill, on the main road to Aldershot. It has a main bar area and restaurant to the rear, which has been knocked through into one and serves contemporary food. There is attractive terracotta tiling on the front of the pub as well as a large beer garden and good sized car park. The beer range may vary.
55 Woodbridge Road
A large open-plan pub on two levels, on the main road out of Guildford to the north. The pub is popular with students as well as cricket lovers, when Surrey make their annual visit. The pub is served by a single, wood panelled bar and has an eclectic range of furniture, together with several pieces of modern art and an impressive selection of different chandeliers! Craft Keg beers change regularly and there are various bottled beers available in the fridge. Food includes Burger night on Weds and popular Sunday roasts - booking for this essential. Outside there is a large heated patio and garden. There is a quiz on Sunday and free Wi-Fi is also available, while major rugby matches are shown on TV.
- FLG Bar (Fairlands, Liddington Hall, Gravetts Lane Bar Club)
Entry to the bar for non-members of the club is discretionary and there may be a visitor's charge.
Situated in a 1950s village hall the FLG Bar prides its self on giving value for money and providing regular music and other entertainment for all ages. Wednesday is quiz night and bingo is on Friday nights. The family skittles and fish and chips nights are very popular.
- G Live
G Live is Guildford's Concert hall, with stylish bars on each level, but only the main bar in the lower foyer sells real ale.The bar is open in the evening prior to performances, typically from 1.5 hours before the show starts, until midway through the second act. Drinks in plastic glasses can be taken into the main auditorium except for classic concerts. A Beer Festival is held in September.
- George Abbot
7-11 High Street
Named after a former Archbishop of Canterbury, who was born in Guildford the George Abbot wa refurbished following flooding in early 2014. The pub retains its open plan, single-roomed layout but with some partitioning off into discreet drinking areas. Coming through the main door you are greeted by a knight in armour, who guards the way in! Or possibly guards the large basket of board games beside the door. The pub is decorated in a modern, traditional style with a slate floor and plenty of non-matching tables, for food which is served all day. Booking recommended for Sunday roast lunch. The marble topped bar, lit by fake oil lamps, sports a bank of six handpumps showcasing a significantly increased focus on real ales, with three guest beers, usually including beers from Wimbledon, complementing the regulars from the Greene King stable. Quiz night is Thursday. There is a warm and friendly atmosphere in this vibrant town centre venue.
- Growlers & Cans
24 Chertsey Road
Craft beer bar and bottle shop, in a a former Chinese grocery shop which has a beauty salon above. Near the top of Guildford High Street it opened on 2nd February 2019. There is seating for approx 20 people, the basement is available for overflow and free hire. A single real ale is often served from an independent brewery, complemented by a selection of 6 keg beers available and a wide variety of beers in cans and bottles to sample both on the premises or to take away. The draught keg range varies with Firebird and London breweries well represented. Locally produced pork pies are available. Card payment only; cash not accepted. Growlers' signage shows a growling bear's head in place of the O.
- Guildford City Social Club
73 Josephs Road
Sited in a mainly residential area just a few hundred yards from the Spectrum Sports Centre, the club features a quiet, secluded tree lined terrace, with ample seating. There is a pool table, three big screen TVs and a beer terrace with seating for 40. Upstairs the club has another bar and a full size championship size snooker table and two balconies.
- Guildford Hospitals' Social Club
The social club at the Royal Surrey Hospital, the club is only available to the 900 staff and members of the Hospital Trust and not patients, although CAMRA members are welcome to visit for a drink.The Main room of the club is brightly lit, with a TV and pool table, and there are a couple of snugs off to one side, for a quieter drink. Basic food is available. A wide variety of events are held, including monthly live music, Halloween party, fireworks together with Summer Solstice and Oktoberfest Beer Festivals. Usually closed at weekend, when it is available for hire for private functions.
- Guildford Tup
46 Chertsey Street
For many years the Spread Eagle, this pub is just off the High Street and expanded into the former shop next door, hence the split levels. One main bar, but an outbuilding now houses a pool room which can be hired for functions. White painted walls and black chairs lead to a somewhat spartan appearance. Several TV screens show sport, all channels being available. Families are welcome until 7pm. There is no parking on site, but the York Road multi-storey car park is a few minutes walk away.
- Holroyd Arms
36 Aldershot Road
Two-roomed pub with a predominantly local trade in the north-west suburbs of Guildford. There is a large garden behind the pub. Parking is provided but you must enter your registration at the bar to avoid a fine. The rear bar hosts live music several nights a week, principally Friday and Saturday evenings, check website for details. This is branded as Suburbs and there is a charge for entry to the rear bar on these nights, but the front bar remains fee for drinkers. Breakfast is available 10-12 Monday to Saturday.
29 Castle Street
Near to the High Street opposite the castle. Comfortable wine bar feel with some deep sofas. The outside area is in the form of a courtyard to the rear with a smoking area. This is one of the few regular outlets in the town for beers from the local Surrey Hills Brewery. The Castle Lounge upstairs has a separate bar and is comfortably furnished. Food is available all day and until mid evening Monday to Friday.
- King's Head (Quarry Street)
One of the oldest pubs in Guildford, constructed in the late 16th century in the heart of the town close to the Castle. Inside, there is a broadly open plan layout but with a few nooks and crannies. As befitting a building of its ages there are low ceilings, stone flagged floors, brick walls and exposed oak beams. Pictures of old Guildford adorn the walls and to the left of the main entrance is a full suit of armour. To the rear is a patio area and terrace on several levels which is popular all year round with large umbrellas and heaters that provides a great spot for an alfresco pint. A popular quiz is held on a Monday. Various food offers are available through the week including pizzas on Tuesday, burgers on Wednesday and fish on Friday. The pub features heavily on tours of haunted Guildford. Acquired by Shepherd Neame in June 2016.
- King's Head (Stoke Road)
27 King's Road
Originally built in 1860 as two cottages that soon became a beer house. Located off the edge of the town centre, this well established pub attracts a well mannered mix of discerning locals and office types in the know. The pub is noted for its attractive hanging baskets, is deceptively large after much enlargement and features service from both sides of a central bar. There is plenty of seating including benches along the outside of the building and a covered, heated courtyard used mainly by smokers. The circular floor hatch at the rear covers a well. Full range of Fullers beers including seasonals is available and cider on draught. Dogs welcome. In addition regular events and promotions are held. open mic on Thursday and TV sport in most areas.
- March Hare
2-4 South Hill
The March Hare is a pub with restaurant, serving well kept ales and an interesting unique menu. It is very close to Guildford Castle and some staff have seen the ghostly presence of a cat.
- Olde Ship Inn
This is a beautiful old roadside pub where eaters and drinkers are equally welcome. There has been some form of drinking establishment here since the mid 1500s but the pub now has more of a 1900s feel. There is a lovely wooden floor, and lots of wooden pew-style seating a well as more usual tables and chairs. You can enjoy an open fire at one end of the pub, or a wood burning stove at the other. Fairy lights abound inside the main area, wound around the wooden beams giving the pub a cosy feel. Boating memorabilia adorns many walls. The pub has a wood burning oven which cooks the pubs wonderfully popular pizzas. In the summer you can enjoy the garden with "fire pit" style heating.
A Beefeater pub restaurant adjoining the Guildford Premier Inn, close to Guildford Spectrum Leisure Centre.
- Prince Albert
85 Stoke Road
A small locals pub, visitors are made very welcome. There is no cooked food, but pre-made rolls with various fillings are available on a daily basis until sold out. Real ale kept well and staff are very helpful. There is a rather nice collection of toy lorries above the main bar.
- Rodboro Buildings
1-10 Bridge Street
Once threatened by demolition, this Grade II-listed building was reopened on 17 December 1998 as a large spacious Wetherspoon on a number of different levels and of many contrasts. Upstairs is a quiet area with masses of exposed pipework and a separate bar that opens at 10:00am every day. On the ground floor the curved main bar serves another group of contrasting drinking areas, including a row of snugs down one side. Families are welcome until 9pm. There is always a a good choice of guest beers with local breweries Surrey Hills and Tillingbourne regularly supported. There are always two real ciders rising to eight or nine when a festival is on. The Community Notice Board, publicises a range of local events. The pub also hosts meet the brewer nights and brewery battles every so often.
- Rogues Wine Bar
Whilst promoted as a wine bar for the over 25s, it has quite a pubby feel, especially earlier in the week. This reflects that it is a former pub and Good Beer Guide regular, the Sanford Arms, which closed in 1999. The single bar room has a slate floor and a compact bar in one corner dispensing the single real ale and a wide selection of wines. Passing through to the rear of the bar area, you come to a conservatory which in turn leads you to an attractive large terraced garden, which boasts a covered smoking area with sofas to relax in and table service. Monday night there is an open mic, Tuesday is quiz night and is very busy, arrive early to avoid disappointment.
- Row Barge
Reopened in August 2013, under new management, following a few months of closure. This former Branch Pub of the Year, has retained its commitment to real ale with up to 6 available. Built in 1856 and extended for the post-war Bellfields Estate, this two-bar pub with pool room is 1.5 miles along the River Wey tow-path from the town centre. Day and night moorings for customers. Poker night Thursday, open mic on Tuesday. A roast is served on Sunday. Food until 7pm (5pm Sun).
- Royal Oak
The Royal Oak has been serving real ale for 150 years, since 1870. Built as an extension to the then next door rectory, with a hall upstairs and rooms at ground level. These rooms are now the opened up bar area and show the building’s heavily beamed structure. The ambience is one of a cosy village pub with an airy modern feel. A patio area is to one side of the pub plus a couple of outside tables overlooking Trinity churchyard. Three ever changing guest beers available here. They are planning to introduce real cider in the near future.
- Star Inn
2 Quarry Street
A well known Guildford institution, taken over by Shepherd Neame and spruced up a bit, after being a bit run down. A pub for more than 400 years and famous for live music and entertainment, with band and performances taking place in the back-room bar, down a corridor displaying photographs of various artists. Performances are as diverse as blues, rock, stand-up comedy and an the 'adult' pantomime that takes place at Christmas. In 1974 the founding members of The Stranglers, then called the Guildford Stranglers, gave their first public performance, an event commemorated on a plaque presented by CAMRA in 2006. In July 2019 the pub won a landmark legal judgement when a noise abatement notice issued by Guildford Council was been overturned by a district judge. The pub itself is an engaging mishmash of inter-connected drinking areas, wooden beams and low ceilings, on a number of different levels. A wood-burning stove, heats the huge sofas and table at one end, whilst the bar itself caters for vertical drinkers towards the rear and an area, popular with diners during the day, occupies the lower level. Throughout the dimly lit pub are photographs associated with pubs and brewing.
