Bulls HeadThe Street
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Reopened 4th July Pub is open inside and out. Hours: Mon - Sat: 12-11 (Food 12-2:30 & 6-9) Sun: 12 -6 (Food 12-3) Wendy welcomes drinkers as well as diners. Table service in operation. Bookings are preferred, but 'walk-ins' will always try to be accommodated.
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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.