King William IV83 The Street
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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.