103 Stoke Road
A large Victorian pub 10 minutes walk from the town centre comprising a central bar with separate areas for relaxing in easy chairs and dining. Food is served all day every day, pizzas from a proper oven are a speciality. Roasts are served on Sunday. Facilities include a quiz machine, a pool table and several TV screens. Quiz night is Thursday. There is a large, spacious garden and a smaller patio for summer eating and drinking. A large function room (capacity up to 180) is available for hire.
- Three Pigeons
169 High Street
Located at the top of the granite sett part of the High Street, this narrow but deep pub has two floors connected by an open plan 1960's spiral staircase. Most changing beers from local breweries. Child and dog friendly with board games and a rear courtyard for smokers.
Reverted to its previous name, the Weyside in February 2014. Situated to the south of the town centre on the banks of the River Wey, the building was originally used as a boathouse for canal boats on the river. The key draw now is undoubtedly the extensive terraced seating areas that lead down to the river, a glorious place to sit in the summer. In the winter you can watch the river flow past in the conservatory, warmed by a wood-burning stove. The pub consists of a large open plan bar area, from which lead off a selection of other distinctive drinking and dining areas. These include the conservatory with its wood-burning stove in winter and exposed rafters and a large beamed room with an almost cottagey feel at the far end. Gentle background music plays. The pub was bought by the Youngs pub owning company in late 2013 and the beer range now coming from the Wells and Youngs portfolio.
- White House
8 High Street
Situated by the river Wey across the old town bridge from the High Street the White House was converted to a pub from a drab office block in the 1990s and in 2015 underwent a substantial makeover. The main bar area is “shabby chic” with wooden floors and large wooden tables many of which are high ones with stools. This leads to an area more suitable for dining, with traditional tables and seating. Glass folding doors lead to the exterior by the river where a large garden and patio area will be found. Upstairs is the River Lounge which seats 20 or more and can be hired for private functions. This room has its own outside patio area. The White House is close to the station and buses, and there is a car park opposite available from 6pm and at weekends. Other parking is within five minutes’ walk. Being a Fuller's managed house only beers sold under the Fuller's and Gales brands are available. The two changing beers are from these selections. Bottle conditioned 1845 and Vintage Ale are also sold. This is a good pub if you need to accommodate a non beer drinker as the selection of wines and spirits is much better than in most pubs. Food is available all day from noon, and children and dogs are welcome.
- Wine Rack
216 London Rd
Specialist off licence that sells one or two real ales from smaller mainly local breweries such as Ascot, Triple fff or Thurstons. The beers are served on gravity in 4-pint takeaway containers. Typically available on Friday & Saturday but contact the store to check availability.
- Wooden Bridge
A former hotel, built in 1936 and featuring a more recent 50ft-long bar. Its interior blends traditional pub decor with contemporary elements – armchairs mixed with standard and high tables, and carpeted and wooden flooring. There are usually seven TVs showing sport, often with no sound and with music playing throughout the pub. Sunday is quiz night.
- Albany 80 Sydenham Road Guildford GU1 3SA ten.ynablaeht@ofni(01483) 572410
- Merry Harriers
An impressive 16th-century country pub, very popular with walkers and cyclists, which takes you back in time and is located in the heart of the picturesque village of Hambledon set against the backdrop of the Surrey Hills surrounded by open fields, grazing horses and a village green in a designated Area of Outstanding Beauty. This free house pub has been owned since May 2017 by Peter & Lana De Savary who live just 2 miles away. The pub was completely refurbished and renovated by the De Savary’s during 2017 when an additional 3 bedrooms have been added (10 available now) however the original character of this classic English pub, both internally and externally, has been retained and enhanced. A good selection of four cask ales is available two of which are sourced from local breweries. As you enter the main bar during winter you are welcomed by a roaring log fire in the large Inglenook fireplace. The food is all sourced locally, apart from fish, from within 15 miles of the pub and there is a sign above the bar encouraging customers to bring in and sell their locally grown, locally caught or locally shot produce to the pub so that this fresh local produce can also feature on the pub’s menu. Glamping in a separate fenced off field next to the large car park across the road from the pub is now available utilising five shepherd huts which only became available from February 2019. The open field at the rear of the pub at the bottom of the garden is home to the pub’s 11 llamas, two baby llamas were born in April 2019. Walking with the llamas around the local countryside can be arranged via the pub. There is a quiz on the second Tuesday every month and a jazz jam session on the second Sunday every month. Sitting proudly on the wall surrounded by the names of all the previous landlords is a framed CAMRA SHB Branch Special Award certificate for 10 consecutive years (2010 -2019) in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.
- Merry Harriers Hambledon Road Hambledon GU8 4DR moc.sreirrahyrrem@seiriuqne(01428) 682883
- White Horse
A coaching inn dating from the 16th century, listed as an Asset of Community Value. The White Horse still has a traditional, adult only, public bar to the right of the main entrance, decorated with sporting photos and old agricultural tools. The larger part of the pub, for both diners and drinkers, is made up of a number of interconnected areas. The pub is on the Greensand Way between Hambledon and Shamley Green, and is convenient for other local attractions including Winkworth Arboretum. Food is served lunchtime and evening six days a week, meat and game being sourced locally. There are usually two guest beers with Sharp's Doom Bar being semi-regular, the others being sourced locally. Accessible on the 42 bus which runs daytime Monday to Saturday between Guildford, Godalming and Cranleigh
- White Horse The Street Hascombe GU8 4JA ten.bupesrohetihw@bup(01483) 208258
- Apple Tree
2 Lion Green
Friendly local showing all live sports and with regular live music events including open mic nights. There is no car park but plenty of street parking is available nearby.
- Comrades Club
17 High Street
Members club in an ornate Victorian building on Haslemere High Street. The club welcomes new members and temporary membership for workers in the local area. It has two snooker tables, a pool room, free Wi-Fi, two televisions showing all sports, comfortable chairs, board games, darts.
- Georgian Hotel 37-41 High Street Haslemere GU27 2JY (01428) 656644
- Harper's Steakhouse
33 Lower Street
This Victorian Railway Hotel is directly opposite the railway station and convenient for returning commuters. It reopened in November 2016 after a £3m refurbishment and is now owned by the Upham Group. Now in a modern style with a brasserie, bar and open glass terrace, together with 16 bedrooms. The main bar has a railway theme, which gives the atmosphere of a real railway station, with entrance stairs in galvanised iron and chequerplate landings and an impressive mural depicting a railway station viewable through the real windows. Real ale is only available in the main bar.
- Swan Inn
15 High Street
A compact conversion of a former hotel, retaining much of the original layout and character. The oak beams are real and there is an attractive frieze is in the main entrance. The main bar area is on two levels and the pub then spreads out behind to a number of interconnecting rooms. Taller customers will need to mind their head. Food is available all day with the usual range of Stonegate offers and promotions. Weekly offers include discounted ales on Monday, discounts for over 65's and Quiz night on Tuesday, burger night on Wednesday, grill night on Thursday, and selected wine deals on Friday.
- White Horse
22 High Street
Smart pub/restaurant in the centre of the town. Enter through the front door, through a simple seated area and to the right is the main bar area on two levels, with a selection of comfortable sofas and informal dining. To the left, or through the main bar separated by some attractive ironwork, is a more formal dining area, with a real fire. Background music is at a low level and the wall are adorned with photograph of the local area, which are for sale. At the front is a terrace. Food is served all day and quiz night is Sunday evening.
- Woolmer Hill Sports Association
Woolmer Hill Road
Real Ale is available on draught at weekends during the rugby, football and hockey season, and also for special events.
- Apple Tree 2 Lion Green Haslemere GU27 1JB ku.oc.eremelsaheertelppaeht@ofni(01428) 480810
141 Chapel Lane
Arguably the last remaining drinkers pub in Farnborough, focused very much on serving it's local community. It has been a pub since 1886 and has survived largely unchanged.This former Morlands house, has a separate public bar and lounge with modern lighting and swish toilets. Sports TV, pool and darts are all available, and the pub supports a number of sports teams. The regular beers are sometime supplemented by a guest beer from the brewery's portfolio.
- New Inn
5 Hawley Road
Pub just inside the County boundary, originally dating from the 18th century. The current building is actually 'new', as the pub was completely destroyed by fire in September 2002, having in turn been previously rebuilt in 1910 following an earlier fire. Unusually Greene King rebuilt the pub from scratch and it is now branded as a Hungry Horse outlet, serving the diverse needs of its local community in the nearby housing estates.The pub itself is huge. Built in an open plan style and decorated red and black. There is a games area, with pool, darts and a pinball machine and an area of relaxed high back seating on one side of the bar, with areas more focused on dining and families on the other. TVs are dispersed throughout and will often be showing different sporting events, children's TV and news at the same time. TVs are also provided in the more discreet booths dotted around the sides of the pub. Quiz night is Thursday and there is a patio area outside the main entrance with an outside area shaded by trees at the rear of the pub.Food is from a standard menu, with various offers throughout the week. A more unusual retail opportunity is a pick and grab toy machine complimented with a baby feeding station.
- Railway Enthusiasts Club
103 Hawley Lane
Model railway club with a bar, adjacent to the M3. The club has a number of active modelling groups and club night is Tuesday, when the bar is always open. There is also a meeting hall and library. The club may be open on other occasions but is often booked for other events.
- Fox 141 Chapel Lane Hawley GU14 9BN (01276) 34735
- Heath End
21 Alma Lane
1920's pub in Heath End, between Farnham and Aldershot, with a separate dining area and bar. Refurbished in 2013, the pub sign is unusual depicting a scene from the Crimea War where the Battle of the Alma took place in 1854. Food consists of pizza most days apart from a full roast on Sunday. There are a variety of theme nights and a quiz on Mondays.
- Royal Arms
172 Farnborough Road
Large, imposing 3-story flint faced, brick built pub situated on the Hampshire Surrey Border, on the main road between Farnham and Aldershot. The pub serves its local community offering sports TV, various events and good value home cooked food, with daily specials and a straightforward menu. The single bar has a dining/lounge area to the right and a separate games area to set back to the left. There is a huge garden with lots of seating on the decked patio, which also encompasses a covered smoking area. Bus enthusiasts will like the London themed pictures in the gents! The beer range can vary and there may be up to 5 beers available through this can be reduced to ensure quality is maintained during quieter periods. And, the pub sells logs.
