The Abinger Hatch - a hidden gem of an English pub where hundreds of years of history meet the best of traditional and modern cuisine.
Our location in the small Surrey village of Abinger (that's with a soft "g" like "Abinjer") says it all: beside us is the village hall, and opposite the church. We have always been right at the centre of village life - and continue this tradition in the 21st century.
If you are planning a walk in the lovely Surrey countryside, why not plan it around us - we're a welcome refuge on a crisp winter's day, when you can be sure of a warm welcome and an equally warm log fire! Have a drink, a bite to eat and relax for a while.
Our Head Chef has designed our menus around more traditional pub food at lunchtimes, while in the evening there are also more special dishes - have a look at our menus and see the range we offer.
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“Popped into the Abinger Hatch pub on a walk around the Surrey Hills. Andy gave us the warmest welcome as we came in through the door. We had not booked but there was no feeling of being ‘unwanted’ as a customer – we were kindly shown a seating area and were served with delicious appetizers promptly (it was all we were looking for). Atmosphere friendly even though ‘bustley’. Delighted to find a friendly pub in these parts on a busy Sunday.”
Visitor from Virginia, USA, Feb 2016
“Well worth finding this charming country pub near Leith Hill in the Surrey Hills ! We visited for Saturday lunch and were ready for a hearty lunch after walking in the area. We both went for the Chefs pie – a decent size encased in pastry as a pie should be. The atmosphere was very welcoming and we stayed for coffee sitting in the comfortable arm chairs by the open fire. No rush to move us on & the girl who served us was very helpful.”
“Lovely gem in the Surrey Hills & will definitely come back again.”
Visitor from Brighton, UK. Feb 2016
“Modernised dining pub in beautiful woodland spot, spacious interior with heavy beams and log fires, enjoyable food from sharing plates up, plenty of wines by the glass, Ringwood Best and guests; children and dogs welcome, some disabled access, picnic-sets in side garden with boules, summer barbecues, near pretty church and pond, open (and food) all day”