The Merry Harriers

UK England South East England Surrey Godalming

This is the kind of country pub that no one wants to leave, and it's definitely best enjoyed with a real ale in hand, so being able to stay over is a huge bonus. Rooms are reasonably small, but have everything you need and the food (including breakfast hampers) is fantastic. Camping is always a great option in summer - expecially for walkers. 

Attached to this unique and charismatic 16th-century pub set in the beautiful Surrey village of Hambledon, are various accommodation options, which will come as a great relief to those who want to visit one of the best pubs in Surrey and properly enjoy all the great real ales on offer. Your choice is between a campsite across the road and three fully equipped en-suite (albeit quite compact) B&B rooms located in a converted barn in the pub garden. For those taking the B&B option, breakfast is served in the pub or garden, or you can have it delivered it to your room in a hamper if you prefer - allowing for an early start if you want to go exploring (on one of the llama treks that the pub offers, for example). 


Camping: £9 per person per night. B&B double rooms £95–£120 including breakfast.

Opening Times

Open all year.



The Merry Harriers, Merry Harriers, Hambledon Road, Hambledon, Surrey GU8 4DR

Getting There

Leave the M25 at Jct 10 and take the A3 Southbound towards Guildford and Porstmouth. Leave the A3 at the Milford/Haslemere turn off and follow the A283 towards Petworth. After you pass King Edwards school in Witley, continue over the hill then turn left at the crossroads towards Hambledon, The Merry Harriers is approx. 1.5 miles on your left with the car park on the right.

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