Open all day. Sun 12-3; 7-10.30
Situated on the A281 south of Guildford.
The pub had atmosphere. There was a buz about the place that made you want to stay.
Huge menu, and the food looked really nice. Locals all swore by it, said it was the best around.
Disabled access to the rear, outside terrace seating front and rear though sadly no garden.
Loo's were OK there were fireplaces but fires weren't lit. Staff were friendly, there was a good mix of people and the music wasn't too loud. A thoroughly enjoyable night.
There was a very wide choice of food. Generous portions but with smaller things available too. Didn't eat but the service seemed friendly and fast. Price range was about £5-£12. Food was served lunchtime 12-2, evening 7-9.
A great choice of beers and lagers. Not a lager drinker myself, though it was nice to see some good continental lagers. Ales were in great condition and reasonably priced for this part of the world. On at the time were Shepherd Neame Canterbury Jack, Badger Brewery Dorset Best, Hogs Back Tongham TEA, Itchen Valley Godfather, Bass, Shepherd Neame Bishops Finger. Lagers; Czech. Budvar, Warsteiner.
There is accommodation here. Clean, well decorated rooms. Warm and comfy, would recommend the executive suite to anyone. Superb full English breakfast in pretty restaurant in morning (served from 8am). Price: En-suite single from £60 double from £75 executive suite £90.
The best was the friendly atmosphere, good beer, good food, comfy rooms.
Well worth a diversion.
None as yet.
Shepherd Neame Canterbury Jack
Itchen Valley Godfathers
Hogs Back TEA