- Alma 21 Alma Lane Heath End GU9 0LJ moc.mahnrafamlaeht@ttamdnaeivets(01252) 344148
- Devil's Punchbowl Hotel
55 London Road
The hotel was originally built as a country residence for the Hon. Rollo Russell, whose father, Lord John Russell, was England’s first Liberal Prime Minister. Sometime during the early 1900’s the house known then as Thorshill was leased to a part time minister of the local congregational church. He and his wife ran Torshill as a private guesthouse up until 1949. The building has been a hotel ever since. It has a 1970's style hotel bar, large horse style bar area catering for drinking and eating. Sports TV at both ends of the bar area.
- Hindhead Royal British Legion Club
Built in 1921, this club bas been run by the Royal British Legion since 1939. Facilities include darts and snooker inside, and bowls and tennis courts outside. Home of the Beacon Hill Beer Festival each May.
- Devil's Punchbowl Hotel 55 London Road Hindhead GU26 6AG ku.oc.letohlwobhcnupslived@selas(01428) 606565
Much extended 16th century pub on edge of Horsell Common. A strong emphasis on food however drinkers are always welcome. The pub raises a lot of money for the local Woking Hospice with events during the year including a sponsored cycle ride. Large beer garden and outside bar for summer months, with a recently opened Garden Room (for functions). Inside the pub there are welcoming log fires indoors for winter months. There is live music the first Friday of each month.
104 High Street
A traditional and welcoming two bar village community pub which is also the brewery tap for the local Thurston’s brewery. The Crown is the local CAMRA branch's pub of the year and more recently became CAMRA's Surrey pub of the year. The focus of the pub is on serving great beer to their enthusiastic and loyal customer base. There are six hand pumps, three of which always serve Thurstons beers which are brewed just a one minute walk from the pub. Other locally brewed ales such as those from Surrey Hills and Tillingbourne often feature on the other three hand pumps. Antoinette runs the pub with the help of her very knowledgeable and experienced team, and her partner John runs the multi-award winning Thurston brewery, which was originally based at The Crown but is now located in its own building just two doors away from the pub. There has been a pub on this same site since 1785 and probably back to 1613, the pub we see today was rebuilt in 1877 after a fire in the thatched roof destroyed the original pub. To the rear of the Crown is the car park and beyond that a very attractive enclosed garden which includes two pétanque terrains. Another outside drinking area to the side of the pub looks across to the village gardens. There are quiz nights every Wednesday, an ale festival in May each year and selected sporting events, especially Six Nations games, may be shown.
Rustic pub on edge of Horsell Common, whose bar is adorned with various farming implements along with two large TV screens. A mixture of high and low level seating is provided. The pub reopened in February 2018 after an 18 month period of closure following a fire. Initially food is not available and the opening hours and beer range may be subject to change.
- Red Lion
123 High Street
Popular dining pub, with meals served in the smart lounge bar, the restaurant, and in appropriate weather the terrace and large well kept garden.
Set opposite the cricket and football pitches just over the canal from Woking Town Centre, the Wheatsheaf is a large, comfortable Ember Inn that provides a calm contrast to the bustle of the town centre. The pub is open for breakfast from 7 (8 weekends), with the bar opening at 11 and the main menu being available from noon.
- Cricketers Horsell Birch Horsell GU21 4XB moc.sbupsnorab@sretekcirceht(01483) 762363
Although in a largely rural setting the Squirrel is situated on the slip road to and from the A3 several miles south of Guildford to the west of Godalming. The pub is decorated in a modern style, with the pale colours giving a light, airy feel. The bar area is long and thin, with a wooden floor and sofas down one side and a few tables to the rear. There is also a large dining area, encompassing a conservatory, which leads in turn to a larger patio, also laid out for dining, in the summer months. The garden includes a children's play area with climbing frames, a slide and swings. Up to three beers are available but expect the range to be reduced at quiet times and in the winter only two real ales will be available. Food is served every day but in the winter only served between 12 noon and 6pm. Accommodation is available in the main pub and adjacent building.
- Squirrel Hurtmore Road Hurtmore GU7 2RN ku.oc.eromtruh-lerriuqseht@ofni(01483) 860223
- Chobham Golf Club
Bar in members golf club, opens from 07:00 until dark. Licenced to serve alcohol from 07:00. Food served at all times the bar is open.
33 High Street
Reopened in September 2021 under new management.
A friendly local pub with smart contemporary decor featuring a slate tiled floor with bar boards round the pool table. The L shaped bar allows the space to be split into different areas with smaller tables in the front, larger tables down the side and the pool table at the rear. There is a rear garden with a children's play area and a patio at the front of the pub.
- Fox & Flowerpot
Goldsworth Park Centre, Bampton Road
This community local is the only pub in the Goldsworth Park Estate, in west Woking. Under new management in August 2019, the pub has been given a fresh feel. Food has recently been reintroduced and includes a roast on Sundays. The pub was built as part of Goldsworth Park the 1980s and consists of a single large room, with seating around the sides and provides pool and darts, as well as showing live football and other major sports events are shown. Other events are being planned.
134 High Street
Built in the 1780's on a cross roads at the edge of Knaphill. Recent years have seen many changes, it was a Mexican eatery for a while but has now returned to being a pub. Food is served every day with Tuesday being curry night and Thursday steak night, a roast lunch is served on Sunday. Smaller portions are available for those that want them. A quiz is held on Sunday evenings. An interesting collection of local photographs adorn the wall. Real ale is served at a reduced price all day Monday.
- Knaphill Working Mens Club
2 Highclere Road
CIU Affiliated club, in the centre of the village. Live music every Saturday evening. The Club has a monthly quiz on a Monday, other Monday's are jam night, when non-members are welcome. The Club runs teams in a number of local sports leagues and has two snooker tables, a pool table and three dartboards. Also a weekly meat raffle. Limited parking, with additional space at the nearby Coop.
- Nag's Head Inn
Following a refurbishment in late summer 2014 the original of the Nag's Head was restored after trading as the Hunter's Lodge for 20 years. During the refurbishment the number of hand pumps was increased to five. Much of the pub is given over to diners, but there are a number of tables around the bar that are available for drinkers. The large garden has tables both in front of the pub and on the west facing decking to the rear.
- Royal Oak
A traditional 17th-century village pub that serves good quality home made food. The single bar has separate areas available for drinkers and diners. Over recent years the pub has been transformed and a reputation for consistently has been built, providing top quality real ales which are traditionally served in beer jugs in the very best condition. The beer range is constantly evolving with the focus on providing a choice of different ale strengths and types of ale. Full menu with daily specials and Sunday roast is available Wednesday to Sunday, vegetarian and gluten free options are available. Steak served on the hot stone is being introduced in 2020. The garden behind the pub has an outdoors bar that is open at weekends and a children's play area. CAMRA member's discount of 20p per pint/10p per half is available every day. About five real ciders are available served from Polypins, including a perry.
- Chobham Golf Club Chobham Road Knaphill GU21 2TZ ku.oc.bulcflogmahbohc@ofni(01276) 855584
- Crossley Club
113 Guildford Road
Popular club that runs a range of community events and hosts pool and darts teams.
- Lightwater Club
74 Guildford Road
The Lightwater Club is a CIU affiliated club in centre of Lightwater Village. It is a family friendly social club which sells real ale and also boast live Sky Sports on multiple screens, three full size snooker tables, pool and darts. Meat raffle Friday nights and live music on Saturdays. Local CAMRA Branch Club of the Year in 2004.
- Red Lion
114 Guildford Road
Large roadside pub to the north of the village centre, popular with the local community. The single large bar, has plenty of space, with leather sofas to relax on by the window and several TV screens showing football and other sports. The walls are adorned with pictures showing a number of different pubs and there is a collection of Toby Jugs behind the bar. To the rear is an attractive conservatory, where you can dine, overlooking a terrace and large garden, which includes children's climbing frames. Food available every lunch and all evenings, except Sunday.
- Crossley Club 113 Guildford Road Lightwater GU18 5RA ku.oc.bulcyelssorc@seiriuqne(01276) 473889
- Long Sutton
- Four Horseshoes
A quintessential English country pub, set high on the hills overlooking north Hampshire, to east of Long Sutton village, with fine views of the surrounding countryside, both from the garden and conservatory. Formerly a Gale's tied house, the pub has been free of tie for many years and now offers two ever changing low-strength guest beers. The single bar is spacious, yet cosy, with two real fires, exuding traditional charm. There are pictures of old Odiham and a few old farm implements adorning the walls, with am extensive collections of key rings hanging from the ceiling The loyal regulars mingle cordially with generally more mature customers and a stream of passing cyclists and walkers. Food is simple English fare, with a popular roast on Sundays. Events include monthly quiz and jazz nights and the local vintage car enthusiasts often meet here. Note the pub does not open in the middle of week, though may do so if arranged in advance. If making a special visit, it is worth checking the pub will be open.
- Four Horseshoes The Street Long Sutton RG29 1TA moc.liamg@02lodieulb(01256) 862488
- Lower Bourne
- Fox Inn
21 Frensham Road
Built in the 15th century, the Grade II listed Fox was refurbished in December 2016 extending the single bar area and creating a private dining room for up to 10 people, which can be hired. The refurbishment is in a modern style, whilst still retaining the feel of a village local in the bar, with a snug & separate dining area upstairs. Live sporting events are shown on large screens in the bar. The large spacious garden is current subject to planning application. Live music and events, such as open mic nights. The pub open daily for breakfast (except Sunday) with alcohol available from 11am.
- Lower Bourne Social Club
83 Burnt Hill Road
Known as "The Shed," the club has been on this site since 1921. The building itself has an unusual background, having been a barrack hut for Canadian troops during the 1914-18 war. The hut was donated by the Canadian Army and moved to the present site in 1921. The club has hosted the Bourne branch of The Royal British Legion since this time but became affiliated to the CIU in October 2016. The Club provides many facilities for the local community and offers bowls, darts, snooker and indoor skittles, providing the home for a number of local teams. There are regular bingo, line dancing and live entertainment and in addition the club hosts a number of local interest groups.
