East and Mid Surrey

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Branch Pub Directory

The below map and list of branch pubs is taken from data held on WhatPub?.

WhatPub? is CAMRA's online pub guide with details of over 36,000 pubs nationwide and is constantly updated by volunteers from this and every other CAMRA branch. CAMRA members can login to the website using their membership number and submit beer scores using the National Beer Scoring System (NBSS). You can also submit changes in details (such as opening hours) but note these amendments are subject to verification first.

  • Abinger Common
    • Abinger Hatch Abinger Lane Abinger Common RH5 6HZ Telephone(01306) 730737
  • Albury Heath
    • William IV Little London Albury Heath GU5 9DG Telephone(01483) 202685
  • Alfold
    • Barn at Alfold Horsham Road, Alfold Crossways Alfold GU6 8HF Telephone(01403) 752288
    • Three Compasses Dunsfold Road, Lakers Green Alfold GU6 8HY Telephone(01483) 275729
  • Banstead
    • Banstead Cricket Club Avenue Road Banstead SM7 2PP Telephone(01737) 358838

      Well run cricket club bar. Evening closing will be earlier than stated if there is no custom.

    • Banstead Village Club 26 High Street Banstead SM7 2LJ Telephone(01737) 357462

      Large club which was set up in 1922, although the current building is probably from the 1960s. Pool and darts are played . Live music once a month.

    • Mint Park Road Banstead SM7 3DS Telephone(01737) 362785
    • Woolpack 186 High Street Banstead SM7 2NZ Telephone(01737) 354560

      The only remaining pub in the town centre since the conversion of the Victoria at the other end of the High Street to a pizza restaurant, the Woolpack is a brick and tile building with a large porch over the main entrance. Inside is a single bar with a lounge to the left and an open area with a glass-fronted log burner to the right. To the rear there is a restaurant adjacent to a terraced open air dining area under a permanent canopy. Terrestrially televised sporting events are occasionally shown on TV. Formerly a Barclay Perkins house, it was latterly Courage for many years becoming a Spirit pub when they were taken over by Scottish & Newcastle. The pub was then sold to Punch and in May 2009 it was sold again, this time to Shepherd Neame, its current owners. Excellent home-made food is available all day until 9pm (7pm Sun), featuring daily specials plus roasts on Sunday. Monday night is the regular quiz night. There are sometimes live bands at weekends plus afternoon jazz sessions on the last Tuesday of the month. The guest beers may either be Shepherd Neame beers or from local breweries such as Pilgrim or Hogs Back. An annual beer festival is held over the August bank holiday. Children are only allowed in the pub when eating as a family away from the bar. It was named Shepherd Neame Pub of the Year in 2011. Dogs are welcome in the pub on leads except in the restaurant. Free WiFi is available. There are disabled parking spaces and a ramp from the side entrance.

  • Betchworth
    • Arkle Manor Reigate Road Betchworth RH3 7HB Telephone(01737) 842110
    • Dolphin The Street Betchworth RH3 7DW Telephone(01737) 842288

      The Dolphin is said to be over 400 years old, although the earliest written record dates from 1785. The present building features a flagstone floor and two wood-burning inglenook fireplaces and dates from the 18th century. The pub is known to have brewed its own beer and cider until 1926. It is a busy local but also attracts many drinkers from further afield, especially at weekends. There are three drinking areas. On entering the main bar area there is an additional bar area to the other side of the large fireplace, which is put to good use in winter. Past the bar is another room, originally separated by a wall. This is the Toby Room and has another real fire at the end and some comfortable old seating, almost like an old fashioned lounge in a stately home. Further beyond this is a separate restaurant where very good food is served from 12-9 Monday to Saturday and 12-8 Sunday. Outside there is a pleasant seating area in front of the pub as well as a separate garden. There are some very good solid tables throughout the pub, which also benefits from the absence of music or noisy electronic games. The guest beer is usually from a local brewery.

    • Red Lion & Cellar Room Old Road Betchworth RH3 7DS Telephone(01737) 843336

      Now styled as "Pub, Dining & Rooms", the Red Lion dates in part from the 16th century. It remains a family friendly pub specialising in excellent homemade food from a developing menu. This is sold each day from 12 noon until about 9pm. A separate room, built into the cellars, is found down a number of steps, and this can be hired out for parties. The pub is set in 18 acres of land, and has its own cricket pitch. This is leased to the Reigate Pilgrims who play here every summer Sunday, with other teams using the ground on Saturdays. Accommodation comprises six en-suite rooms. These have been built in the former squash courts next to the pub. Note the round wooden barn underneath the pub - this is actually the oldest part of the pub. Outside is a large pergola, and the wisteria here is said to be over 230 years old.

  • Bletchingley
    • Bletchingley Arms 2 High Street Bletchingley RH1 4PE Telephone(01883) 740412
    • Red Lion Castle Street Bletchingley RH1 4NU Telephone(01883) 743342
  • Blindley Heath
    • Red Barn Tandridge Lane Blindley Heath RH7 6LL Telephone(01342) 830820
  • Boxhill
    • Tree on Box Hill Boxhill Road Boxhill KT20 7PS Telephone(01737) 845996

      This one bar pub, previously the Hand in Hand, re-opened as the Box Tree on 30 June 2011, changing its name in November 2011 to the Tree on Box Hill to stop confusion with a restaurant in Yorkshire! Two drinking areas are to be found at the front, where the floor is brick tiles and bare boards, and there is a mixture of chairs and sofas, and a carpeted restaurant area at the back. The main menu plus a specials menu are served from 12 till 9ish Monday to Saturday, with a day time menu also available from 12 till 6 with sandwiches, baked potatoes, pizzas and sharing boards. The restaurant closes between 3 and 6 but food is still available in the bar area. A main menu plus a carvery is available on Sundays from 12 till 6:45 with the menu being available for up to an extra 30 minutes after the carvery finishes. There is a garden with a children's play area and a paved area to the side, both of which have seats, and a few more tables at the front of the pub. There are a couple of disabled parking spaces at the front and a separate disabled entrance at the left side of the pub. There is normally a guest which may be from anything between a large national brewery and a small local one and occasionally, at busy times such as Christmas, a second guest may be available. Dogs are welcome in the bar area.

  • Broadham Green
    • Haycutter 69 Tanhouse Road Broadham Green RH8 9PE Telephone(01883) 776955

      Bought in 2017 by Brunning & Price, this is very popular with diners with food available all day from 12-10 (9:30 Sunday). The pub was built in 1851 and was originally part of the Westerham Ales estate. The main bar area, as you enter from the side, is split into two and the front part is divided into smaller areas plus a small separate room which can be shut off using doors. Outside there is a large patio down the side for dining and a garden with a children's play area. The guest beers are often from local breweries, usually including one from Westerham, and there is sometimes a real cider, especially in the summer. 1/3 pint tasting paddles are available. May occasionally close slightly early if there are no customers. One of the guest beers will be Brunning & Price Traditional which is brewed by St Austell.

  • Brockham
    • Inn on the Green Brockham Green Brockham RH3 7JS Telephone(01737) 845101
    • Taphouse Brockham Green Brockham RH3 7JJ Telephone(01737) 843861
  • Buckland
  • Burgh Heath
    • Heathside Brighton Road Burgh Heath KT20 6BW Telephone(01737) 353355

      Opened in 1998 on the site of the former Heathside Hotel, this large, food orientated, pub is attached to a Premier Lodge (Epsom South) which has accommodation. The open plan bar is split into several seating areas over different levels. Most areas are laid out for food, which is served from 12 till 10 every day. Breakfast is also served from 6:30 to 10:30 Monday to Friday and 7:30 to 10:30 Saturday and Sunday, but the pub does not sell alcoholic drinks until noon. The Brewers Fayre menu includes a Kids' Menu and there are baby change facilities at the back by the hotel. The outdoor drinking area is a few tables along the side and front of the pub and there is parking for the disabled. To one side of the pub is a function room.

  • Burstow
  • Capel
    • Crown 98 The Street Capel RH5 5JY Telephone(01306) 713250

      The frontage of this attractive 16th century local, which is set back from the main road, comprises old bricks and wooden beams. The wooden floored front bar has a raised area and two televisions for sport including Sky and BT. The separate small and smart lounge area leads to a large single storey extension which is used as a restaurant, part of which has flagstones. There is a basic food menu with a daily specials board. Burgers are popular; local pork pies and sausage rolls are also available. On Sunday there is a roast. Food is served 12-2 and 5-8 weekdays and 12-8 Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. Outside is a large and pleasant garden with a children's play area. Children are welcome in the pub until 7pm and there is WiFi available. Two changing guest beers are available, often from small breweries such as Dorking. Surrey Hills and Hogs Back.

    • Dorking Brewery Aldhurst Farm, Temple Lane Capel RH5 5HJ Telephone(01306) 877988
  • Caterham
    • Blacksmith's Arms 39 High Street Caterham CR3 5UE Telephone(01883) 347917

      One basic L-shaped bar with a rear raised area. A tiled side awning at first floor level provides cover for outside tables, whilst the former off-sales department fronting the High Street has been incorporated ito the pub. The side entrance door contains a few vestigial remnants of Charrington leaded glass. Pool and darts are played and children are allowed in the pub until 6:30 each evening. The illuminated garden contains a water feature. Live music plays at least every other Friday night - see the website for details.

