Surrey pubs: The Richard Onslow, Cranleigh GU6 8AU
PUBLISHED: 14:22 09 November 2010 | UPDATED: 16:57 20 February 2013
Continuing our new series, showcasing some of Surrey's best pubs, we are pleased to bring you The Richard Onslow, which after a renovation at the end of last year has launched a brand-new spring menu
Originally published in Surrey Life magazine March 2010
The Richard Onslow, 113-117 High Street, Cranleigh GU6 8AU
Tel: 01483 274922
Continuing our new series, showcasing some of Surreys best pubs, we are pleased to bring you The Richard Onslow, which after a renovation at the end of last year has launched
a brand-new spring menu
This well-presented pub provides a great mix with its old-fashioned period features, such as a cosy brick inglenook and characteristic old tiles, with a brilliant new dcor and innovative style.
Located in the heart of Cranleigh, believed to be the largest village in England, the pub is ideally situated in the High Street, opposite the railway station. Close by is St Nicolas Parish Church containing a 12th century carving said to be Lewis Carrolls inspiration for his Cheshire Cat.
This atmospheric pub has an assortment of well-kept ales, quality lagers and wines from award-winning suppliers. It also boasts high-class food at excellent value. There is a great emphasis on ethics, with an aim to provide mostly British, free-range and accredited produce. They also donate a small share of their profits to local schools in aid of healthy eating.