- Spotted Cow
3 Bourne Grove
Rebuilt on the site of the original Olde Spotted Cow in about 1936, the pub is a fine square brick building, set in 4 acres of grounds a mile south of Farnham. There are two separate garden areas, including a children’s play area. The single-roomed bar is relatively spacious yet cosy and though primarily laid out as a restaurant there are a couple of tables near the bar where drinkers are welcome. It is decorated in a modern style, has good facilities, and serves well regarded food. Plenty of parking is available.
- Fox Inn 21 Frensham Road Lower Bourne GU10 3PH em.xofeht@ofni(01252) 716395
- Bird In Hand
Large popular roadside pub on A320 south of Woking. RA refurbishment in 2015 gave the pub a contemporary rustic feel. Food is served all day.
- Drumming Snipe
Reopened on 31 January 2020 as the Drumming Snipe, this page will be updated shortly. Large open & spacious Victorian pub on southern outskirts of Woking. Now on a quieter road following building of by pass road some years ago.
- Bird In Hand Mayford Green Mayford GU22 0NL ku.oc.drofyamdnahnidrib@eciffo(01483) 747374
- Horse & Groom
232 Epsom Road
Modernity meets rustic at this pub, on the main road in the eastern suburbs of Guildford, with a nod towards it horse racing heritage.A light and airy pub restaurant, which caters primarily for residents from the nearby estates and families coming from a bit further afield for meals. There are two dining areas, interlinked by more informal seating, with copper topped tables, all served from a single semi-circular bar. The walls display a number of pieces of wooden art. Upstairs is a single room decked out like a medieval banqueting hall, with a mock fireplace and chandelier made of old wine bottles.
- Merrow Village Working Mens Club
177 Epsom Road
A popular socal club with very good facilities. Also hosts a bowling and table tennis clubs.
- Horse & Groom 232 Epsom Road Merrow GU1 2RG ku.oc.worremmoorgdnaesroh@yriuqne(01483) 575375
- Milford Club
1 Church Road
Active village club. The spacious bar has both pool and snooker tables as well as sports TVs. Another room has a further pool table. Village games evenings are held regularly held. They also have an active Darts team and Jukebox.
Old Portsmouth Road
A very large open pub warmed by two log fires in winter. Comfortable chairs and sofas are available around the bar area for those just wanting a drink with the remainder of the building given over to more formal dining. There is some question over the age of the building and although the constituent parts, including the frame and beams, are undoubtedly old, it seems the current building was put together in the 1950's. Friendly and helpful staff. The house beer, Brunning & Price Traditional is St Austell Cornish Best Bitter rebadged.
- Milford Club 1 Church Road Milford GU8 5JA moc.tcennoctb@yratercesehtdroflim(01483) 416497
- Crown & Cushion
The Crown and Cushion is a smart destination pub, with prices to match, located just ½ mile north of Junction 4A on the M3, but retaining the feel of a leafy country pub. It has had several different owners in recent years, with Shepherd Neame purchasing the pub in the early 2000s and selling it onto local Surrey-based pub company Barons in July 2013. However, the pub is still branded as Shepherd Neame and continues to sell their beers.The pub dates from the 16th century. The flagstone floored main bar area is quite small, with a low ceiling some beams giving it a quite compact feel. Most tables are set for dining, but the area nearest the bar, has more comfortable chairs, where you are welcome to just drink. The walls are adorned with a variety of mirrors, primarily in Art Deco style, contrasting with the otherwise quite traditional feel. However, on sunny the days, the majority of customers will be found in the gardens and outdoor dining areas, which surround the pub, much of which overlooks the adjacent cricket pitch. All the tables have numbers to aid food ordering and wood-burners help keep the chill off on cooler evenings. An interesting feature is the Meads Hall, a conversion of two 16th century barns, one of which was transported to the site in the 1970s and now rebuilt and styled as a medieval banqueting hall. It is open to all for Sunday lunch and hosts occasional arts event; otherwise it can be booked for functions and parties, being very popular for weddings.
- Crown & Cushion Minley Road Minley GU17 9UA firstname.lastname@example.org(01252) 545253
- Kingfisher on the Quay
Coleford Bridge Road
Taken over by McMullens Brewery in May 2013 and after a period of closure it reopened in May 2014 primarily as a restaurant, with prices to match. All service is by waiters and you are not able to purchase drinks at the bar, although there are a few tables there for drinkers or diners waiting to be seated. Drinkers are catered for, but if busy you may have to wait. Located on the banks of Mytchett Lake as part of a water-skiing complex, with a lovely view across the lake, where you can watch the birds and water-skiers. As you would expect there is plenty of outdoor seating and large picture windows overlooking the Lake. Also an outside bar in the summer. Inside there are lots of nooks and crannies on various levels with an eclectic but tasteful mix of decorative artefacts; including outboard motors at the bar and other nautical items. The available beers may vary within the McMullens range.
- Miners Arms
2 Mytchett Road
Large single roomed pub, with a predominantly local clientele. Most sporting events are shown on large screen TV and there even one on the patio, so you don't miss anything. Pub games are also important here with a pool table and dart board. The pub is furnished in a modern style, with a number of arty pictures. There is a larger dining room/function room and the Miners Lodge adjacent, providing good value accommodation. The pub also hosts the Mytchett Tandoori Take Away whose meals can be eaten in the pub.
- Mytchett Centre
140 Mytchett Road
Community Centre that provides a panoply of facilities for the locality. The single bar has two hand pumps, though one is currently used for a changing beer. The bar is for members of the Community Association though the pub licence allows visitors to use the bar by permission (but you will not pay the same prices as a club member). There is a wide-ranging calendar of events ranging from tea dances, classes of all kinds and an impressive annual firework display. Best consult the website. The club has the normal three strike rule, after three visits you will be encouraged to join the club.
- Kingfisher on the Quay Coleford Bridge Road Mytchett GU16 6DS email@example.com(01252) 372656
- North Camp
- Elephant & Castle
107 Lynchford Road
Traditional terraced pub, with a mainly timber structure, reverted back to it's original name in April 2018 after a number years as Sidewalks Bar. The pub is tastefully furnished and remains focused on televised sport and offers an array of TV screens. Pool tables and a darts board are also available. The beer is very cheap for the area and the guest comes from the EI list. A meat raffle is held every Sunday but there is no food and currently cash only. The location of what was the carriage entrance to the rear yard is visible and the clock on the front of the building is marked "Hazeltine of Farnborough."
- Farnborough Royal British Legion Club
51 Cambridge Road East
A private members club to the south of Farnborough, only open to members.
125 Park Road
Set in a quiet residential area half a mile from the A331/A3011 junction and North Camp train station, the Squirrel caters for all comers. While food from the good value menu is important, this is still a traditional pub where it doesn't matter where you sit, or whether you eat or just drink. The central island bar is surrounded by interconnected public spaces on three sides, mostly laid with dining tables of varying sizes but there is also an area with high stools more suited to drinking only. One end of the pub has sports on TV whilst the other end is quiet. There is a heated covered patio outside and a larger beer garden. A popular quiz is held every Thursday and Sunday evening. The regular beer selection is from nationals but a Twickenham beer is often available as a guest. While they may not be the most adventurous choice for seasoned ale drinkers, the beers are well-kept and reasonably priced for the area with prices only a little over £3/pint and £2.50 on Mondays!
- York Road Club
45 York Road
A large private members club located part way down a residential street. From the front it looks like another large house. Once in the club it consists of two large rooms. The first room has a bar part way down the left hand side and in front of this are pool tables, dart boards and casual seating areas. The far room is laid out with tables and chairs around the sides has a main stage at the far end and another function bar on the right hand side.
- Elephant & Castle 107 Lynchford Road North Camp GU14 6ET (01252) 542286
- Cricketers On The Green
Partially reopened on 17th August following a serious at the pub on 6th August 2020. The right hand side of the pub has reopened as well as an outside bar with new alfresco terraces as well as a Yurt Cafe which opens for breakfast. Reopened on 20th December 2019 after having been closed since July 2018. Set opposite Pirbright's large village green with its duck pond and cricket pitch. Formerly an Ind Coope pub, the Cricketers still sports a large Burton Ale sign on the external wall.
- Royal Oak
A picture book pub, owned by Greene King, with a strong emphasis on food, which is available all day. Enhanced by plants and flowers, it adjoins a stream and boasts a massive, child friendly garden. A porched entrance gives way to low beams and is excellently laid out with all sorts of nooks and crannies for eating and drinking together with a real fire. Very much a rural pub, yet close to nearby urban areas, with the bus service to Woking and Guildford stopping nearby. The pub boasts a very fine basin in the Gents toilet.
- White Hart
17th century coaching house on the village green, nowadays a pub/restaurant with good food retaining low beams and a real fire. Large garden dog friendly with plenty of space for bikes. Bus route 91(arriva) and 28 (buses excetera) (guildford - woking). Can be reached via brookwood station exit through the cemetery then through military cemetery and footpath to green
- Cricketers On The Green The Green Pirbright GU24 0JT (01483) 473198
- Good Intent
60-62 The Street
A 16th-century inn situated in an attractive village on the North Downs Way long distance trail. The cosy bar has oak beams and an inglenook fireplace. There is an open restaurant area at one end of the bar area and drinkers and those eating mix freely throughout. Ample portions of home made and freshly cooked food are served each session. The pub is popular with walkers and cyclists.
- Jolly Farmer
Puttenham Heath Road
Situated close to the Hogs Back between Farnham and Guildford the Jolly Farmer is a former Harvester, now an independent pub restaurant . Inside the bar is down a couple of stairs in front of the main bar. The pub is bright and airy and focuses on diners and families, with the layout comprising of a large single room. The real ale comes from Sharps. Its motto is "good food, good mood".
- Good Intent 60-62 The Street Puttenham GU3 1AR (01483) 923434
Popular Badger pub in an attractive location on the towpath of the Wey Navigation immediately adjacent to Pyrford Lock. This is a food oriented pub and can get very busy in the summer months and at weekends.
- Anchor Lock Lane Pyrford GU23 6QW firstname.lastname@example.org(01932) 342507
16th Century former Alms House which is now a modernised and full refurbished Grade II Free House on the High Street, featuring low beams and separate rooms. Primarily a restaurant which has an excellent reputation for the quality of their food. Small bar area with no available seating and all of the tables are laid out for diners. Very attractive enclosed outside garden area with decking. Up to two cask ales are available, one of which is expected to be from a local brewery.