    • Boundary on the Green Guards Avenue, Coulsdon Road Caterham CR3 5XL Telephone(01883) 818087
    • Caterham Ex-Servicemens Social Club 15 Town End Close Caterham CR3 5UJ Telephone(01883) 343292

      CIU affilliated club offering live music every Saturday and occasional karaoke. There is a separate hall for hire.

    • Crown & Pepper 32 Godstone Road Caterham CR3 6RA Telephone(01883) 212222
    • King & Queen 34 High Street Caterham CR3 5UA Telephone(01883) 345303

      Wonderful 400-year old red brick and Surrey flint pub, which, in the 1840s, evolved from three former cottages, one of which was a former bakery. It was one of Caterham's early alehouses. It still retains three distinct areas; these are a front bar facing the main road which has the feel and character of a public bar, a high-ceilinged wooden-beamed middle room, with inglenook fireplace, where darts and cribbage are played, and a small lower-level rear area leading adjoining a rear patio garden. The name refers to Britain's only joint monarchy, William & Mary and a number of pictures of them adorn the walls. There is poker on Wednesdays and a quiz night on Thursdays. A Fuller's seasonal beer is always sold in addition to the three regulars and sometimes an extra beer, either a Fuller's seasonal beer or a guest from an independent brewery, is available. Food is served Monday to Saturday from 12-2:30 and 5-9, and on Sunday from 12-5, on which day roasts are sold. The pub also features occasional live music.

    • New Caterham Arms 83a Coulsdon Road Caterham CR3 5NF Telephone(01883) 341871

      This large late Victorian/ Edwardian building has several later additions to it. The pub reverted to its original name of the Caterham Arms in September 2013 after a period of being the Village Inn. To the left of the bar is a dining room, where well priced food is available from 12-9 Monday to Saturday, and on Sunday a carvery operated from 12-8. To the right is a large comfortable bar. Once a month tribute acts perform at the pub and outside there is a children's play area. Once popular with soldiers from the (now gone) Caterham Barracks, an IRA pub bombing took place here on Sunday 28th September 1975, causing huge damage and injuries, but fortunately no fatalities. One beer will be from Caledonian, the other is often St Austell Tribute or Fuller's London Pride. Darts is played.

    • Royal Oak 68 High Street Caterham CR3 5UB Telephone(01883) 819390

      The front L-shaped bar of this unspoilt and fairly basic pub is decorated with period military and naval photos and prints, Some delightful art nouveau stained-glass windows survive in the side wall. This former Charrington's pub used to be a bakery, becoming a pub around about 1877. Darts is actively played, and families are welcome until 8pm.

    • William Garland 1 The Square Caterham CR3 6QA Telephone(01883) 343267
  • Chaldon
    • Harrow 235 Stanstead Road Chaldon CR3 6AJ Telephone(01883) 331218
  • Charlwood
    • Charlwood 12 The Street Charlwood RH6 0BY Telephone(01293) 862203
    • Half Moon 73 The Street Charlwood RH6 0DS Telephone(01293) 863414
  • Chelsham
    • Bull Inn The Common Chelsham CR6 9PB Telephone(01883) 627735
  • Chipstead
    • Midday Sun Outwood Lane Chipstead CR5 3NA Telephone(01737) 552644

      Built in 1938 by Watney's and named in honour of the 1937 Derby winner, the first to be owned by a woman, Mrs G B Miller. Ironically, it later was bought by the Magic Pub Company and re-named the Hungry Horse. Fortunately it has reverted back to its proper name but it still carries that epithet which is used by the current owners, Greene King, for their chain of budget, family oriented food outlets. There are two separate bars, the right-hand one, which has a pool table and a dartboard, being the public. The left hand bar is made up of several different areas and is mostly given over to food. This is available from 11-10 Monday to Saturday and 11-9 on Sunday. There are some tables at the front, where there is a covered, heated and lit smoker's area. Dogs are welcome at these tables but only guide dogs are allowed in the pub. There are some disabled parking spaces in the car park. Children are allowed in the bar until 6pm. A guest beer from a larger brewery is available - note that the handpump for this is in the right hand bar. IPA is sold with either a southern or northern head. Camra members get a 10% discount on real ales on production of a valid membership card.

    • Rambler's Rest Outwood Lane Chipstead CR5 3NP Telephone(01737) 552661

      A rambling collection of old buildings once known as Dene Farm, with records dating back to 1301 although the oldest surviving building dates from the time of Queen Elizabeth I. It ceased to operate as a farm in 1932 when it became a teashop charging 1/3d for cream teas! After the war some of the outbuildings were turned into a large antique shop and in 1966 the whole lot was sold and became a restaurant. In 1993 Whitbread bought it and turned it into a pub. It is unashamedly food oriented and the whole operation is geared up for this, with numbered tables throughout the bar and garden. There is also a separate restaurant to the left as you enter. Sadly little of the original interior survives, as most of the internal walls have been knocked out for open plan drinking/dining. However there are some exposed beams, flag-stoned floors and several real fires as well as a few more secluded areas. Food is available every day from 12-10 (10:30 Saturday and 9:30 Sunday). As well as he standard menus, a vegan menu is also offered. On Sunday roasts are available all day. The guest beer comes from the M&B list and changes monthly.

    • White Hart Hazelwood Lane Chipstead CR5 3QW Telephone(01737) 554455

      Attractive 19th century inn (although reputedly some parts date from 1731) at the south end of Chipstead village with good views across the recreation ground to open country. The opening in December 2004 of a restaurant at the rear of the pub (happily in-keeping with the existing architectural style) has increased capacity considerably. A former Charrington's house, and prior to that owned by Croydon brewer Page & Overton, it is now owned by the pub chain Brunning & Price. The pub is extremely comfortable with a bright bar and solid tables aand wooden floors in each area. To the right as you enter is a large high ceilinged room used a restaurant. Another dining area is to be found to the right of the bar, and this is the original part of the pub. Throughout the pub are interesting photos and pictures including several local sporting ones. An excellent choice of food is available each day from 12.00 to 10pm (9:30 Sunday), and features a number of changing daily specials. The pub has no garden but there is a fair sized outdoor drinking area at the front. Two guest ales are sold, and these are often from local breweries, which Dark Star and Westerham favourites, but several others have been featured. A house beer, Phoenix Brewery's Brunning & Price Original is also sold.

  • Coldharbour
    • Plough Inn Coldharbour Lane Coldharbour RH5 6HD Telephone(01306) 711793
  • Copthorne
  • Cranleigh
  • Crowhurst
  • Dorking
    • Betchworth Park Golf Club Reigate Road Dorking RH4 1NZ Telephone(01306) 882052

      Members' golf club dating from 1911. The clubhouse is on the first floor and overlooks Box Hill and the North Downs. Opening hours are from morning to dusk. The two beers change, but are usually from Marstons and fullers. The Watermill Jazz Club puts on live jazz every Tuesday evening and often features well known acts. See www.watermilljazz.co.uk for details.

    • Bull's Head 11 South Street Dorking RH4 2DY Telephone(01306) 898384

      An old and attractive tile-hung pub on Pump Corner, the Bull's Head is a former coaching inn. It reopened after a redecoration in September 2021 with new people running it. Formerly a Friary Meux pub, it was bought by Gale's in 1995, but is now owned by Fuller's. It is reached by climbing up a few steps from the main road or from the side where a ramp is available if wanted. Internally it features much wood paneling. The outside drinking area is a couple of tables by the side door which is mainly used by smokers. It is hoped that a guest beer will be available later. The hours may vary depending on the custom.

    • Burgundy & Black 12 St Martin's Walk Dorking RH4 1UT Telephone(01306) 899034

      Small, friendly modern bistro, shop and bar which opened 4 July 2010 and is situated in a pedestrianised precinct off the High Street. It has a bright and airy interior and some comfortable seating. Breakfast is served from opening time with a lunch menu running from 11:30 with daily specials always available. Where possible, all produce is sourced locally and this includes items to take away such as chutney, jam, cheese and free-range farm eggs. A good selection of cakes are available. Outside there are a number of tables, ideal places from which to watch the world going by. Children are welcome, and there are changing facilities available. Upstairs there is a function room for hire. As well as keg Hogs Back lager and Guinness, a selection of bottled conditioned beers from the Adur brewery are sold. Private functions are catered for in the evening and dogs are welcome outside with a water bowl and biscuits available.

