Crossways InnChurt Road
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Opens 4th July 2020 with normal hours. Inside tables reserved for vulnerable, disabled or elderly customers. No food served until further notice. No booking system and entry will be refused if at capacity. Things are changing quickly and well worth double checking with the pub for latest situation before visiting.more information...
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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.