Find a pub in Surrey

Celebrated for its vibrant history and culture, Surrey has something for everyone. Whether you’re a student seeking inspiration outside the classroom, a visitor eager to delve into the county's storied past, or a local looking to discover more about your home. After a day spent exploring the countryside and local landmarks, unwind in the best pubs in Surrey, where the county’s true heart is on display.

Throughout the Surrey countryside, our Chef & Brewer countryside pubs are here to provide a warm welcome to all. In this densely wooded area of the UK, our comforting taverns feature menus stacked with comforting pub classics for every time of the day.

Pubs in Surrey are the perfect place to rest up, whether you're winding down after a scenic walk or making a pit stop before heading home. And if you're about to set off on a long journey home or just want to top up on the go, some of our pubs have EV charging points so you can power up your car while you sit back and relax.

Find a pub in Surrey

Best pubs in Surrey

Surrey is a densely packed area when it comes to activities and things to see and do. After exploring the sights, one of our local Chef & Brewer pubs will be waiting for you.
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A real all-rounder

Located in the hamlet of Holt Pound, the Ball & Wicket has a history that’s tied into its cricket-based name. Originally the home of Farnham Cricket Club, the pub sits on the old green that players batted and bowled on over a hundred years ago. It’s also only a stone's throw from Alice Holt Forest, where ancient oak trees tower over you while you enjoy a relaxing stroll. Come to this pub for a welcoming atmosphere and slice of cricketing history, not to mention our delicious pub food menu packed with  British cuisine  and a wide selection of drinks.


A historic pitstop still thriving today

Built in the 17th century, the Fairmile has always been a pitstop on the journey between Portsmouth and London, a position it still holds today. This handsome haunt serves up traditional pub food for you to enjoy all week long, with signature roast dinners served on Sundays. And don’t forget that Chef & Brewer pubs in Surrey offer unlimited Yorkshire puddings and gravy with all our pub Sunday roast. Once you’ve filled up and recharged, get out there and explore the rich Roman history in the neighbouring town of Cobham.


A charming stopover for all

Little more than a mile away from Gatwick Airport, the Shipley Bridge pub and inn is a charming stopover for when you’re jetting off somewhere. As well as if you’re staying local. Equipped with a spacious beer garden that gets lots of sun in summer and cosy fireplaces inside for the colder months, enjoy our menu while waiting for your flight or before you get out and explore. Beautifully set into luscious countryside between the pleasant villages of Smallfield and Copthorne, the Shipley Bridge stands out among all the picturesque pubs in Surrey. 

Ye Olde Windsor Castle (Little Bookham) Exterior

As traditional as royalty

You can’t get much more traditional than at the Ye Olde Windsor Castle in Little Bookham. Here, our staff are on hand for anything you need, from gravy-covered roast dinners to British cask ales you can settle in with after a long day. Located just up the road from Leatherhead and the picturesque village of Ashtead, where you can browse independent bookstores and clothes shops to truly get a taste of the real Surrey.

More about Surrey

Surrey has a rich tapestry of history that spans thousands of years, with Romans, Vikings, Normans and more fighting over the local countryside. As a result, a vivid multicultural hive grew that remains to this day.

Beyond this, Surrey has more than enough to do for visitors and locals alike. Visit the university town of Guildford and the cathedral that sits at the bottom of the Surrey hills while you’re there. Perhaps take a daytrip to explore the world famous gardens and museums the county has to offer. 

To further uncover the history found across the region, visit Waverley Abbey or Guildford Castle with its lovely grounds and go for a stroll around Loseley Park or Farnham Castle. You can barely make a turn without running into a historic monument or heritage centre.

The history and experiences found in Surrey will have you wanting to come back time and again. And when you’re ready for a break, find a Chef & Brewer pub nearby to take a load off and relax.