    • Cobbett's 23 West Street Dorking RH4 1BY Telephone(01306) 879877
    • Cricketers 81 South Street Dorking RH4 2JU Telephone(01306) 889938

      This small pub has bare-brick walls covered in old photographs and Fuller's beer adverts. Today there is one L-shaped bar, but etched glass on the unused exterior doors shows that this was not always the case. A TV is in one corner and this is used for major sporting events shown on terrestrial TV, especially rugby when a couple of extra TVs will be on if England are playing when it is often standing room only. A dart board is at one end, and past this is one of the pub's best features, a walled Georgian garden. A TV is put in the garden, in the covered area, for some of the largest sporting events. Occasionally there is live music and there is a monthly quiz. Children are welcome until early evening. As well as darts there is a selection of modern and traditional board games by the television and WiFi is available. The guest beer pump will usually have a Dark Star beer or something from the Fuller's list such as Big Smoke, Thornbridge or Wild Beer on, but may have a Fuller's seasonal beer . Lunch, which may not always be available at the start of the year, is served 12-2:30 and is sandwiches, a salad plus some things, like ham and eggs, with chips. Beer festivals are usually held over the first May Bank Holiday and in the autumn (usually September), when there will be about an extra ten beers on in the garden, with some local beers featured, and some real cider. A third festival may occasionally be held if there is a major national event. The pub also holds other events throughout the year such as an onion competition. This small pub has bare-brick walls covered in old photographs and Fuller's beer adverts. Today there is one L-shaped bar, but etched glass on the unused exterior doors shows that this was not always the case. A TV is in one corner and this is used for major sporting events shown on terrestrial TV, especially rugby when a couple of extra TVs will be on if England are playing when it is often standing room only. A dart board is at one end, and past this is one of the pub's best features, a walled Georgian garden. A TV is put in the garden, in the covered area, for some of the largest sporting events. Occasionally there is live music and there is a monthly quiz. Children are welcome until early evening. As well as darts there is a selection of modern and traditional board games by the television and WiFi is available. The guest beer pump will usually have a Dark Star beer or something from the Fuller's list such as Big Smoke, Thornbridge or Wild Beer on, but may have a Fuller's seasonal beer . Lunch, which may not always be available at the start of the year, is served 12-2:30 and is sandwiches, a salad plus some things, like ham and eggs, with chips. Beer festivals are usually held over the first May Bank Holiday and in the autumn (usually September), when there will be about an extra ten beers on in the garden, with some local beers featured, and some real cider. A third festival may occasionally be held if there is a major national event. The pub also holds other events throughout the year such as an onion competition.

    • Dorking Golf Club Deepdene Avenue Dorking RH5 4BX Telephone(01306) 886917

      The bar of this nine hole golf club is open to the public and overlooks the 9th green fairway with lovely views over the countryside. It is situated just off the A24 to the south of Dorking. Food (Club Grub) is sold all day until early evening, and cream teas are available in the afternoon.

    • Falkland Arms 60 Falkland Road Dorking RH4 3AD Telephone(01306) 887308

      Two bar pub just south of the town centre. At the back there is a partly covered heated patio area and a small lawn with tables beyond it. There are also tables on the decking outside the front of the pub. The guest beer may well be from a brewery such as Hobgoblin or may occasionally be from a local brewery such as Dorking. There are three main TVs, one in each bar and one in the garden which show sport including Sky and BT and there is a log burning stove in each bar. Darts are in the front bar, there is free Wi-Fi and dogs and children are welcome. Private functions can be catered for and there is poker on Thursdays and occasional live music. A couple of basic small pizzas are available all day.

    • Grove House Club 47a West Street Dorking RH4 1BU Telephone(01306) 889758
    • King's Arms 45 West Street (A25) Dorking RH4 1BU Telephone(01306) 886496
    • Lincoln Arms Station Approach Dorking RH4 1TF Telephone(01306) 882820
    • Old House 24 West Street Dorking RH4 1BY Telephone(01306) 889664
    • Prince Of Wales 55 Hampstead Road Dorking RH4 3AH Telephone(01306) 889925

      This small Victorian back street pub has a very attractive frontage. Standing proud at roof level is a large and colourful set of Prince of Wales's feathers. Inside is a single bar with the rear part of the pub being a small extension with darts and a pool table and a television showing terrestrial sport. There is a pair of boxing gloves signed by Henry Cooper at one end of the bar. This is very much a locals' pub. Outside drinking consists of a table at the front, which is used by smokers, with heaters and an awning available when the weather is bad. There is also a recently refurbished patio beer garden at the back, down some steps, with four tables plus a covered area with another couple of tables and some bench seating. There is usually Harvey's Best available and sometimes Landlord. As well as darts and pool there are some board games, dominoes and a juke box. Dogs are welcome and there is free WiFi. There is a discount for CAMRA members.

    • Queen's Head Horsham Road Dorking RH4 2JS Telephone(01306) 883041

      This pub, with its tile-hung mansard roof, is one of the most attractive in town. It dates from the 1780s and is a former coaching inn. There is a bar area at the front and a restaurant area at the back which is laid for diners but can be used by drinkers. The guest beer is from the Fullers list. Following a major refurbishment in spring 2018 there is now a focus on good quality food which is served 12-3 and 5:30-9 Monday to Thursday, 12-9 Friday and Saturday and 12-7 on Sunday. As well as a small outside seating area at the front there is a large garden at the back with disabled access from the alley that runs up the right hand side of the pub. As part of the changes after Covid struck there are now two large, joined, teepees on the garden which are also laid for diners but can be used by drinkers. There is also a patio area between the pub and garden with steps. The very limited parking is along the town side of the pub. Dogs are welcome in the bar area, there are some board games, a wood burning fire and WiFi is available.

    • Spotted Dog 42 South Street (A25) Dorking RH4 2HQ Telephone(01306) 885218

      Pub with a single L-shaped bar in two parts, separated by a step. At the front note the two large and attractive bow windows, one either side of the central door. The lower part has a wooden floor and leads to the garden which has a heated and covered smoking area on a decking area and steps leading down to the grass where there is some children's play equipment. A small area of the back garden can also be accessed along the side of the pub, avoiding the steps. It gives impressive views towards Denbies vineyard and Ranmore Common and there may be BBQs on sunny summer Saturday evenings. Soup, sandwiches, burgers and hot dogs are available 12-4 Monday to Saturday. Roasts are served 12-5 on Sundays. There are three TVs inside and one outside, which are usually used for sport on Sky and BT as well as terrestrial channels. Occasionally there is a guest beer and sometimes an alternative may replace Doom Bar. Families are welcome until 7pm and darts is played. Live music is played on Sunday afternoons between May and September, in the garden weather permitting, and sometimes on weekend evenings. Dogs are welcome and there is free Wi-Fi.

    • Star Inn 36 West Street (A25) Dorking RH4 1BU Telephone(01306) 889734
    • Surrey Hills Brewery Denbies Wine Estate, London Road Dorking RH5 6AA Telephone(01306) 883603

      Surrey Hills brewery relocated from Shere to new premises at the back of the Denbies visitor centre at the end of June 2011. A custom built 30 barrel brewery has been installed, and is open for brewery trips and for the purchase of cask beer both for a pint to drink on the premises or to take away. In summer you can sit outside with your pint. The beer range will be increased with seasonal offerings, Gilt complex in summer and Albury Ruby in winter, plus Collusion when it is brewed. Closed Sunday.

    • Surrey Yeoman 220-222 High Street (A25) Dorking RH4 1QR Telephone(01306) 644993

      A former Friary Meux pub, the tile hung Surrey Yeoman features beams, carpets, tiles and floorboards in its various areas, which are to be found on various levels. The pub takes its name from the Earl of Rothes who was a colonel of the Surrey Yeomanry in the early part of the 19th century. The original pub was extended when it was converted into a Hogshead, and it was refurbished again when bought by Greene King, who sold it in 2017. It eventually reopened as a free house at the end of 2018. The guest beer normally alternates between Fuller's London Pride and Twickenham Naked Ladies. Food is available each day from 12-9.

    • Trailhead Brew Co Tap Goldenlands Farm, Punchbowl Lane Dorking RH5 4DX
    • Watermill Inn Reigate Road Dorking RH4 1NN Telephone(01306) 883248

      The Watermill is a large, single bar pub with several separate seating areas. The guest beers is usually from a larger brewer. There are a couple of log fires and candles on the tables. The pub is food orientated with meals available from 12-9:30 Monday to Saturday, and 12-9 Sunday. There is a specials board as well as a seasonally changing main menu. Four roasts replace the specials board menu until 6pm on Sundays. Outside there is a patio garden to the side and rear, from which there are lovely views across to Box Hill. Camra members get a 10% discount on real ales on production of a valid membership card.

    • White Hart 5 Dene Street Dorking RH4 2DR Telephone(01306) 881960

      Known locally as the Snakepit, this is a small but lively drinker's pub just off the High Street which has cellars built into local caves. Due to health and safety reasons these are no longer used to store beer but one can be seen behind a gate at the back of the covered smoking area behind the pub. There are two distinct areas on either side of a horseshoe shaped bar, one of which houses a pool table. Three big screen TVs show all major sporting events. The walls are decorated with old adverts including one which has sales details from 1849 describing the pub as having a good bar, tap room and parlour and also a well of fine spring water. The pub does not serve food but customers can bring their own, and tend to use either Subway at the end of Dene Street road or the fish and chip shop just down the road the other way, but ask first. Free WiFi available. The gents toilet is accessed through a police telephone box (like Dr Who's Tardis).

