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). 

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