5 Dene Street, Dorking, RH4 2DR
01306 881 960
The White Hart is a small but lively drinker’s pub just off the High Street. Its cellars are built into local caves, which can be seen at the back of the pub.
The pub offers a pool table, three big screen TVs showing all major sporting events, and the walls are decorated with old adverts – including one from 1849 describing the pub as having a good bar, tap room and parlour and also a well of fine spring water.
81 South St, Dorking RH4 2JU
Traditional local pub for cask ales and bar snacks, with a 2-tiered garden and quirky events.
A25 Reigate Road, Dorking, RH4 1QB
This convenient and comfortable hotel is perched on the edge of our lovely, bustling market town in the heart of the Surrey Hills.
Coldharbour, Dorking Surrey RH5 6HD
Set in the Surrey Hills, The Plough Inn is a traditional country pub at the heart of its local community. With six individually furnished rooms available, all with en-suite facilities. Whether you need a comfortable business stopover or a charming getaway for the weekend, a good night’s sleep is assured. Also Surrey Life Food and Drink Awards Winner.
At the Foot of Box Hill, Dorking RH5 6BX
Beautiful mid-scale hotel with striking wooden beams in the Tithe Barn making this a perfect wedding venue in Box Hill.
High Street, Dorking, Surrey, United Kingdom RH4 1BE
Set in the charming heart of Dorking, nestled between the North Downs and gentle slopes of the Denbies Estate and Vineyards, The White Horse stands as one of England’s most storied coaching inns, with a history dating back as far as 1278.
The property has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment and overhaul of both the public spaces, dining concept, and 56 bedrooms. Offering stylish accommodation, a destination restaurant called the Dozen, as well as an all-new bar and deli concept, The Dozen, specialising in local Surrey produce.
The White Horse features excellent offers and local breaks for city breaks. Visit their website for complete details.
36 West Street, Dorking, Surrey RH4 1BU
The Star is a community pub that prides itself on offering great company and entertainment through their open mic nights and pub art competitions. They welcome you to bring your own food.
42 South Street, Dorking, RH4 2HQ
The Spotted Dog public house is one of Surrey’s hottest pub venues. They offer good food and host an array of live local musical events throughout the year.
From their central location they offer stunning views of Ranmore from their rear garden which has both a lawn and covered deck, and inside you’ll be welcomed with a choice of premium lagers, real ales, spirits and soft drinks.
23 West St, Dorking, RH4 1BY
Cobbetts is an independent beer specialist, and the business comprises a shop and micropub that supplies great beers and ciders to local and regional customers.
They feature beers from local producers, and stock both UK and worldwide beers in bottles, cans and on tap. Country wine, mead and a locally produced gin (from the Gin Kitchen, Dorking) are also available. They are members of CAMRA and were featured in the 2018 Good Beer Guide.
One of the current owners has a familial link to Surrey, indeed the store is named after their Farnham-based great, great, great, great uncle Williams Cobbett. However, they had a more popular reason for choosing Dorking for their business:
“[Dorking] has a great range of independent shops…. [it’s] unique in comparison to many town high streets. Everyone here is friendly and supportive… [and] every time you turn a corner you see the glorious hills in the background. As a town that once boasted the most pubs per capita we feel we blend right in.”
1 South Street, Dorking, RH4 2DY
The Bull’s Head is a historic town pub at the very heart of the Dorking community. It serves up a whole host of activities and events alongside real ales and home-cooked food. Bring the family for an excellent Sunday roast, or meet with friends for the latest live sport.