    • White Horse Hotel High Street Dorking RH4 1BE Telephone(01306) 881138

      An historic old coaching inn in the town centre, a building has been on this site since at least 1278, when it was known as the Cross House. In those days it was owned by the Hospitallers, who were derived from the Templars (groups of knights linked with the Crusades). Most of the current hotel is 18th century with more modern additions; there are parts, however, that survive from the 15th and 16th centuries. Charles Dickens took up residency in the hotel whilst writing the Pickwick Papers. Branded as "The Dozen", the bar and restaurant, which are sited towards the back of the building, offers a good choice of food. It is also open for teas and snacks during the afternoon with full meals are served every lunchtime and evening. As well as the accommodation in the original building, there are two more modern "garden blocks", giving a total of 56 rooms.

  • Dormansland
    • Old House At Home 63 West Street Dormansland RH7 6QP Telephone(01342) 836828
    • Plough 44 Plough Road (B2028) Dormansland RH7 6PS Telephone(01342) 832933
    • Royal Oak 57-61 High Street Dormansland RH7 6PU Telephone(01342) 836611
  • Ewhurst
  • Farleigh
  • Felbridge
    • Star Inn London Road Felbridge RH19 2QR Telephone(01342) 323239
  • Fickleshole
    • White Bear Fairchildes Lane Fickleshole CR6 9PH Telephone(01959) 573166
  • Forest Green
    • Parrot Inn Horsham Road Forest Green RH5 5RZ Telephone(01306) 775790
  • Godstone
  • Gomshall
  • Holmbury St Mary
    • Royal Oak The Glade, Felday Road Holmbury St Mary RH5 6PF Telephone(01306) 898010
  • Hookwood
    • Black Horse Reigate Road Hookwood RH6 0HU Telephone(01293) 773611
  • Horley
    • Air Balloon 60 Brighton Road Horley RH6 7HE Telephone(01293) 820188

      The Air Balloon, which occupies a prime site on the main road, was originally built as the Thorns, later becoming the Game Bird. It re-opened under its current name in March 2003. Now aimed squarely at families, there nappy changing facilities inside. There is a carvery restaurant to the right hand side of the pub, but a sports bar to the left where there are TV screens and a pool table. Food is served all day from 11:30-9 Monday to Wednesday and from 11:30-10 Thursday to Saturday. On Sunday food hours are 11:30-9. The carvery is operational from 11:30-2:30 and 4:30-8 weekdays and all day Saturday and Sunday. The pub has two gardens, one with children's play equipment and the other with a smoker's umbrella.

    • Airport Inn Longbridge Roundabout Horley RH6 0AB Telephone0871 221 0249

      124 room hotel which is part of the Britannia Hotels Group. There are several meeting rooms available for hire. Harriet Bar is upstairs, adjacent to the restaurant, and it is a comfortable place to while away time. Food is served all day with last orders 9:45 in the restaurant with bar snacks also available. The real ale is very well kept. A sparkler is used on it (most guests staying the night are from the north of England), although this will be removed if requested. The guest beer is also from Dark Star.

    • Albert Road Sports & Social Club Albert Road Horley RH6 7JA Telephone(01293) 783808
    • Bull Horley Row Horley RH6 8DE Telephone(01293) 783701

      Built as two cottages, the pub was opened as the Rainbow in 1954. It was renamed the Bull in the early 1990s after the then landlord, Fred Bull. Pub games enthusiasts can play pool and darts as well as dominoes and chess. There is a covered smokers' area, a children's play area in the garden and dogs are welcome in the pub. The pub also has fun days and occasional live music. The pub has Sky and BT sport and most major sport is shown.

    • Farmhouse Ladbroke Road, Langshott Horley RH6 9LJ Telephone(01293) 782146

      Originally this was built as a farmhouse for Hewitt's farm in the 17th century, and the bar area of the pub dates from this time. The ghost of Mabel Hewitt is believed to haunt the pub. In the 1930s the solicitor who acted on behalf of Mrs Simpson lived here, and it is said that King Edward VIII's abdication papers were signed here. Willow trees from the area were used to make cricket bats sold under the Stuart Surridge name (he was an England cricketer who lived nearby). The building became a pub in October 1985 and boasts many original timbers and inglenooks. There is only one bar but this is divided into a number of areas. To the right of the bar is a dartboard. To the left, beyond the fireplace, is a more comfortable bar area. Locally sourced food is available every day from 12-9:30 (8 Sunday). Families are welcome in the pub until 9pm. The guest beers change frequently and tend to be from national and regional brewers. The piped music may be quite loud. Occasional live music in the bar, or outdoors during summer. The large garden has plenty of seating with play facilities for children.

    • Fifty Four 54 High Street Horley RH6 7BB Telephone(01293) 000000

      A cafe which also serves as a micropub. Popular with cyclists. The opening hours are variable - if the concrete dog is outside then it's open. In the evening, look for the lights! The Pilgrim beers are served from casks on the bar. The hours shown are approximate. It is usually open weekday lunchtime and some other evenings in summer (mainly Wednesday to Saturday but this cannot be guaranteed). Facebook message them to check to save a journey, or if they are nearby they will open up specially for you.

    • Foresters 88 Victoria Road Horley RH6 7AB Telephone(01293) 782579
    • Horley & District Constitutional Club 1 Albert Road Horley RH6 7HB Telephone(01293) 782045
    • Jack Fairman 30 Victoria Road Horley RH6 7PZ Telephone(01293) 827910
    • Jai Ho 263 Balcombe Road Horley RH6 9EF Telephone(01293) 782283

      Now part pub and part Indian restaurant, this building is over 300 years old. It was built from two cottages, and had its origins as a cider house. Originally the Coppingham Arms, this is now primarily an Indiann restaurant. However the small bar at the front still acts as the local and a pin of real ale is found at the back of the bar. Very high quality Indian food is served both in the restaurant and for take away.

    • King's Head 63 Balcombe Road (B2036) Horley RH6 9HY Telephone(01293) 783417
    • Olde Six Bells Church Road Horley RH6 8AD Telephone(01293) 825028

      Dating from 1403, this pub has valid claims to be one of Britain's oldest. This pub rests on wooden piles, some of which date from the year 827. Most of the pub is 16th century, however, but there are stone flags, some very low beams, and a welcoming inglenook fireplace. The pub is listed, as is the barn next to it. This is today the cellar for the bar. The pub rambles over two floors and there are many nooks and crannies in which to sit in comfort. The seating area upstairs is just used as an overflow area when busy but as there are toilets upstairs access is available. A queen post is used to hold the roof up on the upper level - apparently only one other pub in England has this feature. The guest beer, from a list supplied by the pub company, changes frequently and Adnams Ghost Ship, Brains Rev James and St Austell Proper Job are often seen. Food is available every day from 12-9:30 and a separate children's menu is available. The pub is to be found at the bottom of Church Road and the garden stretches down to the River Mole, although this is fenced off. CAMRA members receive a discount of 20p on a pint of cask ale on production of their membership card.

    • Tavern 42 High Street Horley RH6 7BB Telephone(01293) 775492
  • Horne
  • Hurst Green
    • Diamond Holland Road, Holland Hurst Green RH8 9BQ Telephone(01883) 716040

      Originally three cottages, the Diamond was named after Queen Victoria's diamond jubilee in 1897. This dog friendly pub was called the Kingsman for a couple of years from 1992, but this proved unpopular with locals and the original name was restored. There is a welcoming log fire in the centre of the bar area, with a separate room for darts at one end and a larger area used as a restaurant for the good value food which is served here. The pub was extensively refurbished in 2006 by previous owners and changed hands again in late 2011. Food is served 12-3 & 6-9 Wednesday to Saturday and 12-5 on Sundays, when the roast dinners are very popular. Local produce is used as far as possible. The guest beer is usually from a national brewer. Outside is a covered and heated smoking area. The Quiz Night is held on the first Friday evening of each month and is a popular feature.

  • Kingswood
  • Leigh
    • Plough Church Road Leigh RH2 8NJ Telephone(01306) 611348
    • Seven Stars Bunce Common Road, Dawes Green Leigh RH2 8NP Telephone(01306) 611254
  • Limpsfield
    • Bull Inn High Street (B269) Limpsfield RH8 0DR Telephone(01883) 713469

      Situated in the centre of the village, this Grade II listed, 16th Century pub was once a coaching inn. Since 2009, it has been a free house and after a community-led buy-out and a brief closure, reopened on 1st November 2018. There are three separate rooms, one of which is used for dining, but drinkers are equally welcome and there is plenty of room for them. Food is served 12-3 and 6-9.30 Tuesday to Thursday; 12-3 and 6-10 Friday and Saturday and from 12-5.30 on Sunday. The pub concentrates on local produce as much as possible. There is a former Grainstore attached to the pub, which can be used as a function room, when the pub was renovated, the old bar was moved into it. There are also two rooms upstairs which can be hired for meetings and private functions. Outside is a decked area which has heated umbrellas. Dogs are welcome on a lead in the pub until 6pm. Note that the pub is closed Mondays.

