Perfectly situated just off the M25, A22 and A25, Godstone’s pretty village with duck pond and village green is a great spot for road commuters.
Godstone, with its quintessentially English village green, array of historic houses and a handful of small boutique shops, was originally built on the old London to Brighton Roman road and is surrounded by lovely country walks and even has its own vineyard.
This traditional pub next to the village green was stylishly refurbished several years ago. Retaining cosy armchairs and roaring fires with a conservatory and beer garden to the rear, this is the perfect venue to meet friends for a drink or enjoy a meal from their extensive menu .
The Bell, 128 High St, Godstone RH9 8DX
For more formal dining, this traditional hostelry with inglenook fireplace and beamed ceilings, offers exciting contemporary dishes and an extensive a la carte menu. Ensuite single and double rooms are available for the overnight guest.
The Coach House Restaurant and Hotel, The Green, Godstone, RH9 8DT
A former brewery built in 1840 and situated in the heart of the village just beyond the village pond. This historic club offers very reasonable membership to the locals as their social club. With sensibly priced beer, pool, darts and premium league football on TV, this is a hidden gem treasured by those in the know.
The Godstone Club, The Green, Godstone, Surrey RH9 8DY