- Half Moon
18th century single bar gastro pub on the High Street. The cafe style pub also offers bed and accommodation and has 8 rooms available with direct access via a separate door from the High Street. Pictures of old Ripley adorn the walls. Small courtyard area with one table and four chairs at the back of the pub which smokers also use. Traditional pub fare menu and a Specials board updated every day.
- Jovial Sailor
Jovial Sailor (or Jolly Sailor, as it was previously called) has been here for over 200 years. A turnpike stood at the top of the hill and tolls were levied. The pub became a popular stopping point for travellers who would feed and water their horses in the stables. These stables are now part of the pub premises. The pub’s first historic mention is in some deeds from 1781, when it was owned by a Chertsey brewer, Lawrence Porter. The pub stayed in the Porter family until the 19th Century. Nowadays it is a large, light airy building, with a variety of dining and seating areas. Part of the pub has bare brick walls and exposed oak beams taking you back to the past.
- Ripley Royal British Legion Club
25 Rose Lane
Traditional 1960s converted club with a single real ale, offering a warm welcome and competitive prices. Host regular events most months and bingo every Monday. Pool and snooker tables and a dart board are also provided.
- Seven Stars
A pretty country pub, about a mile north from Ripley village.It is situated in attractive countryside and is a pleasant diversion from a walk along the Wey Navigation. The ruins of Newark Priory, dating from the 12th Century, lie just down the road. Good quality food is served in the bar, or you can dine alfresco in covered booths outside; Sunday lunch is especially popular. There is also plenty more outside seating in the garden and a bicycle rack is provided. The pub itself is a 1930's style wood panelled building with 3 booths immediately inside the front door leading onto a u shaped bar. There is lots of local memorabilia doted around the walls and nooks and crannies with gas fires with fake coal in the fireplaces which look quite effective in the winter.
Built in 1540, with an olde world interior with low beams throughout. There is a single bar and a raised seating area to the rear. The pub is decorated in a nautical theme despite being many miles from the sea! The London Pride and Bombardier alternate.
Old, historic coaching inn on the old London to Portsmouth route. It is said that Nelson used to stop here on his way to his ship. There is a quiet room, Emma's Room, that contains a bench that Nelson used to sit upon! As well as having an historic wooden panelled bar and quiet side room, Emma's Room, the Talbot also has a modern function room, popular for wedding groups. There s also a very chic and modern dining area which has a separate menu to the bar menu. There is a large sun-trap patio area leading to a lawn with further seating. This area also has an outdoor barbeque and pizza oven which are very popular in the summer.
- Anchor High Street Ripley GU23 6AE ku.oc.rohcnayelpir@ofni(01483) 211866
- Hare & Hounds
2 The Square
Traditional no frills village pub, one of a dying breed where all members of the community meet drink and put the world to rights. Although the pub has a predominantly local clientèle, visitors are also made welcome. The single narrow bar, tend to have folk crowded around it on bar stools, with the pub opening out at one end with a beamed roof, where meals are served, although food never dominates. There is a large garden consisting of a patio, children's play area as well as a grass area. Throws are available for when the evening gets chilly.
- Hare & Hounds 2 The Square Rowledge GU10 4AA moc.liamtoh@sdnuoh_erah(01252) 792287
- Princess Royal
Impressive and stylish roadhouse, on a now bypassed stretch of the A31, to the east of Farnham. The pub was commissioned and built in 1926 for Courage. The Princess Royal Hotel was built by Gales and acquired by Fuller's as part of their 1999 takeover. The pub was designed by Guy Maxwell Alwin, who designed many other Farnham buildings includinghe Bush Hotel. The pub and hotel are now both run as one by Fullers. The hotel bar opens at 7am to provide breakfast for residents and non-residents alike, with beer available from 11am. The main bar is spacious, with the single room being divided into a number of discreet areas, with different types of seating; sofas, bar stools and dining chairs. There is a large dining room/function room to the rear containing two impressive chandeliers. Pictures of old Farnham are displayed throughout and there are also many pictures of other "Princess Royals" to be seen. They hold a monthly Monday quiz night and frequent music evenings. There are two outside drinking areas; a sun-trap patio to the front and a more sheltered and secluded grassed garden to the rear. Window boxes and hanging baskets provide an attractive feature in the spring and summer.
- Princess Royal Guildford Road Runfold GU10 1NX ku.oc.srelluf@layorssecnirp(01252) 782243
- New Inn
18th Century traditional rustic pub on the banks of the River Wey Navigation system which links the River Thames at Weybridge to the River Wey at Godalming. Popular with walkers, fishermen, canal boat owners and dog lovers. Attractive beer garden alongside the canal boat moorings. Quiz nights first Wednesday in every month. One long single bar which serves an open plan area on two levels with a separate dining room area which can also double up as a function room. Two log fires in the winter. Family and dog friendly, board games available for children.
- Saddlers Arms
Send Marsh Road
Traditional village pub off main road though Send. The name comes from the original owners making saddles for coach horses passing through between London and Portsmouth. Regular live music and music festivals nearby in summer make this a popular pub. Classic car & bike clubs meet here.
- New Inn Send Road Send GU23 7EN moc.liamg@dnesnniwen(01483) 762736
- Cyder House Inn
Once the only brew-pub in Surrey, after a period of closure the pub reopened in July 2016. Although no longer owned by Hall & Woodhouse they continue to provide the beers, with a strong focus on food. Enter the front door and you pass through a charming porch and dog station before entering the main pub. The pub has interconnecting drinking/dining areas on both sides of a shallow U-shaped bar, with a more formal dining area to the rear and separate, smaller private room to the right. The pub is decorated in a modern style, whilst retaining an old fashioned feel. Children are well catered for; as well as books and games in the pub there is a well equipped play area to the rear, adjacent to an extensive patio area. The pub was successfully listed as an Asset of Community Value in September 2016.
- Cyder House Inn Peperharow Lane Shackleford GU8 6AN ku.oc.nniesuohredyceht@liame(01483) 810360
- Queen Victoria
This Victorian local is much modernised internally, but retains a comfortable feel, comprising a semi-circular bar with a slightly separate area at the rear. There is a patio style garden at the rear as well as tables at the front. Good quality pub fare is served every lunch time (except Tuesday), and every evening (except Tuesday & Sunday). A popular quiz is held on alternate Thursday's from 8:30pm. There is some general parking around the pub, otherwise at the station or to the right of the main road across the railway bridge. Buses are frequent Monday to Saturday during the day, with hourly evening and Sunday services on Route 53. Trains on the Guildford - Redhill line are hourly (2 hourly Sundays).
52-54 The Street
This is a large friendly pub, on the main road between Guildford and Shalford station, near to the National Trust's, Shalford Mill. Parts of the building are said to date from 1711, but it has a modern feel inside, with contemporary decoration combining both nautical and rustic themes. There are many ammonites to be seen dotted about the rooms. There is a heated patio area and a large garden. Inside you will find a spacious, elegantly appointed dining area. The menu changes with the seasons and is modern British, with Mediterranean influences. There is an area for non diners. Food is served all day, finishing at 10pm Monday -Thursday, 10.30 Friday & Saturday and 9pm on Sunday. The car park extends further to more space behind the hedge, so do not be put off if it looks full upon arrival. Look at their web site for details of special food event evenings.
- Queen Victoria Station Row Shalford GU4 8BY (01483) 566959
- Shamley Green
- Bricklayers Arms
This Georgian pub is an ideal place to stop off while exploring the Surrey Hills. It has been extended over the years, the bar having been opened out leaving space for different seating and games areas, including sofas round the fire. There are usually two guest beers available, one from the local area. The food (not Sun eve) is all homemade with Sunday roasts, and monthly curry night. There is a monthly quiz night and occasional live music.
- Red Lion
Believed to have been a pub since the beginning of the 20th Century, but parts are somewhat older, the Red Lion has a traditional appearance facing the pretty village green. Outside tables at the front enable a peaceful weekend afternoon to be whiled away watching cricket, whilst a more secluded, well kept, garden at the rear is ideal for drinks on a summer evening. Permanent heated umbrellas here are provided for smokers. The front door opens into the small bar - this and the room to the left are for drinking, and dogs are welcome here. Through an archway the rooms to the right are a conversion of old outbuildings and comprise a 40-seater restaurant, and beyond this is a small function room which doubles as an overflow to the restaurant. Food is well regarded locally and is available at all sessions apart from winter Sunday evenings (when closing is 20.00), and it is wise to book for the restaurant, especially for Sunday lunch. This is a friendly place whose staff are anxious to please. The single guest beer is supplied from the Punch lists, and can be regional beers from anywhere. Shamley Green is well served by buses, which stop outside the Red Lion. During the day there are 3 per hour to Guildford and Cranleigh, reducing to hourly on Sundays and during the evenings.
- Bricklayers Arms The Green Shamley Green GU5 0UA moc.loa@rpqlrac(01483) 898377
- Shottermill Club
2 Liphook Road
Members club with games room and regular entertainment including discos, live music and bingo.
- Shottermill Club 2 Liphook Road Shottermill GU27 1NL (01428) 642262
- South Warnborough
- Poacher Inn
Reopened in June 2016 as a smartly refurnished gastro focused country pub with an extensive restaurant, there are various meal deals most days, except Saturday. Quiz night is fortnightly on Tuesday and live music is held approximately once a month
- Poacher Inn Alton Road South Warnborough RG29 1RP moc.nnirehcaop@ofni(01256) 636518
- St Johns
39 St. Johns Road
The pub is well set back from the road, the front garden has a children's play area at one end and a decked patio at the other. The bar has contemporary furniture and a flagstone floor. Food is served in the bar and adjacent restaurant. Underwent a £150,000 refurbishment in early 2021.
- St Johns Village Club
Small old and well established members only village club. Good value beer.
Busy modern Flaming Grill pub with sports TV and pool table. Good value food.
- Rowbarge 39 St. Johns Road St Johns GU21 7SA ku.oc.gnikowegrabworeht@ofni(01483) 761618
- Sutton Green
- Olive Tree
Sutton Green Road
Situated in countryside between Woking and Guildford close to Sutton Place and with a contemporary rustic feel. Food is a major part of this pub however it still welcomes customers want a drink. The front area of the pub retains a "pub" feel.
