In the picturesque village of Hambledon in Surrey, just 3 miles from Godalming, The Merry Harriers has its origins dating back to the 16th century. The inn serves first class real ales, a wine list to please every palate, a range of soft drinks and carefully prepared dishes on the menu using the best available locally sourced ingredients. The Merry Harriers is the perfect place for a drink with friends, lunch after a walk or cycle in the stunning countryside or a special celebration dinner in their private dining rooms.
Using fresh, locally sourced ingredients the head chef has designed a menu to suit all tastes as well as ever changing specials. From cut to order sandwiches, homemade soup and usual pub staples such as beer battered cod & chips. Food is for sharing with friends and their selection of sharing platters and small plates are perfect for lunch or a light supper with friends. Sunday Roast is not a meal to be missed at The Merry Harriers especially with their delicious Surrey beef or pork. Why not book a private dining room for family lunches and special celebrations.
Deep in rural England, overnight stays are exceptionally quiet and peaceful. The four Inn Rooms are a wonderful mix of old and new, with ancient oak beams and contemporary furnishings, while the six Garden Rooms offer a simple rural rustic charm and lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Introducing five Shepherd’s Huts, a slice of elegant luxury lies nestled in the Surrey Hills in these decadent “glamping” experience Huts.
The rooms are furnished to the highest standards with beautiful oak furniture, modern shower rooms, luxurious Egyptian cotton bed linen and bath robes and tea and coffee making facilities with fresh milk provided daily. Breakfast is served in the pub or garden and can be delivered to your room in hampers if you have a very early start, or prefer to take it with you.
Watch the setting sun over the Surrey Hills in front of your private fire pit, glass of rosé to hand, or settle in next to the wood burning stove for a game of chess – early evenings in the Shepherds Huts are magical. Then head over to the traditional and welcoming village inn for some fabulous local ales or house garden cider, delicious food and excellent company.