This fine rural dog-friendly free house is tucked away up a back lane at the southern end of the village and is popular with walkers and cyclists. The building dates from the 17th century, and the pub used to brew its own beer. It later became a Friary Meux pub until they sold it in 1979. Today families are welcome in the pub, which has an open fire between the two bars. The rear part of the pub has a wooden floor and is split level. The right hand side of this has bare-brick walls decorated with agricultural artefacts. Food is served from 12 to 3 and 6 to 9 Monday to Saturday and 12-4 Sunday. Rare for Surrey, the pub still has an outside gents. 12-5 Sunday. Rare for Surrey, the pub still has an outside gents. The guest beers are likely to include two from the Dorking Brewery, with the third being ever-changing.