- Olive Tree Sutton Green Road Sutton Green GU4 7QD ku.oc.neergnottuseerteviloeht@ofni(01483) 729999
- The Sands
- Barley Mow
Situated in the lee of Crooksbury Hill (from which good views can be enjoyed), the Barley Mow has won many awards for its lovely garden. Formerly a Farnham United Breweries tied house (see the 1920 photo) the internal features then included a fine traditional public bar with table skittles. That bar is now a separate restaurant, featuring locally sourced dishes, but the rest of the spacious single bar is comfortably appointed for drinkers and diners. Full Sunday lunch available as well as evening theme nights; Tuesday Curry, Wednesday Steak and Thursday Fish & Chips. Popular with walkers on the North Downs Way, but dogs must remain in the garden. Note carefully the pub and food serving times and, if walking, phoning ahead to book is a good idea.
- Seale & Sands Royal British Legion Club
1 The Green
Friendly Royal British Legion club, completely rebuilt in the early 1990s. Set in the middle of the Surrey Hills it serves its local community and walkers in the local countryside, with a single real ale. Darts and indoor bowls are played and there are close links with Send Bowls Club during the summer. Also open from 10am on Saturdays serving Tea and Coffee.
- Barley Mow Littleworth Road The Sands GU10 1NE (01252) 782200
- Three Horseshoes
Dye House Road
Attractive country pub set between Thursley Common and the Devil's Punch Bowl. The garden at the rear overlooks the fields towards the Hindhead hills. Generally serves two or three local ales. The cozy front bar can get busy during meal times. There is an extensive dining area at the rear.
- Three Horseshoes Dye House Road Thursley GU8 6QD (01252) 703900
- Barley Mow
The Barley Mow is a typical English Country Pub, built in 1705 and sitting on Tilford village green. It is ideally located to sit out front, sip a pint and watch the cricket. Cricket is played every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from April to September and photographs of the Tilford Cricket Club in years past can be seen adorning the walls of the pub It is popular with motor clubs and ramblers and has a large riverside garden out the back, with views over adjoining fields and woodland. It is family-friendly, and dogs are welcome under control. Indoors contains a bar and three interconnected and semi-open plan seating areas. Cricket and Military Memorabilia adorn the walls. It serves traditional home cooked food all day except Sunday evening; barbecue only on Saturday.
Friendly food led country pub, originally converted from two small cottages in 1850. The bar is small and cosy, and there is a larger restaurant and conservatory to the rear. The beer selection is chosen from the SIBA range, with no one brewery particularly favoured although local breweries strongly supported. Depending on the time of year you will find between one and three beers available. Outside the garden has plenty of seating. Adults and children alike will love the resident donkeys, Pip and Big Ben, who welcome a chat over the fence if they can tear themselves away from the radio in their stable. The pub has been called the Donkey since 1947; originally a nickname derived from when donkeys were kept tethered outside the pub and then hired out to help the horses and carts up the hill.
- Duke Of Cambridge
A smartly updated rural pub, on a minor road a mile to the south of Tilford village, next to the Hankley Common Golf Club. The pub is owned by small local pub chain Red Mist and is particularly popular with families. A small, flagstoned bar, with attractive exposed brickwork, leads into a larger carpeted dining room. Outside the pub is overlooked by mature pine trees and there is a covered alfresco dining area and substantial garden, complete with children's play area.
- Barley Mow Tilford Green Tilford GU10 2BU moc.liamg@droflitwomyelrabeht(01252) 792205
12 Oxenden Road
Well presented and friendly locals pub. Adjacent to the single bar is a large pool room, convertible to function Room. The pub is next to a bowling green, not a cricket pitch, that used to be some distance away. A short walk west under the A331 takes you to the Blackwater Valley Path (BWVP), or walking the other way from the BWVP it takes you to the pub!
- Hogs Back Brewery Shop & Tap Room
Manor Farm, The Street
The Hogs Back Brewery consists of a shop, tap garden, Hanger Bar and Kiln Bar all offering real Hogs Back beers.
The Hogs Back Tap has 45 tables available to book in advance for groups of up to 6 plus smaller tables available to book on arrival. Pre-booking a table with advance payment covers the cost of a 3.5 pint flagon of beer or cider which you choose on arrival.
The Brewery Shop itself is situated on two floors, in a barn overlooking the brewery. The shop sells from the full range of Hogs Back draught beers to take away from 3.5 pint bottles up to a firkin. The shop also stocks up to 300 bottled beers from Britain and all over the world, together with a good choice of country wines and a range of Hogs Back souvenir chandlery. Brewery Shop Opening Times: 10-5 Monday 10-6 Tuesday & Wednesday 10-8 Thursday - Saturday 10-4.30 Sunday
Brewery tours are booked in advance via the website.
- White Hart
76 The Street
New tenant took over the pub in May 2021; this information below may therefore be out of date until the pub is resurveyed.
A friendly family run pub. Food is served Tuesday to Sunday. Children and dogs are welcome. The partially Grade II-listed pub boasts a lounge bar, with real fire, saloon bar and sports bar. The beer garden features decking and covered smoking area. Hogs Back TEA and up to five guests plus real cider feature. Live music some weekends. A beer festival has traditionally been held the second weekend in September.
The White Hart was joint winner of the local CAMRA branch's Pub of the Season for Winter 2014/2015.
The pub was successfully listed as an Asset of Community Value in September 2016.
- Cricketers 12 Oxenden Road Tongham GU10 1AF (01252) 328709
- Upper Hale
- Alfred Free House
9 Bishops Road
A friendly family run, street corner local tucked away in a leafy residential area down a very narrow road. The public bar is popular with locals and visitors alike and good conversation is the order of the day. Board games are also available for entertainment. Very unusual and welcome choice of real ales for the area is guaranteed on every visit. Regular ale is Wantsum Montgomery and there are four constantly changing guest ales sourced from all around the country normally including a dark beer. There are also two real ciders and numerous key keg beers available. Beers currently on tap and coming soon are displayed on a blackboard. There is an excellent choice of home made meals some evenings and Sunday lunch (booking advisable) all prepared on site using locally-sourced ingredients. The pub holds two very popular beer festivals every year (Easter weekend and last week of October) usually with a themed selection of beers and other events, such as charity quiz nights, throughout the year.
- Alfred Free House 9 Bishops Road Upper Hale GU9 0JA moc.liamg@esuoheerfderfla(01252) 820385
- Chequers Inn
White Hill Road
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, this pub has a lovely outside seating area at the front under a grape vines. There is also a beer garden to the rear. The pub was built in the 15th Century and retains much of it's character, with beams and inglenook fireplace. The pub includes a restaurant which serves a range of fine food from its brasserie and a la carte menus,Has won the Hall & Woodhouse Dining pub of the year. At least two of the regular beers are on at a time.
- Chequers Inn White Hill Road Well RG29 1TL (01256) 862605
- West Byfleet
- Camphill Club
10 Camphill Road
Social Club founded after World War One for the Ex Servicemen and Women and their families. The Club has grown from a group of Nissan Huts to a purpose built club for use by the local community. The club has two bars 'The Clubb Bar' and the 'Sports Bar' and runs football, rugby and cricket clubs. The club welcomes CAMRA members, but operates the three strike rule (after three visits you will normaly be expected apply for membership).
2 Station Road
Refurbished August 2015 and re-opened as The Station on lease from the Spiirit Group. One large open-plan space on three sides around a central bar with separate coffee bar servery to one side and a dining area to the rear. There is a variety of seating options to suit couples and larger groups alike. In addition to three cask ales there is a selection of Meantime keg beers if you're that way inclined plus a some interesting bottled beers in the fridge.
- West Byfleet Social Club
41 Station Approach
Members club, adjacent to West Byfleet Station, which welcomes card carrying CAMRA Members. A good range of real ales is served, five in the Summer and six in Winter, together with good-value food. The club has two full sized snooker tables, two high quality pool tabes and three dart boards. There is bingo every Monday and a quiz on the last Wednesday of the month. CAMRA members should be signed in by a member and pay £1 temporary membership.
- Camphill Club 10 Camphill Road West Byfleet KT14 6EF (01932) 346403
- West Clandon
- Bulls Head
Very traditional 16th-century pub on the A347, close to Clandon Park about 3/4 mile south of Clandon Station. From the roadside you enter through the saloon bar, with low ceilings and oak beams adorned with hop bines and step down into the main bar area. This is quite narrow, so can get congested with locals propping up the bar; but they are always happy to move! Beyond the bar, the pub opens out into a more spacious dining area. Whilst food is important, this is no gastro-pub, with the focus very much on traditional British cooking at very reasonable prices for the area. No food available Sunday evening.To the rear is a hedged garden, where you can while away a couple of hours of seclusion, whilst drinking the three regular beers.
- Onslow Arms
Purchased by Yoings from Pearmain Pubs Ltd on 12th March 2020. Information below will be updated in due course. Impressive building with a brick façade, mock Tudor features and attractive, overlapping tiling. The pub is named after the earls of Onslow who owned nearby Clandon Park (now National Trust). It has been comfortably refurbished whilst maintaining a traditional feel. Inside, it has a smart appearance and there is a number of interconnecting areas, predominantly set out for dining but drinkers are welcome, with an emphasis on local beers. The Garden Room has a TV for major sporting events, acoustic live music is featured on Bank Holidays and some the first Wednesday of every month. Food is served all day, with the menu changing at 5.30pm. There is a spacious garden to the rear with a heated barn area for food and drink. A smaller hedged garden to the front, where on a summer's afternoon you can watch a myriad of sports cars out on a country drive!
- West Clandon Royal British Legion Club
Cecil Ince Hall, The Street
The club is located adjacent to Clandon Village Hall, sharing the large car park beside the park. The British Legion Club bar, presents a smart, airy appearance, across 3 separate rooms. A large TV screen in the main bar area shows live sports and there is a snooker table, pool table and darts board in a side room. Families are welcome. There is a function room available for hire. Anyone may hire this, not only club members. Regular quiz and curry nights are held. Outside is a relaxing decked area where you can look over the countryside and nearby Onslow Estate; there is also a children's play area in the public park. This is a Members Only club, but guests may be signed in.
- Bulls Head The Street West Clandon GU4 7ST (01483) 222444
- West End
- Hare & Hounds
Tucked away in Brentmoor Rd opposite the old village cricket pitch was known as the "Titch Tavern" many years ago. Good food served all day, welcome news if you've been walking on Brentmoor Heath opposite the pub. The Pool Table area is now a dinning area and the Pool tables have been moved to a seperate building for the 2 Pool teams based here.
- Inn At West End
42 Guildford Road
Recently taken over by the Barons pub company the Inn is a more adult environment than their other pubs.While much of the pub is given over to dining the bar area is a very pleasant place to just enjoy a drink. Open at 7am every weekday and at 8am Saturdays and Sundays for breakfast. The Inn has 12 en-suite boutique letting bedrooms.