  • Limpsfield Chart
    • Carpenter's Arms 12 Tally Road Limpsfield Chart RH8 0TG Telephone(01883) 722209

      Having been acquired by Westerham Brewery as their second tied house during the Summer of 2011, the pub was totally refurbished in March 2012. The L-shaped bar has parquet flooring and there is ample room for drinkers and diners. One side of the bar retains a dartboard plus a rare snakes & ladders table. This dog-friendly pub is popular as being a meeting place for locals and it's position on the National Trust's Limpsfield Common means that it is popular with walkers and horse riders. Quiz nights on the first Sunday of the month, with music nights on the other Sundays. Imported German and Belgian draught beers are also available. There is a large covered area at the side of the pub for smokers. Look for the pub sign at the end of Tally Road on the main road. Two Westerham Brewery seasonal beers are sold. The pub also opens from 9am Wednesday to Friday for coffee. There is also a separate function room.

  • Lingfield
    • Greyhound Inn Plaistow Street (B2028) Lingfield RH7 6AU Telephone(01342) 832147
    • Lingfield Park Marriott Hotel Racecourse Road Lingfield RH7 6PQ Telephone(01342) 830930

      This 116 bedroom hotel opened in 2010 and is situated right next to (an overlooking) the racecourse. Real ale (often from Upham) is available in the Cyprium Grill, which is an open area next to reception, and is by the Cyprium Restaurant. Food is available in the restaurant and not the bar. Note that the bar is only open to hotel guests on race days

    • Star Inn Church Road Lingfield RH7 6AH Telephone(01342) 832364
  • Lower Kingswood
  • Merstham
  • Mogador
    • Sportsman Mogador Road Mogador KT20 7ES Telephone(01737) 246655
  • Mugswell
  • Newchapel
  • Newdigate
  • North Holmwood
  • Norwood Hill
    • Fox Revived Norwood Hill Norwood Hill RH6 0ET Telephone(01293) 229270
  • Nutfield
    • Queen's Head 13 High Street Nutfield RH1 4HH Telephone(01737) 238131

      The pub is on split levels with a few steps leading up from the bare floorboards of the central bar area to the carpeted restaurant. Darts is available on the right of the main bar area and dogs are welcome in the bar. The building is one of the oldest in the village and a recent survey dated some of the wood to a market hall existing from 1505. The oak tree in the car park was planted to commemorate Queen Victoria's jubilee in 1877 and the trough outside commemorates horses that died in the Boer war. The menu is traditional British and is served from 12-3 and 5:30-9 during the week, 12-9 Saturday and 12-4 Sunday. On Wednesday night there is a quiz. Beer is from the Greene King range.

  • Nutfield Marsh
  • Ockley
    • Cricketers Arms Stane Street Ockley RH5 5TP Telephone(01306) 627205
    • Gatton Manor Standon Lane Ockley RH5 5PQ Telephone(01306) 627555

      The Clubhouse Bar and Restaurant is situated between the car park and the main hotel and is open to the public from 6:30am, although alcohol is only served from midday. It is attached to an 18th century 18-room hotel that used to be part of the Albury Estate which sits in 200 acres of land and contains an 18-hole golf course that crosses the River Arun on several occasions. Food is available from 6:30am till 9pm. The venue also hosts functions. The guest beer is only available in the summer.

    • Inn on the Green Stane Street Ockley RH5 5TD Telephone(01306) 711032
  • Okewood Hill
    • Punchbowl Oakwood Hill Lane Okewood Hill RH5 5PU Telephone(01306) 627249
  • Outwood
    • Bell Inn Outwood Lane Outwood RH1 5PN Telephone(01342) 891835
    • Castle Millers Lane Outwood RH1 5QB Telephone(01342) 844491
    • Dog & Duck Prince Of Wales Road Outwood RH1 5QU Telephone(01342) 844552
  • Oxted
    • Crown Inn 53 High Street, Old Oxted Oxted RH8 9LN Telephone(01883) 717853

      Dating from the 17th century, the Crown was extended in the 1800s when it also incorporated an old brewery. A woman, perhaps a former landlady, reputedly haunts the pub and a ghostly man has also been seen. There are bars on two levels, the lower one being more traditional and contains a log fire. The bars operate different hours, so check the other bar if the pub appears closed! The pub name comes from it being on the crown of a hill and the pub has a number of attractive features including different shaped windows and Victorian wooden panelling. A number of board games can be played including chess, draughts, dominoes, Jenga and backgammon. Home-cooked food is served from 12-3 and 7-9 Tuesday to Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. The pub is family orientated with children welcome inside if under supervision. Outside is a good garden with a children's play area. The three guest beers come from local breweries.

    • George Inn 52 High Street, Old Oxted Oxted RH8 9LP Telephone(01883) 713453

      This 500 year-old pub became free of tie in July 2018 and has been well refurbished throughout and is both elegant and contemporary. To the left of the bar is a restaurant area, which can be booked for functions, with some sofas for a pre-meal drink; the room to the right is split by a real fire. Good quality meals are served in the bar and restaurant 12-3, 6-9.30 Tuesday to Friday, 12-10 Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. Outside there is a decked area for drinking. The guest beers sometimes feature one rarely seen in the area. A selection of cocktails are available, with special offers 5.30-7 Tues-Sat. Dogs are welcome in the bar. There is live jazz music once a month. A small selection of board games are available. Note that the pub is closed on Monday.

    • Hop Stop 121 Station Road East Oxted RH8 0QE Telephone(01883) 722386
    • Old Bell 68 High Street, Old Oxted Oxted RH8 9LP Telephone(01883) 712181

      Extended in 2002, the Old Bell is a traditional pub dating from the 15th century and is one of the Chef & Brewer chain. It is furnished with traditional old world fittings and is now a comfortable pub with three log fires. Snacks are available Monday to Saturday until 4pm, with restaurant meals sold all day every day with the pub opening at 11am for soft drinks and food. A children's menu is also available. Four beers are sold; these are usually national brands but may include a Westerham beer from time to time. A female ghost lights candles when the pub is closed. Outside a covered, lit and heated smoking area.

    • Oxted Inn Units 1-4 Hoskins Walk, Station Road West Oxted RH8 9HR Telephone(01883) 723440
    • Oxted Royal British Legion Club 42 Church Lane Oxted RH8 9LB Telephone(01883) 712476
    • Wheatsheaf Inn 9-11 High Street, Old Oxted Oxted RH8 9LN Telephone(01883) 715280

      A former watermill, the Wheatsheaf is a friendly local, and is found at the bottom of the historic high street. It has three large plasma screens for Sky Sports and BT Sports. The interior was completely redecorated in 2007 and has a warm atmosphere. To the rear is a pleasant riverside garden to relax in. Children are welcome in the pub until 8pm. The guest beer may be from a local or national brewery and the pub runs occasional beer festivals. There is often live music on a Saturday night.

  • Peaslake
    • Hurtwood Inn Walking Bottom Peaslake GU5 9RR Telephone(01306) 731769
  • Redhill
    • Garibaldi 29 Mill Street Redhill RH1 6PA Telephone(01737) 773094
    • Garland 5 Brighton Road Redhill RH1 6PP Telephone(01737) 764612
    • Hatch 44 Hatchlands Road Redhill RH1 6AT Telephone(01737) 423342

      The main building of this free house dates from the 17th century and was once part of a workhouse. There is a single L-shaped bar with seating in the main bar area, a secluded quieter area to one side and an additional room at the rear which can be used for functions, all furnished in a mish-mash of styles. There are also several tables in front of the pub and a courtyard to the rear. Assorted games, including shove halfpenny and cribbage boards, are available. Above the fireplace here, on a beam, can be seen the former name of the pub, the Foresters Arms. It was in 1991 that the name was changed to the Hatch. The pub was a Shepherd Neame pub (and before that Friary Meux and then a free house) before the current landlord opened it as a free house again, after a refurbishment, in October 2017. There will be between one and three beers available which are likely to be from small breweries, one of which may be Redgate Ale from Godstone Brewery, which is brewed for the pub. Dogs are welcome and there is free WiFi, a monthly quiz and a TV for terrestrial sports. The closing time may vary depending on custom.

    • Home Cottage 3 Redstone Hill Redhill RH1 4AW Telephone(01737) 762771
    • Jolly Brickmakers 58-60 Frenches Road Redhill RH1 2JD Telephone(01737) 789388

      Basic yet friendly locals' pub which forms one end of a terrace of houses and whose previous existence as a Charrington's house is evidenced by its leaded (but now clear) windows and tiled lower exterior facade (albeit now painted green). The wood-panelled interior is effectively still two-bar with a public section to the left which contains some unusual moulded heraldic wall badges and an attractive grape vine coving. The saloon area to the right is distinguished by an attractive Bass mirror, a bar billiard table, plus a "library" of paperback books. Pub game fans will also find pool and darts here. A great community pub, selling a very good pint. One guest beer will come from the Brakspear list and so will tend to be from the Marston's portfolio. An additional beer will usually be a LocAle or from the Brakespeare micro-brewery in Henley. The small garden is also home to the pub's occasional beer festivals. The pub serves food each lunchtime between 12 and 3 with filled rolls and soup available all day.

