Seahorse52-54 The Street
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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, which is available to take away, changes with the seasons and is modern British, with Mediterranean influences. There is an area for non diners. Food is served all day, with brunch from 9.30am at the weekend. 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.