The Merry Harriers
Muddy says: A pretty 16th century inn in the village of Hambledon just out of Godalming with seven boutique B and B rooms, a campsite and llama trekking centre.
Head chef Sam Page produces warming traditional pub favourites alongside seasonal specials and the pub’s ever-popular sharing platters. The focus is always on quality local ingredients with a little foraging here and there.
There are two rooms for private dining which can host up to 18 guests, and the main dining room, with space for 35 guests, can also be hired for exclusive use.
At the bar, you’ll find an interesting selection of local real ales, wines from Surrey vineyards and the Merry Harriers Garden Cider home-pressed from Hambledon apples.
The pretty garden is perfect for al fresco drinks and dining with a children’s play area, garden boules and a view of the resident llamas in the neighbouring paddock.
If you want to stay the night, book into one of the seven boutique bedrooms. They all come with with Egyptian cotton bed linen, down pillows, luxurious high-pressure showers, complimentary tea and coffee making facilities, flat screen TVs and free wifi.
Children of all ages and four-legged friends are always welcome.
And then there’s there llama treks – catering for almost any occasion from children’s birthday parties to corporate events. Options include The English Picnic, Winter Morning and Summer Evening Treks with the llamas carrying the picnic hampers and guiding you along the stunning local trails of The Greensand Way. Add in some Champagne to help you celebrate your occasion in style!