    • Joshua Tree 30 Common Road, Earlswood Redhill RH1 6HJ Telephone(01737) 211994
    • Junction 1 High Street Redhill RH1 1RD Telephone(01737) 762357
    • Old Chestnut 12 Station Approach West, Earlswood Redhill RH1 6HP Telephone(01737) 773021
    • Old Oak 40 Somerset Road, Meadvale Redhill RH1 6LT Telephone(01737) 241987

      A tile-hung locals' haunt in a residential area. Friary Meux lanterns still adorn the exterior. One large bar with few vestiges of its multi-bar past. Bar billiards and darts played. No food.

    • Plough Inn 11 Church Road, St Johns Redhill RH1 6QE Telephone(01737) 766686
    • Red Lion 48 Linkfield Lane Redhill RH1 1DP Telephone(01737) 778633

      This listed pub has a single main room with a central bar and tables set up for eating and drinking. One end has an inglenook fireplace and a small snug area, the other end has a raised section with additional seating. Both ends have TVs usually showing Sky or BT Sports. There are tables at the front of the building and a roofed smoking area to the side which also has a built-in barbecue. This was once the local of great train robber Ronnie Biggs and the pub contains some memorabilia of the robbery. Meals are served Monday from 12-3, 12-8:30 Tuesday to Saturday and from 12-5 Sunday with Mondays advertised as curry night. As well as their own car park, parking is free in the evening at the car park opposite.

    • Redhill & Reigate Golf Bar Venue Clarence Lodge, Pendleton Road Redhill RH1 6LB Telephone(01737) 240777

      The 19th hole of the Redhill & Reigate Golf Club is open to everyone. At the back is an old fashioned area which is where all the golf club memorabilia is to be found. However the main bar is split into two large areas, the first of which is carpeted. The area beyond this has a wooden floor. Both are furnished with comfortable chairs and well spaced out tables. Very good food is served in these areas all day from 8-7 Monday to Thursday and Saturday, 8-9 Friday and 8-5 Sunday. There are a number of television screens around the venue which are used for Sky Sports and BT Sports and there is a separate pool room. Outside is an attractive patio area overlooking the golf course (which is on the other side of the road). The guest beer tends to come from Hogs Back.

    • Sun 17-21 London Road Redhill RH1 1LY Telephone(01737) 766886
  • Reigate
    • Admiral Inn 109a Nutley Lane Reigate RH2 9EF Telephone(01737) 225300
    • Beehive 90 Doversgreen Road, Woodhatch Reigate RH2 8EG Telephone(01737) 246943
    • Bell Inn 21 Bell Street Reigate RH2 7AD Telephone(01737) 244438
    • Black Horse 93 West Street Reigate RH2 9JZ Telephone(01737) 230010

      Formerly a cosy country pub of character, the Black Horse has been refurbished, the bar moved from the centre of the pub to one end, and the walls brightly painted. From the car park the route to the bar is past a wooden floored dining room. This leads to a number of drinking areas where there are several comfortable sofas along with more conventional tables and chairs. Having some slightly raised areas breaks these up. However, ramps allow all parts to be accessible to the disabled and there are a couple of disabled parking spaces. The disabled toilet also has a baby change. Doors open out from the back onto a large garden with a lot of tables for when the weather is suitable. Now part of the White Brasserie group, food is available 12-10 Monday to Thursday, 12-10:30 Friday and Saturday and 12-9 Sunday. The Pilgrim beer is often Progress but it does vary and the guest beer may be from large or local breweries and. although it is often a lowish gravity bitter, it may be of any style. Old photos on the walls show the pub as a Mellersh & Neale pub. The 55-seater restaurant is available for functions at no cost and the pub has a music license. Children are allowed in the pub until 6pm.

    • Blue Anchor 27 West Street Reigate RH2 9BL Telephone(01737) 669497

      The origins of the pub are 17th century and there are some old beams and an open fireplace from this time. Today's pub has a spacious L-shaped bar with wooden floorboards. Possibly the biggest asset is the beer garden in summer, which is probably the best in Reigate. Overlooking the cricket ground it is the perfect way to while away the afternoon with a beer or two. The menu is mainly burgers, small dishes and sandwiches, supplemented by specials which change weekly, and is served 12-9. The guest beer is likely to be from Pilgrim brewery just a few yards down the road. Sky and BT are available and occasionally there is live music. Thursday night is quiz night. Depending on custom is may sometimes shut early.

    • Bull's Head 55 High Street Reigate RH2 9AE Telephone07703 687027
    • Hop Stop Bar 73 Bell Street Reigate RH2 7AN Telephone(01737) 221781

      Small L shaped bar with an emphasis on beer which opened in June 2019 in what used to be a restaurant. There are three cask beers and 9 lines which are used for a mixture of key keg and keg beers and cider. An electronic board to the right of the bar gives full details of the draught beers available. A good range of cans and bottles can be found in the fridge behind the bar; these can also be taken away for a small discount. There is also a range of whiskies and gins as well as a wine list. Although there is a disabled toilet there are steps to reach it. Dogs are welcome.

    • Joules 85 Bell Street Reigate RH2 7AN Telephone(01737) 245566

      Formerly the Castle, this pub reopened as the Priory in June 2004 after a complete makeover. The pub closed in 2011 but opened again in June 2012 as Joules, a cocktail and wine bar. There is one long bar with bare boards, with a more intimate lower tiled section at the back leading to a patio area out the back. Live bands play on Friday from 6:30 to 8:30 and there is a DJ Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights from 9 to 1:30am (earlier on Thursday) with free entry for both. Closed Sunday to Tuesday.

    • Market Stores 2 High Street Reigate RH2 9AY Telephone(01737) 240492
    • Pilgrim Brewery Tap Room 11 West Street Reigate RH2 9BL Telephone(01737) 222651
    • Prince Of Wales 2 Holmesdale Road Reigate RH2 0BQ Telephone(01737) 243112

      Conveniently located beside Reigate railway station, the Prince of Wales was refurbished inside and out in September 2013. In the 1800s the building was used to house railway workers. The garden, which backs onto the railway line, used to be a loading area for cattle bought and sold at Reigate market, and until the 1990s, British Rail still used to own it. Today the garden has a covered and seated smoking area. The pub is divided into three main drinking areas, all served from the same U-shaped bar. The main bar has a stripped wood floor and scrubbed deal tables, giving a bright airy feel. Prints of old Reigate adorn the walls. The back rooms are carpeted and in the far back room there is a large screen TV used for major sporting events, and large comfy sofas on which to lounge about. There is also a gas 'wood burner' for cold winter days. There is live music on Saturdays. Food is available each day from 12-9. Accommodation consists of four en-suite rooms. Outside is a table tennis table which is used when the weather is good. The guest beer will always be from Shepherd Neame.

    • Red Cross Inn 96 High Street Reigate RH2 9AP Telephone(01737) 225352

      At the end of the High Street, the Red Cross is one of the older pubs in Reigate. It is now trading under its original name again after becoming the Tap & Spile in 1995. With the original beams, bare floorboards, a large inglenook fireplace, leaded windows and the odd brick exposed wall, this place definitely feels like it has been around for a long time. Although one through room, there are two distinct drinking areas either side of the bar, which is opposite the main door. There is usually live music on Friday and Saturday and monthly 'open mic' night on Sunday. There is also a television for showing all major sports. There is a small patio beer garden at the back and dogs are welcome.

    • Reigate Manor Hotel Reigate Hill Reigate RH2 9PF Telephone(01737) 240125

      Fifty room Best Western Hotel half way up Reigate Hill. Before his Second World War North Africa campaign, the building was used as the billet for Field Marshal Montgomery's officers. Food is served from 7:30-21:30 in Brokes Bar which is at the rear of the hotel near reception and it is here that the handpump for real ale can be found. There is much light wood around here - the bar, the floor and the furniture are all made from it. There is a high ceiling which still has some nice old touches to it such as cornices and a large rose from which a light is suspended.

    • Reigate Priory Cricket Club Park Lane Reigate RH2 8JX Telephone07930 678942

      Cricket club bar selling three beers, one of which is usually from Pilgrim.

    • Roe Deer 50 Croydon Road Reigate RH2 0NH Telephone(01737) 668582
    • South Park Constitutional Club 28-30 Smith Road, South Park Reigate RH2 8HJ Telephone(01737) 244605
    • Venture Bar & Grill 11 Lesbourne Road Reigate RH2 7JP Telephone(01737) 271576

      This pub changed its name from the Venture Inn to the Venture Bar & Grill in summer 2015 after a major refurbishment when the two bars were knocked into one large area and the pub repainted and refurbished. There are usually two guest beers which change fortnightly as well as the five permanent beers. Food is served 12-3 and 5-10 during the week and 12-10 Saturday and 12-5 Sunday. The menu has sections for beer bites, mains, grills and desserts supplemented by brunch and baps at lunch time and tapas and burritos after 5pm. A children's menu is also available. Speciality coffees are available and there is a gin menu. Sky Sports and BT are available on six screens and all sports are shown. The pub can be very busy when major football matches are on. There are four tables at the front, two under cover in the entrance to the right. Although there is a disabled toilet there are steps to reach it. The best route is through the left entrance when there are two small steps, one into the pub and one inside. Private parties can be catered for. Dogs are not allowed inside. The pub was originally called the Desert Rat.

