Pubs & Inns
Muddy says: Looking for riverside dining with a view to die for - The Bridge in Chertsey is your pub!
Muddy says: This 16th century village pub in Hascombe has its fair share of locals tumbling in for a pint but is also a foodie destination in its own right.
Muddy says: Historic and characterful rural coaching inn with traditional wood-panelled bar with open log fire, an award-winning restaurant and five bedrooms.
Muddy says: A stylish neighbourhood pub with a large dining room and quality food - great for a Sunday pub lunch with the family or for an after-work drink with the girls.
Muddy says: Traditional country pub full of character and charm offering fresh seasonal food and a great drinks menu. Dog and family friendly.
Muddy says: A stunning riverside pub with a great outdoor area, lovely food and stylish rooms.
Muddy says: A cosy and relaxed 18th century pub at the Bishopsgate entrance to Great Windsor Park, The Fox and Hounds serves quality home-cooked food all day.
Muddy says: Village pubs don't get much more local than this. After a massive fund-raising campaign The Bull has been bought by local investors, refurbed and is now open for business.
Muddy says: An elegant country pub specialising in South African cuisine - think boerewors sausages, biltong and traditional South African bobotie. There are also five luxury bedrooms and a stylish separate function room.
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.
Muddy says: A great find - nestled between Redhill and Reigate - this friendly pub offers unpretentious food, a great selection of beers and a cracking wine list.
Muddy says: A traditional English country inn with stylish accommodation, good food and real ale, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Muddy says: With it's central Guildford location overlooking the historic castle and gardens, The March Hare is a buzzing pub offering good food and service.
Muddy says: A stylish French brasserie in an historic old pub with a lovely garden outside and cosy nooks inside, serving classic French-influenced food and British favourites.
Muddy says: This stylish 1700s coach house just off the high street in well-heeled Weybridge offers quality French fare with a British twist.
Muddy says: The jewel in the crown of the Whites Brasserie group, this pub has a cosy bar for drinks, a stylish restaurant for dining, lovely garden and a super-cool tipi.
Muddy says: A charming family-friendly pub overlooking Englefield Green and within a stone's throw of Great Windsor park makes this the perfect spot for a post walk pint or nosh up.
Muddy says: Owned by Chris Evans and run by food and wine lovers, the Mulberry Inn is a welcoming a relaxed pub that ticks all the boxes.
Muddy says: Set on idyllic Downside Common, The Cricketers has inglenook fireplaces, cosy nooks and comfy armchairs aplenty - plus a beautiful garden overlooking the Common.
Muddy says: Situated on the edge of the beautiful Horsell Common, Sands at Bleak House is a chic and contemporary boutique hotel, restaurant and bar.