Good Hotel Guide Review
When making a reservation, don’t forget to book your llama and picnic: llama treks through the Surrey hills are the unique selling point at this 16th-century pub-with-rooms, part of the De Savary collection (see Cary Arms, Beachcroft Hotel, Eastbury Hotel). Choose a rustic-chic inn room, a garden room with furnished patio overlooking the llama paddock, or a shepherd’s hut beside a lily pond, with log-burner, firepit, hot tub and mod cons to put the ‘glam’ into glamping. All accommodation is beautifully presented. There are short menus of pub classics, sandwiches, a vegan salad. Breakfast on a full English, full vegetarian or smashed avocado, before hitting the trail, with Goji, Diesel, Ernesto and the woolly gang in tow.
15. 4 in inn, 6 ground-floor garden rooms (step access, bathrooms not adapted), 5 shepherds' huts.
all year. Closed Mon, Tues lunch.
bar, restaurant, snug, private dining room, in-room TV (Netflix), wedding receptions, 2–3 acres garden, parking, llama trekking.
'for our audience'.
all ages welcome. Family suite sleeps 4; extra rollaway bed/travel cot on request. Children's menu. Min age 8 for llama treks.
in garden rooms, shepherds' huts, public areas, not inn rooms (£15 per stay, bed, bowls, dog wash facility, dogs' menu).
Amex, MC, Visa.
B&B doubles from £145, shepherds' huts from £195. À la carte £40. 1-night bookings may be refused Fri, Sat, bank holiday weekends.