  • Reigate Heath
  • Salfords
    • Mill House 15 Brighton Road Salfords RH1 5BT Telephone(01737) 767277
    • Salfords Club Mead Avenue Salfords RH1 5DD Telephone(01293) 430064
  • Shere
  • Smallfield
  • South Godstone
    • Fox & Hounds Tilburstow Hill Road South Godstone RH9 8LY Telephone(01342) 893474

      A most attractive building, parts of which date back to 1368. It became a pub in 1601 and the first landlord was Thomas Hart, a tenant of Pendell Manor near Bletchingley. As well as brewing and selling its own beer, at one time it also served as a post office and blacksmith. There are several original beams throughout and a large inglenook in the restaurant. The lower bar also benefits from a real fire. Look for the gaiter of a former pirate turned smuggler, John Trenchman, who died in the cellar of the pub after being pursued by the King's revenue men. Legend has it that if this gaiter is removed, his ghost returns to haunt the pub. His earthly remains lie in Godstone churchyard. A former Westerham Brewery house until 1965, it passed to Ind Coope, later to become part of Allied Breweries until it was sold to Greene King in the late 90s and is now owned by Hawthorn Leisure. The pub has a deserved reputation for good food, which is sold both in the restaurant and bar (booking recommended), as well as for its excellent beer. Food is served from 12-2:30 and 6-9 Monday to Friday, from 12-9 Saturday and 12-4 Sunday. The bar area is low ceilinged and very cosy with high back settles. There is a pleasant garden at the rear with an umbrella for smokers and a children's play area. There are up to three guest beers with Hogs Back often featuring as well as local breweries such as Dorking and Weltons. Dogs are welcome in the bar, children are welcome inside and out, there is free WiFi and there are some board games available. Card-carrying CAMRA members get a discount here.

  • South Holmwood
    • South Holmwood Village Club Warwick Road South Holmwood RH5 4NP Telephone(01306) 889642

      Very friendly village club to be found at the back of the village hall. Although situated just off the main A24, it feels like a proper country local. Pool and darts are played in the main bar with a snooker table upstairs. There is a TV available for watching sport. Visitors are very welcome and can easily be signed in.

  • South Nutfield
    • Station South Station Approach, The Avenue South Nutfield RH1 5RY Telephone(01737) 823223
  • Staffhurst Wood
    • Royal Oak Caterfield Lane Staffhurst Wood RH8 0RR Telephone(01883) 722207
  • Stonebridge
    • Royal Oak Chart Lane South Stonebridge RH5 4DJ Telephone(01306) 885420
  • Sutton Abinger
    • Volunteer Water Lane Sutton Abinger RH5 6PR Telephone(01306) 730985
  • Tadworth
    • Blue Anchor Dorking Road (B2032) Tadworth KT20 5SL Telephone(01737) 819760

      An odd name for a pub located in landlocked Surrey, although at least there is such an item affixed to this 1930s former Charrington pub's exterior. Although effectively a single bar pub by having only one counter providing service, there are also separate dining and snug bar areas. This is a mostly food oriented establishment, with meals available throughout the day from 12-10 (9 Sunday). A bar menu offers sharing platters, pizzas and pasta dishes whereas a separate restaurant area serves more substantial meals with fish being a speciality. The interior of the pub has a contemporary feel with black walls and white paint. The area to the right of the bar has a number of retro drink posters on the wall and elsewhere there are a number of pictures of anchors. The flooring is mostly wooden, broken up by carpet and throughout the pub are tables surrounded by sofas and comfortable seats. The guest beer changes approximately monthly and comes from a list of around 28 beers, mostly from the larger and medium sized independent breweries.

    • Duke's Head Dorking Road Tadworth KT20 5SL Telephone(01737) 812173

      The main thing to notice during the summer is the fantastic flower display from the numerous hanging baskets on the front of the pub. The pub itself is an attractive red brick building with ground-floor shallow bow-fronted windows. Inside, little if any original features survive and the effect is open plan with different styles of seating areas with many dining tables. There are two real fires. The emphasis is on food, and when this survey was done the hours were 12-3 and 6-8:30 Monday and Tuesday, 12-3 and 6-9 Wednesday and Thursday, 12-9:30 Friday and Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. Normally food is available all afternoon every day, but the hot weather meant that there had been temporary changes to the hours, so please check their web site to find the correct hours if you might be interested in eating. A bar menu operates on lunchtimes Monday to Saturday and features sandwiches, salads and lighter bites alongside main meals. From 6 only main meals are available, although a larger choice is offered. The home made steak pie is a big favourite. On Sundays a roast meal is sold, with a choice of three meats and a vegetarian option, as well as most of the dishes on the normal evening menu. The pub was acquired by the Reigate brewery of Mellersh & Neale from R&F Pagden of Epsom in 1931, and was rebuilt in 1932. It ended its brewery owned days under the Friary Meux badge of the Allied umbrella and has now become a freehouse, having previously been a Punch leasehold. Up to five beers are available. The two guest beers are usually from local breweries, such as Dorking and Hogs Back. KT20 is Morland Original and is sold as the house bitter. Children are welcome away from the bar. Dogs are also welcome and there is free WiFi.

    • Inn on the Green Dorking Road Tadworth KT20 5RX Telephone(01737) 353529

      A black and white Edwardian establishment set back from the main road on a small green, this is mainly a restaurant but it does have a small bar as you enter with some tables and window seats. The Guest Beer is Grumpy Mole Bitter. Originally called the Bricklayer's Arms, it was renamed Tumble Beacon in 1972 to commemorate the Banstead Beacon that was constructed to warn of the arrival of the Spanish Armada. It was subsequently renamed in 2007. This was originally a Mellersh & Neale house until their take over by Meux & Co in 1938, becoming Friary Meux in the late 1950s. The pub is much given over to the Grumpy Mole Restaurant, one of a small chain. The main menu, a vegan menu and the children's menu are served Monday to Friday 12 till 3 and 5 till 9:30, Saturday 12 till 9:30 and on Sunday, when there are roasts as well, from 12 till 8:30. Additionally a snack menu with sandwiches, wraps, panini and baked potatoes is served Monday to Friday 12 till 3 and Saturday and Sunday 12 till 5. An afternoon tea menu, which includes the snack menu minus potatoes, is available Monday to Saturday 3 till 5. A non smoking patio area comes off the entrance hall and there is seating on the attractive grassy area in front of the pub.

    • Tadworth Social Club Dorking Road Tadworth KT20 5SA Telephone(01737) 485969

      Village hall and social club. Pool and darts played.

  • Tandridge
    • Barley Mow Tandridge Lane Tandridge RH8 9NJ Telephone(01883) 713770
  • Tatsfield
    • Bakery Westmore Green Tatsfield TN16 2AG Telephone(01959) 577605
    • Old Ship Ship Hill, Westmore Green Tatsfield TN16 2AG Telephone(01959) 577311
    • Tatsfield Village Club Westmore Green Tatsfield TN16 2AG Telephone(01959) 577330
  • Tattenham Corner
    • Tattenham Corner Tattenham Corner Road Tattenham Corner KT18 5NY Telephone(01372) 351454
    • Wine Rack 29-31 Tattenham Crescent Tattenham Corner KT18 5QJ Telephone(01737) 353607
  • Titsey
  • Walliswood
    • Scarlett Arms Walliswood Green Road Walliswood RH5 5RD Telephone(01306) 627243
  • Walton-on-the- Hill
    • Bell Withybed Corner Walton-on-the- Hill KT20 7UJ Telephone(01737) 812132

      This is a real gem which is hidden away off the road and a certain determination is required from the first time visitor to discover it! Turn off by the pond and keep turning right - it really is there! The pub is down bumpy tracks so don't rush. This ex-Charrington's (previously Page & Overton's) pub combines the far end of a short terrace of cottages together with a 1950s red brick-built extension into what presumably would have been the front garden. The cosy, low-ceilinged, welcoming interior still consists of separate parquet floored public and carpeted saloon bars, both furnished with genuine bric-a-brac which can be found above the bar area on on ledges on the walls, plus real fires. Darts is also played, but you need to bring your own darts as none are available from the bar. The former Charrington's ownership is recalled by the leaded windows and illuminated wooden bar back. The pub dates back to around 1854 and remained an Ale House without a spirits licence until c.1950. No food is available apart from pies, pasties and sausage rolls at weekends, although it may be possible for groups like walkers to pre book a tray of sandwiches. Known locally as "The Rat", from days gone by when stable lads from nearby Epsom Downs used to frequent it. The guest beer is Rat's T'Ale which is brewed by Marston's. The pub is open all day on Monday Bank Holidays. Recommended on the Camra list of Historic Pub Interiors.

