My Faves

Click the bookmark icon to save all the stuff you love.

Be The First To Know

Your inside line on the new, unique and unmissable across Surrey

Sign up to our newsletter

Reader Treats Just For You!

Little Black Book

Pubs & Inns

Showing 17 results | Back to Food & Drink

The Fox and Hounds, Englefield Green

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.

View listing

The Cricketers, Cobham

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.

View listing

The March Hare, Guildford

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.

View listing

The Sun Inn, Chobham

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.

View listing

The Queen’s Head, Weybridge

Muddy says: This stylish 1700s coach house just off the high street in well-heeled Weybridge offers quality French fare with a British twist.

View listing

The Victoria, Oxshott

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.

View listing

The Barley Mow, Englefield Green

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.

View listing

The Black Horse, Reigate

Muddy says: Beautifully restored historic coaching inn in the pretty market town of Reigate, serving British pub favourites alongside French brasserie classics.

View listing

The Bridge, Chertsey

Muddy says: Looking for riverside dining with a view to die for - The Bridge in Chertsey is your pub! 

View listing

The White Horse, Hascombe

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.

View listing

The Running Horses, Mickleham

Muddy says: Historic and characterful rural coaching inn with traditional wood-panelled bar with open log fire, an award-winning restaurant and five bedrooms.

View listing

The Retreat, Staines-upon-Thames

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.

View listing

The Bull Inn, Limpsfield

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.

View listing

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.

View listing

The Hatch, Redhill

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.

View listing

The Plough Inn, Coldharbour

Muddy says: A traditional English country inn with stylish accommodation, good food and real ale, set in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

View listing

The Mulberry Inn, Chiddingfold

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.

View listing

Home icon Back Home

The Urban Guide to the Countryside - Surrey