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This impressive Victorian building in Surrey was once a railway pub, and after a large investment and renovation, has been transformed into a stylish restaurant with rooms on the border of West Sussex and Hampshire. Located right by Haslemere station, this is the ideal spot if you're travelling in by rail.
The brasserie-style steakhouse restaurant is in the original part of the house, and as you would expect from an Upham Group pub serves quality food using local and seasonal produce. The striking bar area has plenty of seating, and is decked out with vibrant floor tiles and statement lighting, and there's a terrace for alfresco drinks.
Their beef is sourced from Dukesmoor from native breeds, and is dry-aged for a minimum of 35 days in a Himalayan salt brick chamber.
The rooms are individually decorated with splashes of colour, and there are nods to the past with eye-catching, train-related images adorning the walls.
Well-positioned in Surrey, and right on the border of Hampshire and West Sussex, this is a beautiful part of south-east England. There's walking galore: the inn is an excellent gateway to the South Downs National Park.
And if you have the kids they're sure to enjoy a trip to Hollycombe Steam Collection, with its fully working Edwardian fairground.
Free parking is available.
Places of Interest
Haslemere Hall 5 minutes walk
Ramster Gardens 3.8 miles
Hindhead Golf Club 4.6 miles
Liphook Golf Club 6.2 miles
Haslemere Station 3 minute walk