The 10 Most Charming Pubs in Surrey


The 10 Most Charming Pubs in Surrey

 

Surrey is home to a countless number of quaint pubs. We’ve compiled a guide to our 10 favourites from across the county. 

 

The Bell

Outwood is an incredibly picturesque village set in rural Surrey. It boasts its own windmill, as well as a handful of charming pubs, including The Bell; a cosy 17thcentury boozer that is the perfect place to relax after a walk in the surrounding countryside. 

Address: Outwood Lane, Outwood, RH1 5PN

Telephone: 01342 842989

 

The Greyhound 

Having recently benefitted from an extensive refurbishment, this Carshalton favourite offers a sophisticated environment to enjoy drinks with friends. Think leather booth seating, tweed armchairs and vintage lighting. Dogs welcome.

Address: High Street, Carshalton, SM5 3PE

Telephone: 020 8647 1511

 

The Dog and Pheasant 

The Dog and Pheasant has all the attributes of a picturesque country pub. Think low-hanging beams, log fires in colder months and an impressive wine list and locally brewed beer. 

Address: Haslemere Road, Brook, GU8 5UJ

Telephone: 01428 682763

 

The Grey Horse 

Calling all whiskey lovers. This Kingston watering hole stocks a bottle of whiskey from every Scottish distillery still producing. That’s over 150 whiskies in total. An impressive feat. Plus, they also host regular live music events. 

Address:46 Richmond Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, KT2 5EE

Telephone: 020 8617 9860

 

The Refectory 

This Refectory in Milford is one-of-a-kind. Brimming with old beams, open fires and characterful antiques, this former cattle barn is a unique spot to socialise with friends. 

Address: Portsmouth Road, Milford, GU8 5HJ 

Telephone: 01483 413820

 

The Brickmakers 

If you’re looking for a sophisticated environment which serves moreish British fare, then The Brickmakers is the place for you. Favourites include homemade Scottish steak and kidney pie, slow braised half shoulder of lamb and twice-cooked pork belly.

Address: Chertsey Road, Windlesham, GU20 6HT

Telephone: 01276 472267

 

The Stephan Langton Inn 

Named after the former Archbishop of Canterbury who signed the Magna Carta in 1218, The Stephen Langton Inn is a secluded pub that is full of historical charm. It’s also widely renowned as having some of the best pub food in the county. A must-visit.

Address: Friday Street, Abinger Common, RH5 6JR

Telephone: 01306 730775

 

The Duke of Cambridge 

With an emphasis on locally sourced and sustainable food, this country pub is the perfect destination for a wholesome lunch. The rustic setting is also something to be admired; the Duke of Cambridge is set in a quaint cottage with an attached barn.

Address: Tilford Road, Tilford, GU10 2DD

Telephone: 01252 792 236

 

The Red Lion 

This country spot is the perfect place to pick up a real ale. You can guarantee that the proprietors will always have an interesting selection available. This 18thcentury pub also has a charming Cellar Room for private occasions. 

Address: Old Road, Buckland, RH3 7DS

Telephone: 01737 843336

 

The Inn 

This West End hangout is highly regarded as being the place to go for high-end pub food in the area. The menu is teaming with locally sourced items, including braised lamb filo parcel, Surrey Farm sirloin steak and chicken liver parfait.

Address: 42 Guildford Road, West End, Woking, GU24 9PW

Telephone: 01276 858652

 

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