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Newchapel Road, Lingfield RH7 6LE England
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We are a local newly refurbished Lingfield Pub and are proud of our new restaurant. We have five spacious B&B rooms ideal for a weekend getaway or the night before flying from Gatwick, as well as those wanting to get out of London to have a bit of space and country. We are a free house pub and have run things since November 2008, we pride ourselves on providing you with a warm, relaxed and friendly atmosphere that we hope you will find welcoming. During the good weather we are very proud of our beer garden at the rear of the pub which Lawrence maintains himself, you won't find better in Surrey.Pets are welcome both in the pub area and in the B&B rooms.
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Free parking
Free breakfast
Bar / lounge
Wine / champagne
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Non-smoking hotel
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Jjj wrote a review May 2019
London47 contributions18 helpful votes
Fabulous little pub . Food freshly cooked and great value. Regards guys sat at bar always friendly and polite . Service alway very friendly and efficient. Lovers little garden out back . Part more can you ask for . Thanks ladies .
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Date of stay: May 2019
Mikewm8 wrote a review Feb 2018
London44 contributions27 helpful votes
We were in the area after visiting the British Wildlife Centre and decided to have something to eat in this pub/restaurant. The overall first impression was that it was more like a local pub than a restaurant but we decided to give it a go. The menu was very limited but we both found something to suit us. The restaurant was very basic and the room was cold. We ordered a cup of tea and a coffee (they only serve straight coffee). My coffee was lukewarm but I persevered but my partner's tea had a hair in it. This was replaced. When the food arrived, mine was ok but my partner had the Sunday roast. The vegetables looked very unappetising; the red cabbage was a pale pink colour and the carrots were a very, very pale orange. The roast potatoes looked as though they had been cooked several days before and the outside of them was a leathery texture. This was all served on a cold plate. When my partner tried the chicken, she found that it was undercooked and inedible. My partner is a trained chef. We immediately sent the food back and by this time my partner was so put off that she did not want anything else. When I went to pay the bill, I noticed that the returned meal was still included. I pointed this out to the waitress/barmaid who said that the owner had told her to take off the price of one of the drinks. I advised that I was not going to pay for a meal that had not been eaten and the lady went to speak to the owner. The owner came out to speak to me and advised that there had been nothing wrong with the food. When I explained what was wrong, she said that we should have sent it straight back so I informed her that we had done this. She was most unpleasant and said that there was nothing wrong with the chicken. I advised that my partner was a trained chef and she said that it was under cooked. When I said that he vegetables were unappetising, she said "a vegetable is a vegetable". I also advised that in the 10 years that we had been together and eating in restaurants, this was the first time that we had ever returned a meal. She then said that the plate was not cold but my partner had been so shocked about this that she had asked me to touch the plate, which I did and it was stone cold. I advised that I was not paying for a meal that I had returned but was happy to pay for the meal that I had eaten and the drinks. The owner said that she didn't have any choice and walked off into the bar area. She then made a ridiculous drama of approaching another table and asking the couple in a very loud voice, how they were enjoying their meal and how the chicken was. In the many reviews that I have written, I think that this is only the second negative review that I have left and my decision to write it was as a result of the attitude and total lack of customer care displayed by the owner. Our experience was regrettable but I noticed that this establishment offers catering for weddings etc. Good luck with that!
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Date of stay: February 2018
Trip type: Travelled
carolsY3313TO wrote a review Dec 2017
Woodhall Spa, United Kingdom34 contributions22 helpful votes
The restaurant was cold - no radiators on. Staff tried to light the woodburners but smoked us out! The interior of the place was dark and unwelcoming. The staff were not very helpful. The food was unpleasant. The coffee was cold. I don't know why we stayed! We should have walked out. Won't ever go back.
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Date of stay: November 2017
Trip type: Travelled
Room Tip: This is not a hotel - just a pub.
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tentgirl wrote a review Sept 2017
tentgirl2571 contributions129 helpful votes
I'd driven past the Blacksmiths Head many time and decided to visit with a friend at about 7.30pm one evening. Parking was easy and I though the exterior portrayed a warm venue where we could spend the evening. However, inside, I was so disappointed. It probably didn't help that the only the customers were a couple of large groups of rather loud men whose language was more than colourful. By the time we sat down after ordering our drinks, the music was ramped up and my friend and I could barely hear each other. And we've loud voices! Hard to explain but, apart from the decorated walls, it just felt rather cold in there with little thought to having tables and chairs that were comfortable to sit at. However, the lady behind the bar seemed very friendly. Ended up going onto another pub in Lingfield which had a much nicer feel and rather saved our evening.
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Date of stay: September 2017
Trip type: Travelled
J B wrote a review Aug 2017
37 contributions24 helpful votes
Home cooked food , Brie burger yummy , Sunday roast good too . Estrella on tap. Garden out the back quiet and ideal for dogs . Staff very friendly too . Good to see a small independent doing so well. Thanks guys
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Date of stay: August 2017Trip type: Travelled
United KingdomEnglandSurreyLingfield
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Frequently Asked Questions about Blacksmiths Head
Which popular attractions are close to Blacksmiths Head?
Nearby attractions include Tulleys Escape Rooms & Games (4.8 miles), Tulleys Farm (4.9 miles), and British Wildlife Centre (0.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Blacksmiths Head?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Blacksmiths Head?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Blacksmiths Head?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Blacksmiths Head?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Parson's Pig, The Gurkha, and Dal Nonno Restaurant - Pizzeria & Take Away.
Are pets allowed at Blacksmiths Head?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Blacksmiths Head?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Standen (4.5 miles) and Sackville College (3.4 miles).
Is Blacksmiths Head accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.