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The Duke of Wellington
Guildford Rd
East Horsley
Surrey

KT24 6AA | View map
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Come and try us soon and stay over in one of our comfortable Courtyard En-suite Guest Rooms and start your day with a delicious freshly prepared breakfast. Enjoy our home cooked Menu lunch times and evenings. The Inn has a courtyard to the rear where our 9 en-suite guest rooms are located. Each room is unique in design and they have many old fashioned features. The original Village Inn was called The Greyhound and became The Crown after the restoration of the Monarchy in 1660. Initially, the pub faced the Village Street but Lord Lovelace’s predecessor had it rebuilt by Charles Barrie and turned around to face the new Turnpike road (opened in 1758). It was renamed the Duke of Wellington after the hero of the day. Outside there is a pretty beer garden and a decking area that can seat around 100 people. At night this is beautifully lit with ground lighting to add to the ambiance. We have a balcony decking area to the side of the pub that is covered and heated in inclement weather for your comfort. The Inn has a courtyard to the rear where our 9 en-suite guest rooms are located. Each room is unique in design and they have many old fashioned features. All our meat is bought from a local high class butcher and we have fresh vegetables delivered to us daily. All our desserts and cakes are home made and as many of our main dishes are also prepared in our kitchens.

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