About

In the picturesque village of Hambledon in the Surrey Hills area of outstanding natural beauty, The Merry Harriers has its origins dating back to the 16th century. Our traditional style welcoming village inn is steeped in history with the landlord’s names dating back to the early 1700’s written on the pub walls.

Full of character and life, our children and dog friendly inn offers excellent food, award-winning local ales and wines, a lovely garden, first rate accommodation and an element of the unexpected with our llama treks.

The Merry Harriers is a natural stopover for walkers and cyclists and the perfect destination for an enjoyable meal with friends or a relaxing stay in one of our beautifully designed garden and inn rooms.

Owned by local residents Peter and Lana de Savary, since May 2017, and managed and run by husband and wife team, Sam and Danielle Page, we look forward to welcoming you and sharing the charm and comfort of this historic English inn.

The Village of Hambledon is straight out of central casting…beautiful old houses, open fields speckled with horses, a village green and a local shop run by a volunteer collective.