King William IV4 Byttom Hill
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Friendly 18th-century free house clinging to hillside with spectacular views over the Mole Valley and Norbury Park. Quiet during winter but the splendid terraced garden can be packed in summer. Originally an ale house for Lord Beaverbrook's estate staff. Excellent old-fashioned main bar is popular with all and includes a large grandfather clock and an open fire. There is also a small lounge bar, now accessible through an archway from the main bar. An extensive home-cooked menu offers traditional pub food plus more exotic dishes and vegetarian options. Steep steps can make access difficult for the infirm. A public car park is on A24 southbound at foot of Byttom Hill. Live jazz evenings on Sundays throughout the Summer are replaced by a quiz night during winter. Opening hours vary with the seasons. Accredited for beer quality during 2022.