- West End Social Club
2 High Street
Popular private members club, running darts, snooker and bowls teams. Live music, typically a covers band, takes place every Saturday evening. A Country Music Club is hosted on the 3rd Sunday of every month and an open mic night on the 1st Sunday. Non-members can attend these events for a small cover charge. There is a quiz night on the second Sunday of the months and a sports quiz league runs on Thursdays throughout the Winter.
- Hare & Hounds Brentmoor Road West End GU24 9QG (01276) 709589
- West Horsley
- Barley Mow
181 The Street
A traditional pub set in the heart of the Surrey Hills, close to Wisley and Hatchlands Park and also popular with classic car enthusiasts.The main bar is split into separate areas, laid out for dining on the left hand side and with a traditional flagstone floor to the right. The pub building is large and incorporates the Malting House to the rear, which is available for functions. Food is traditional English cooking at lunchtimes with Thai food available all lunchtimes and each evening, except Sunday.The garden consists of a substantial open grassed area which is great for dogs and with seating dotted around.
- King William IV
83 The Street
A pleasant village pub dating from 1830, popular with walkers as well as visitors to the nearby Wisley Gardens and Hatchlands Park. Characterised by low beams for the unwary, the main bar splits into two rooms to the left and right of the main entrance, opening out into a larger restaurant area to the rear, although food can be eaten throughout the pub. There are various alcoves with an array of unusual objects dotted around the pub and there is a good collection of toys for the kids available. Outside are attractive window boxes to the front and a pleasant decked patio to the rear, from which you can step down to a larger grassed garden and children's play area complete with a bouncy castle in summer. There is also a covered and heated smoking area. A very popular quiz night in on the last Sunday of the month and tables usually have to be booked in advance.
- Barley Mow 181 The Street West Horsley KT24 6HR moc.yelsrohwomyelrab@seiriuqne(01483) 282693
- Elm Tree
14 Weybourne Road
The pub reopened on 19th September 2020, following closure at the start of the year, before the Covid-19 pandemic broke. A planning application to convert the pub into a nursery was submitted to the local Council in 2019 but subsequently withdrawn. This bright and airy pub on the main road through Weybourne, consists of a single bar. Originally multi-roomed, these have now all been knocked into one, although the character of separate areas remains to a certain extent. At one end the pub has comfortably sofas, whist at the other,there is a more boisterous feel, with a focus on sport, with Sky TV as well as more traditional games such as pool and darts, with the pub hosting several teams. There is a covered patio, which also has TV screens, showing sport.
- Running Stream
66 Weybourne Road
Lovely friendly, quiet locals pub. A horseshoe shaped room surrounds a central bar. Basic tables are dotted around the outer perimeter with stools at the bar and the pub is simply decorated with various pictures of the old pub on the wall. Greene King beers which are invariably in excellent condition are served with one free of tie handpump, which will often be dispensing a mild.
There is are quizzes on Wednesdays at 10, and Sundays at 9.45, occasional live music plus other events.
- Elm Tree 14 Weybourne Road Weybourne GU9 9ES (01252) 957512
- Barley Mow
Attractive modernised family friendly country pub in a pleasant location very close to the Basingstoke Canal and towpath which is ideal for walkers, canoeists and people on barges who can enjoy a convenient place to tie up with a slipway available. There is a real log fire in the winter, comfortable seating and a conservatory that links directly with the garden area. Children are welcome as are dogs (wooden floor areas only). Good range of pub food available, including a takeaway menu. A very good range of traditional pub and board games is available on request including bagatelle, backgammon, chess and dominoes. The first Wednesday of every month is quiz night and a Hands-On Flower Workshop takes place on the first Friday. There is an annual beer and music festival which takes place in a marquee tent outside during early/mid August. Live music events take place every two to three months. Closed on Monday evenings unless it is a scheduled quiz night or a Bank Holiday. Plenty of parking available and lots of outdoor space in the garden and adjoining cricket field owned by the pub. The pub is 20 mins walk from Winchfield railway station. The real cider is Westons Old Rosie
- Winchfield Inn
Traditional 17th century pub adjacent to Winchfield railway station. Originally named the Beauclerk Arms after the local landowner, Lord Frederick Beauclerk who was a founder member of the MCC. Comfortable single bar with adjacent restaurant and large garden. This pub has provided centuries of refreshment and accommodation which continues to this day with 17 en-suite rooms which are popular with visitors who appreciate a speedy rail link to London.
- Barley Mow The Hurst Winchfield RG27 8DE ku.oc.oohay@womyelrabeht(01252) 617490
- Bee Inn
For many years a modest rustic pub between the village of Windlesham and the A30 The Bee became more ‘gastro’ after a change of ownership in the ‘noughties’. A further change of lease has seen it return to being more of a community pub, but where food still plays a significant part, and is available at both lunchtime and evenings. The entrance leads straight into the central bar area, with the restaurant to the right: the latter can also be used as a Function Room. As well as three bench/tables at the front of the pub there’s a garden area at the back, with children’s playing apparatus.
This pub/restaurant is on the East-going road out towards Chertsey, and is renowned for the range and quality of its food, in particular, though the 4 Cask Ales are also well kept. There is extensive parking along the side and back of the pub, and most people would probably walk from their cars through the paved garden area, and enter via the back door. Immediately right is a small bar area, but ahead is the main room, with tables and chairs and the main bar. A wood-burning stove at left is next to a cosy, more intimate room, while the bar curls around towards the main dining area/conservatory, and the front door leads onto the main bar. The garden area contains plenty of suitable furniture for enjoying food/drinks in decent weather, and out here there’s generally a Beer Festival in July, and a Jazz/Music Festival in September.
- Half Moon
A traditional country pub right in the heart of Windlesham Village surrounded by green fields and countryside. This very attractive community free-house dates back to the 17th-Century and was originally a coaching inn and has been owned by the same family for over 100 years. Open all day (Mon to Sat) with 8 different cask ales and one real cider available on hand pumps. All the food from the extensive menu is freshly prepared and cooked to order. Breakfast is also served between 9-11.30am. The bar area consists of two rooms linked by an brick archway and there is a separate restaurant area which can also be booked for private functions. Most of the original features of the pub have been retained e.g. slate floors and wooden beams and there are lots of interesting pieces of brewery memorabilia and old photographs of Windlesham hanging on the walls. The outside garden area is a delight and also has an enclosed children’s play area which is very popular in the summer.
- Sun Inn
1 Chertsey Road
Traditional country pub in the village centre, with a central bar serving both the main area and a small ‘sports bar’ with pool table and darts: there’s also a conservatory area, used mainly for dining. The sizeable garden includes picnic tables and children’s playhouse and slides. Up to 4 Cask Ales are on offer here, Courage Best, Doom Bar, and Landlord being the regulars, and often a Guest Beer, all from a traditional underground cellar. This is a good community pub, also serving freshly-cooked lunch and evening meals, and with live Folk Music on Tuesday evenings.
- Surrey Cricketers
55 Chertsey Road
A large open plan pub in a modern styling having had major refurbishment in December 2016. Pleasant patio area at front and large garden at rear with children's play area. Three hand pumps (session, medium and stronger ale) with local and regional brand beers rotating monthly. Imaginative range of reasonably priced food available.
- Windlesham Club Kennel Lane Windlesham GU20 6AA (01276) 472210
- Windmill Inn
Located on the A30 between Bagshot and Sunningdale to the north of Windlesham Village, the Windmill is an 18th Century pub, now knocked through into interconnected areas for sitting/ dining, and a central bar area, with cream-coloured flagstones on the floor and bar-top. The pub was extensively refurbished in December 2017, and although many of the pictures are of windmills the pub itself is not known to have been a windmill originally. Access to the large car-park used to be directly from the A30, but is now from the side-road, for obvious safety reasons. For those who like to sit outside in decent weather there’s an enclosed beer-garden at the back, and a patio at the front. The Hogs Back TEA is sometimes changed for another Hogs Back beer, and a Guest Beer is brought on when the need is felt for it.
- Bee Inn School Road Windlesham GU20 6PD ku.oc.bupeebeht@ofni(01276) 479244
- Star Inn
An open plan pub with a modern feel. The front bar has a wood burning stove and while the more traditional back bar has a large open fire. There is an adjoining pool room and a pleasant garden to the rear of the pub.
- White Hart
A cosy pub dating back to the 14th century, with the timber frame exposed in the main bar. The area to the left of the main bar is mainly used for dining, while the area in front of the bar has a large, open fire in the Winter months.
- Star Inn Petworth Road Witley GU8 5LU (01428) 684656
- Bridge Barn
Bridge Barn Lane
0870 197 7276
Set on the bank of the Basingstoke Canal with moorings immediately adjacent, the Bridge Barn was once a farm building dating in parts to the 16th century. After being part of a nursery and then a riding school the building was extended and converted to a Beefeater pub and restaurant in the ‘80s. The bar is in the older part of the building with brick and oak beams exposed and in the corner closest to the canal is a wood panelled snug.
- Cellar Magneval
3 Church Path
Welcoming and informal wine bar that opened in 2011, a short distance from the entrance to Woking Station. The single-roomed bar is decorated with a rustic feel. A eclectic range of seating is arranged around a mix of just half a dozen dining and coffee tables at which you can be served, or you can choose to sit at the bar if you prefer. The extensive wine list is complimented by four interesting bottles beers. The most locally produced is the bottle conditioned Saison brewed by the owner in collaboration with Thurstons Brewery in Woking. A very different ambiance to most of the other formulaic drinking establishments in the town centre.
- Herbert Wells
51-57 Chertsey Road
Opening in Summer 1995 on the site of the original Woolworths the Herbert George Wells was one of the first Wetherspoons in the area. An ever changing range of up to seven guest beers plus six perries and ciders are available, and being close to both bus and train stations this is an attractive alternative to a waiting room. A wide range of clientele make up this busy pub - shoppers and office workers by day and a wide range of drinkers young and old in the evening. Named after H G Wells, who lived locally, artefacts include photographs from the early 1900's illustrating life in Woking at the time.
- Inn at Maybury
Recently refurbished, well appointed dining pub on the cored of Old Woking Road and Maybury Hill. The bar faces the junction with a larger restaurant behind. Food is served all day.
