The King William IV, Mickleham, Dorking, Surrey
You’ll find the King William IV tucked away on a hillside at Mickleham in the Surrey Hills AONB, above the A24, with the most agreeable views over the Mole Valley; ivy scrambles up the walls as it has for years, inside the grandfather clock ticks away in much the same manner. Service comes with a smile and the food is very good – Warm duck & bacon salad, Pumpkin Risotto, Caramelised Onion Quiche all sit nicely on the daytime menu with pub favourites; on Sundays they do cracking roast.
You won’t feel any rush to leave, especially if you’re sat on the terrace on one of those glorious summer evenings when the birds are in fine voice and the sun is just starting to set over the valley. Mind you, it’s just as good inside by the fire when it’s cold, the kind of place where you just want to have a good stretch and slowly sip your drink, content as the most contented man in the world.
Open: Mon-Sat 11.00 am-11.00 pm Sun 12.00-1.0.20pm
T: 01372 372590 All information correct at the time of writing