Beamed and timbered rooms of much character, six real ales and other thoughtful drinks and well liked food


Speciality beers
Cask ales
Speciality drinks
Separate restaurant
  • Separate restaurant
  • Sandwiches sold

Bar food times: 12-9; 12-9.30 Fri, Sat

Typical main dish: Malaysian chicken curry with coconut rice and pak choi

Typical main dish price: £13.95

Average two course evening meal price: £22.00

  • Speciality beers
  • Cask ales
  • Speciality drinks
  • Gin (60)
  • Rum (10)
  • Whisky (20)
  • Wine (30)

Name of cheapest bitter: St Austell

  • Children allowed in the bar
  • Children allowed in the restaurant
  • Dogs allowed in the bar

The good pub guide review

This is a delightful pub housed in a converted barn of disputed vintage, though it certainly looks pleasingly like an old banqueting hall. Renowned for its warm welcome, monthly dog walks and excellent array of drinks, it's a lovely community hub. The L-shaped, mainly open-plan rooms are spacious, with exposed stone walls, stalling and standing timbers creating separate seating areas, strikingly heavy beams and a couple of big log fires in fine stone fireplaces. A two-tiered and balconied part at one end has a wall covered with huge brass platters; elsewhere there are nice old photographs and a variety of paintings. Dining chairs and dark wooden tables are grouped on wooden, quarry-tiled or carpeted floors, and there are bookshelves, big pot plants, stone bottles on windowsills and fresh flowers. High wooden bar stools line the long counter where they serve St Austell Brunning & Price Traditional Bitter, Hogs Back TEA and four local guests on handpump, a dozen wines by the glass, and more than 60 gins. The courtyard (adjacent to the characterful pigeonry) has teak tables and chairs. Wheelchair facilities and disabled parking. Perfectly placed for country walks, with or without dogs.

The good pub guide food review

Enjoyable food includes sandwiches and 'light bites' (such as cheddar, leek and balsamic onion quiche), plus chicken caesar croquettes, baked camembert with apple, celery and walnut salad, grilled sea bass fillets with potato and shallot terrine, braised feather of boeuf bourguignon with horseradish mash and kale, beer-battered cod and chips, roast duck breast with crispy leg croquettes, celeriac purée and cherry jus, and puddings such as chocolate and orange tart and summer pudding with clotted cream.

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Contact Details

Refectory, Portsmouth Road, Milford, Godalming, Surrey, GU8 5HJ

(01483) 413820

Pub Group: Brunning & Price

Opening Hours

Weekdays: 10.30am-11pm

Saturday: 10.30am-11pm

Sunday: 12-10.30