- Junction Tap
43-47 Chertsey Road
This long term sport bar venue has had a number of incarcerations over the years. The current version opened in May 2019 with up to four cask ales, which is fewer than when it was the Ogilvy but stronger that in earlier years. The beerengines are complimented by a six font keg wall behind the bar. The decor combines pop art, pine floors, exposed RSJs and glazed tile work. Most seats have views of multiple TV screens. The food menu includes pizzas, burgers, sandwiches and mains. A DJ provides entertainment from 10 until close on Friday and Saturday nights.
- Kingfield Arms
Basic wet only local opposite parade of shops south of Woking town centre. Convenient for local football ground.
Busy town centre Irish theme pub. Formerly the Red House then Farenheit & Firkin once again reincarnated as an Irish theme pub. After a time not selling Real Ale it has been reinstated.
24 Princess Road
Welcoming backstreet community pub with secluded garden. Pool and Darts are popular. Live music once a month.
- Sands at Bleak House
Contemporary hotel, pub/restaurant on the edge of Horsell Common, famous for the martian landing in War of the Worlds. The bar and main dining has rustic tiled floors and the bar area has deep leather sofas. A separate dining area has wooden floors and may be used for private events. Beyond a conservatory at the rear of the bar is a gravelled garden with a covered area of decking.
One of the older pubs in Woking, the Sovereigns was opened up and refurbished a few years ago. Serving one of the widest range of real ales in the Ember Inns estate, four guest beers are normally on offer along side the regulars. Children have their own menu and are welcome until 9pm. A charge is made for the car park but is refundable at the bar.
- Woking Conservative Club
Mount Hermon Road
Well appointed members club with a spacious bar downstairs with pool and darts. Snooker, meeting and function rooms are also available.
- Woking Hockey Club Satellite Pavilion, Wishbone Way, Kirkland Avenue Woking GU21 3QR (01483) 472509
- Woking Railway Athletic Club
Friendly and lively social club tucked away near Victoria Arch, serving an ever-changing selection of ales, often from local breweries, normally three at a time. One side of the bar is sports orientated, with darts, (free to play) pool and Sky Sports, while the other side is quieter. Children are welcome at all times and free Wi-Fi is available. Filled rolls are available on Saturday afternoon. For entry show a CAMRA membership card or copy of the Good Beer Guide. Local CAMRA Club of the Year 2020.
- Bridge Barn Bridge Barn Lane Woking GU21 6NL 0870 197 7276
- Grantley Arms
This Free house was purchased by Young's in March 2020.
The core of this village pub is a late 16th or early 17th-century half-timbered building with later extensions. It is now one main bar with doors through to a restaurant. There is also a small separate room used for private dining. The pub has been modernised internally and is bright and busy. Buses stop outside, and there are evening and Sunday services from Cranleigh and Guildford.
- Wonersh Village Club
Opened in 1887 as Wonersh Liberal Club. Architect William Seth-Smith had envisaged a considerably larger building but due to lack of funds only a portion of his plans were used. It continued until 1929 when it became the Wonersh & District Working Men’s Club and then more recently the Wonersh Village Club and is now part of the CIU (Club & Institute Union).
- Grantley Arms The Street Wonersh GU5 0PE ku.oc.sgnuoy@smrayeltnarg(01483) 893351
- Wood Street
- Royal Oak
89 Oak Hill
A classic village pub in a dominant position set back on the main road. Rebuilt in 1928 in the detached Surrey farmhouse style. The two original bars have been knocked into one but the two entrances remain. There is a large rear garden. A prize winning pub for many years, the Royal Oak went through a lull a few years ago following a change of management. A further change has bought it back to life. Homemade food lunch and dinner, pizza is served Tuesday to Saturday. No food Monday and Sunday evening. Childrens play area in garden. O.A.P lunch deal daily except Monday.
- White Hart
White Hart Lane
Very large country pub on a no through lane just off the Wood Street village green. The building dates from the 15th century and the timber frame is fully exposed inside. It has an extensive patio and garden area, whilst inside the pub is L-shaped with one leg set aside for dining and the other leg containing the bar. The pub has a very modern feel, in an exposed beam surrounding and is comfortably furnished with leather sofas and arm chairs. The menu is extensive, food is served every lunch time and evening during the week and all day at the weekend.
- Royal Oak 89 Oak Hill Wood Street GU3 3DA moc.kooltuo@3102kaolayoreht(01483) 235137
- Fox Inn
A welcoming, traditional village pub at the centre of Fox Corner between Worplesdon and Pirbright. Four interconnected rooms with bare floor boards, exposed beams and an eclectic range of furniture are arranged in a horse shoe around the bar. The Fox is a genuine free house serving three regular and two changing real ales. One of the changing beers is normally from Brumaison in Marden, Kent. There is also a list of thirty different wines chosen by a Master of Wine. The pub itself is set well back from the road and to one side there is a patio and substantial garden.
- Jolly Farmer
A Fuller's tied house built in the 1750s. It is a traditional rural pub down a country lane, but within a mile from Worplesdon train station. Popular with ramblers and dog walkers the pub has a large beer garden. Alfresco or in pub dining available.
- Merrist Wood Golf Club
Although a club, the bar is open to the public. An access road to the clubhouse is located just inside of the entrance to Merrist Wood College and before the college gates. The bar is in a spacious lounge at the rear of the clubhouse and breakfast and beer are served from 8am. Outdoor seating gives a closer view of play under way. Fore!
- Worplesdon Place Hotel
Refurbished in early 2016 and again in Feb 2020. An early 19th Century manor house, set in extensive grounds with a large garden and lake. There is a spacious modern-styled bar with a separate restaurant but it the garden that draws people on a balmy summer evening. The garden sweeps down to the hotel's own lake where you will find a variety of wildfowl including black swans. Inside, the bar is decorated in a contemporary style, with brewing pictures and railway posters and a mix of comfortable and more formal seating.
- Fox Inn Fox Corner Worplesdon GU3 3PP moc.renrocxofnnixofeht@legin(01483) 234024
- Bear & Ragged Staff
48 The Street
17th Century pub, situated on the A325 between Farnham and Bordon. The front door opens onto the bar area with limited seating; however, there is plenty of seating available in the rooms off to the side. There are two hand pumps which regularly change. The decor is old meets new with lots of exposed original wood beams with clean modern wooden tables and bar. The pub is primarily a drinkers’ pub, but the food is modern English fusion style including fancy burgers, pizzas, and a traditional lunchtime roast on Sundays. There is a 14th century barn at the back which is available for private hire.
- Royal Oak
59 The Street
17th century pub which remains a community local in the heart of the village. You'll even find a tin of dog biscuits on the bar. The single bar, serves 3 separate rooms, with one set out for more formal dining, though one can eat throughout the pub. Special food nights throughout the week: Tuesday - exotic burger night, Wednesday - steak night, Thursday - Pie & Pint night. Quiz night is Sunday. An occasional guest beer from the Greene King portfolio supplements the 2 regular beers. The pub boasts a very large, enclosed garden with slides for children. A very convivial atmosphere.
Sandrock Hill Road
The pub focuses on serving 7 regular cask ales plus a changing guest ale on handpump. Thai food (set lunchtime menu) is available most days in its separate restaurant or via its takeaway service which offers a 10% discount. There is a patio garden terrace at the rear, free Wi-Fi and a small car park in this dog and family friendly pub which is popular with locals. A dart board is available and live music once a month on a Saturday. Major sporting events are shown if they are on terrestrial Freeview TV.
- Bear & Ragged Staff 48 The Street Wrecclesham GU10 4QR (01252) 820257
- Anchor Inn
A traditional unpretentious locals pub on the edge of Yateley. The building is old, having been mentioned in the Domesday Book and having served many roles alongside that of a pub, including a shop, horse taxi rank. abattoir and chapel of rest! Families are particularly welcome as there is a sizable garden with a play area. Live Sport is popular and the pub plays host to The Vigo Vipers cricket team as well as The Anchor vets and darts teams.
Cricket Hill Lane
This is a large Greene King pub (originally Morlands) with a central L-shaped bar serving two main areas, but these also split into smaller areas which are comfortably furnished. The two regular beers are Greene King's IPA and Abbot, but the guest is often a non-Greene King beer. A popular for eating, with food available from 11 am till 9 pm. Sports TVs, a pool table, and darts. With plenty of space outdoors for children to play this is also popular with young families.
- Dog & Partridge
105 Reading Road
A village pub right at the heart of the Yateley community with the Village Green in front and the old St Swithun’s Church next door to the pub. Reopened in July 2014 after major refurbishment and a change of management. In addition to the regular beer there are up to three guest beers, one of which may be from a local brewery. Open plan bar with TVs (Sky Sports & BT Sports). This family friendly pub is now managed by Mark and Tania Edgell who built up an excellent reputation for quality real ales and home made food during their seven very successful years at the Frog and Wicket in nearby Eversley. Sunday lunches are now legendary at the D&P where table bookings are essential. Voted as a runner up in Britain's Best Sunday lunches in the Knorr and Unilever annual awards. The Dog & Partridge was once the HQ for the Official Monster Raving Loony Party who held their Annual Conferences there for each of the 5 years when their Party Leader was the Landlord from 2000 to 2005.
- Royal Oak
27 Reading Road
The Royal Oak is a large, open-plan pub on the busy Yateley main road, with ample parking at the rear. The pub offers a variety of seating styles; the more formal restaurant style to comfy sofas and basic bar stools. The real ale is from Greene King; IPA and Abbot are regulars with a changing guest from the Greene King list and a guest, often Hogsback TEA. All members of the local community are catered for and welcomed; please discuss any specific dietary requirements and the staff when ordering your food and they will cater for you accordingly. There is a darts board and a pub darts team. Quiz night is Thursday night. poker and pool on Mondays and darts on Tuesday evenings. From time to time there will be live music nights or karaoke, which are advertised in the pub. Special events are held at Easter and at other times throughout the year and the pub also has a quiet zone.
- White Lion
104-108 Reading Road
Grade II listed building, originally an old 19th Century coaching inn this pub has been extensively refurbished over the years, and is now a "Vintage Inn" within the Mitchells and Butlers portfolio. The sizeable floorspace is split into several smaller areas, with lots of nooks and crannies. The two log fires give a distinctly cosy and welcoming atmosphere in wintry weather. A popular pub, with good value meals available throughout the day. Active member of the local community, children's parties organised and local charity events supported.
- Anchor Inn Vigo Lane Yateley GU46 6EP (01252) 872248