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Surrey Oaks, NEWDIGATE

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Recommended Pub Surrey Oaks

Address: Parkgate Road, Parkgate
Post Code: RH5 5DZ
Bus Route(s): 21, 50
OS Ref: TQ 205436 (Bing Maps)   (Google Maps)
Directions: between Newdigate and Leigh
Ownership: Private Owner
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Phone No: (01306) 631200
Opening Hours: 11:30-11 Mon-Thu; 11:30-12 Fri; 9-11 Sat & Sun
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The Soaks is a great supporter of micro-breweries from both near and far. Four guest cask beers are available and these are constantly changing. On average a new beer to the pub comes on sale every day with hoppy ales always popular. A dark beer is always available plus around a dozen ciders and a perry are sold direct from the cellar. Further variety is provided by five key-casks. A very popular beer festival in a marquee takes place over the Late May and the August Bank Holiday when over fifty beers are available. The building itself dates in part from the 16th century, but only became a pub in 1850 having previously been a wheelwright's cottage. Internally there are a number of distinct drinking areas. The main drinking area is a low-beamed flagstone bar which has a large inglenook fireplace complete with wood burning stove, and low beams covered in pumpclips. There is also a piano in this bar which is in tune and may get played on the acoustic music night on Tuesday. Another room is to be found near the car park entrance and this contains a TV which is only used for rugby. This room can be curtained off for meetings. At the front of the pub is another small bar, again complete with real fire. This bar leads to the Georgian restaurant where excellent food is served 12-9 Monday to Friday and 9-9 weekends. A variety of food is served from an open kitchen. A small standard menu is supplemented by daily additions such as local game and fresh fish. A wood fired oven is used for bread and pizzas - the latter cooked to order with a choice of 12 toppings. These are rustic and so don't expect them to necessarily be round! A choice of two roasts are available on Sunday, on sale until they run out. Outside in the large garden there are two boules pistes in one corner, and these are a hive of activity on sunny Sundays. There is also a children's play area and a covered patio. East & Mid Surrey Pub of the Year 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015. Camra Surrey Pub of the Year 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014; Regional Pub of the Year 2006 and 2014.

Lunchtime Meals  Evening Meals  Separate Restaurant  Children Allowed in part of Pub  Car Park  Outdoor Drinking Area  On Surrey Cycleway  On Bus Route - Click for general timetable(see above)  Real Draught Cider  CAMRA LocAle Pub  Ale Trail 2012
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Last Updated: 10 Mar 2018



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