Set in a prominent position just a short way above the centre of the village, this large pub focuses on food. It has a bar with a wood burning stove and a restaurant as well as tables outside. The restaurant is usually full in the evenings so book if you want to eat. The main menu is served 12-3 and 6-9:45 Monday to Saturday, but sandwiches and snacks are available in the afternoon. Sunday food hours are 12-8. Hay, tethering rings and mounting blocks are provided for those who arrive by horseback and there are cycle racks for cyclists. There is a TV outside and children's games are available in the summer. Dogs are allowed in the bar and there is also WiFi. As the Prince of Wales the pub used to be owned by the Reffell Brothers brewery of Gomshall which was bought by Young’s of Wandsworth in 1926. It remained a Young’s pub until they sold it in the 1990s and it became the William Bray in 2009, when it was bought by Julian Bailey, who drove in seven Formula One races. It may shut slightly earlier on Sundays, depending on custom.