    • Blue Ball Deans Lane Walton-on-the- Hill KT20 7UE Telephone(01737) 819003

      Facing Walton Heath and overlooking the village pond, the pub is named after the centre of a racing winning post. The original 1880 building has gained a later ground floor extension along the length of its front. Inside, the bar sits to the right, neatly dividing the floor space up between a front bar, a small side area round a fireplace and a rear dining room which has a central wood burning stove and leads to an outside decking area. There are also all weather wooden huts for dining outside down the side of the pub. The pub originally belonged to W F Hodgson's Kingston Brewery until its acquisition by Courage in 1943 and there is little to see of the original 1880 building. At the front is a wooden floored area which acts as the bar area. This leads to a large dining area which is split into smaller sections. The menu changes frequently and features a number of dishes cooked on the premises. Meals are served all day from 12-9:30 (8:30 on Sundays). There is free Wi-Fi and papers and dogs are welcome in the bar area at the front. There are a couple of disabled parking spaces in front of the pub and baby change facilities inside.

    • Chequers Chequers Lane (B2220) Walton-on-the- Hill KT20 7SF Telephone(01737) 812364
    • Fox & Hounds Walton Street Walton-on-the- Hill KT20 7RU Telephone(01737) 817744

      One bar village pub; the bar has wooden flooring and has a television screen above the fire showing sport. The restaurant area is split level and serves food from 12-9 Monday to Saturday and from 12-7 Sunday. The rear room can be hired for functions. On Sunday evening there is karaoke.

  • Warlingham
    • Horseshoe Farleigh Road Warlingham CR6 9EG Telephone(01883) 622009

      Large roadhouse constructed by Mann, Crossman & Paulin in 1938, replacing the original Horseshoe which was built in 1847, on the site of an old beerhouse, the Blacksmiths Arms, itself dating from 1609. In recent years it has been refurbished and there is a large separate restaurant off the main bar area. Bar meals are also available, together with two well-kept beers (although these come from national and large regional brewers). Food is available 12-10 (9:30 Sunday) and there is a carvery over Sunday lunchtime. Families are well catered for and there is a separate children's menu and colouring equipment. Outside is a patio garden. Free WiFi is available. The conservatory is available to hire for private parties. Dogs are permitted in the bar area, also the garden. Live Music on the first Saturday of each month. As well as the two beers listed, a house beer called Horseshoe Crafted Bitter is sold.

    • White Lion 3 Farleigh Road Warlingham CR6 9EG Telephone(01883) 625085

      There is little to detract from the most attractive fa├žade of this ancient building, the oldest part being the middle section which is believed to date from 1467, when it was a farm house with attached cottages. It has been a pub since at least 1784 from which date all its innkeepers have been recorded. It is flanked to the left by a pretty tile hung building and to the right by a rather out of character extension dating from around 1900, which replaced the original stable block. The interior is a warren of rooms ancient and modern. The nooks and crannies are a delight to explore but do watch your head! Building work a few years ago added a kitchen and improved access to the garden. The blend of old with contemporary does actually seem to work well together. The cask beer is reasonably priced (and are even cheaper on Monday). CAMRA members receive a discount on the real ales on production of their membership card. Food is available all day from 12-10. Dogs are welcome in the old bar.

  • Westcott
    • Prince of Wales Guildford Road Westcott RH4 3QE Telephone(01306) 889699

      The building has a small entrance hall which leads to the main L-shaped wooden floored bar. This has loads of natural light and some sofas and a television showing terrestrial channels. There is also a room at the back which may used as a function room. Food is served from 12-3 and 6-9:30 Tuesday to Saturday and 12-3:30 on Sunday. The pub may open from 9:30-11 for breakfast at weekends if it has been booked in advance, but does not serve alcoholic drinks during this time. Outside is some decking at bar level and a garden below the level of the road. Dogs are welcome and there is free WiFi. Sometimes the only ESB available is in bottles.

  • Westhumble
    • Stepping Stones Westhumble Street Westhumble RH5 6BS Telephone(01306) 889932

      L shaped pub with a large restaurant area at the side. The area for drinkers, in front of the bar, is split into two, one carpeted and with comfy chairs and the other with bare boards. It is near both the Pilgrim's Way and the North Downs Way and walkers are welcome. It is also near the stepping stones over the River Mole at the bottom of Box Hill, hence the name. Denbies, England's largest vineyard, is less than a mile away and Polesden Lacey is a couple of miles past the station There is a room at the back which can be used as a function room or overflow for the pub, and is where the disabled toilets are located. Food plays an important part at the pub and this is available 12-9 Monday to Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. One guest beer is brewery supplied, the other two will be from the local breweries Dorking, Hogs Back, Surrey Hills and Tillingbourne. It may shut early, especially on a Sunday, if there is no trade.

  • Whyteleafe
    • Radius Arms 205 Godstone Road Whyteleafe CR3 0EL Telephone07514 916172

      This excellent micropub opened in former commercial premises on 8 May 2015. Originally it was to be called the Broken Drum, but changed its name shortly before opening. Between four and six cask beers are sold depending on the time of the week and these change regularly. Also a range of three craft keg beers. In the bar area are several high tables which are made from Brazilian Sapele wood which has been rescued from display cabinets. Four wooden benches have been recycled from the Olympic Park in London. Around 12 ciders and perries are also sold alongside four KeyKeg beers. The beers frequently change, with usually two pale beers, one bitter and a stout or porter available. This is a very popular pub with locals enjoying events like pickled onion making making and cheese tasting. Outside are a couple of tables which provide additional seating.. Both Whyteleafe and Upper Warlingham stations are close by.

      Updates on the range of cask and craft keg beers are posted on Facebook and Twitter regularly.

    • Whyteleafe Tavern 208 Godstone Road Whyteleafe CR3 0EE Telephone(01883) 626270

      This corner pub has one single horseshoe-shaped bar and is close to both Upper Warlingham and Whyteleafe stations. Pool and darts are played and all sports events are shown on the five screens which can show a variety of programmes. A function room for up to 70 people is available. There is a covered area for smokers in the garden at the back of the pub.

  • Woldingham
    • Woldingham Village Club Upper Court Road Woldingham CR3 7BE Telephone(01883) 653330

      Very smart and friendly club which acts as the village local. A beer and music festival is held each year in the garden. Good home-cooked food is sold Friday evening (7-9.30pm) and Sunday lunchtime (12-3.30pm) plus other times by arrangement. Sky Sports is shown and there is a full size snooker table plus a pool table and darts. Pleasing to see is there is also a bar billiards table. Parts of the club can be hired for events and functions. An occasional local guest beer is sold alongside the regular beers (Bombardier is also usually sold), and there is also an excellent wine selection. Non members are welcome to visit.

  • Woodmansterne
    • Woodman Woodmansterne Street Woodmansterne SM7 3NL Telephone(01737) 371841

      An attractive solid-looking brick, flint and tile building with some late gothic flourishes in the form of a circular turret room with conical roof and weather vane. One bar pub with food available all day from 12 till 9 (8 Sunday) and additionally afternoon tea is available if booked in advance. The guest beers change regularly; sometimes there is only one available. Real cider is sometimes available, occasionally from one of the handpumps. There are also regular events (poker on Tuesdays, quiz nights on Thursdays and live music one Friday a month with karaoke or a DJ most other Fridays). Outside is a large and pleasant garden with a sandpit for the kids to play in and a lit and heated smoking area. In the summer there are various events held there including terrace barbecues on Sundays. The village only got its pub in the early 1900s when it was built as an annexe to the local manor house. Be warned: it is a long uphill walk from Woodmansterne station! There are two televisions for terrestrial sport and a wood-burning stove in the back on the left. There is free WiFi and dogs are made very welcome.

  • Wotton
    • De Vere Wotton House Guildford Road Wotton RH5 6HS Telephone(01306) 730000

      Originally the home of the botanist John Evelyn, this 17th century 111 room hotel is situated in 20 acres of land and down a long driveway from the main road. The main bar is the 1877 Bar which is situated to the left of reception as you enter. Food is available all day until 10pm although during quiet periods it may finish earlier.

    • Wotton Hatch Guildford Road Wotton RH5 6QQ Telephone(01306) 887694

      This is a large roadside pub, set on the busy A25 Guildford to Dorking main road, and has a 300 year history. There are large well-appointed bar areas, including a conservatory providing a number of comfortable eating and drinking areas, all served from a single serving point. Outside, ample lawns form an excellent beer garden, with views over the North Downs. Formerly a Surrey Trust Company house, it later belonged to Fullers, who sold it to Bass in the 1990s. Food is a major feature with restaurant areas taking half the available interior space. Food is served from 12-10 every day except Sunday when it is 12-9. There are two real fires. There will be one or two beers with Sharp's Doom Bar and St Austell Tribute often featuring. There are steps up from the main road but none on the paved path through the garden from the car park to the front entrance.