There's plenty to do in the area, you could make a day of it and visit a local attraction before or after you come to see us.
Titsley Place and Gardens
Pitchfont Lodge, Water Ln, Titsey, Oxted RH8 0SA
Titsey Place is an English country house near Oxted in Surrey, England. It was successively the seat of the Gresham and Leveson-Gower families and is now preserved by a charitable trust for the nation.
From the Haycutter - 2.7 miles to/from Titsley Place and Gardens.
25 Bluehouse Ln, Oxted RH8 0AA
The Barn Theatre, purpose built as a local community theatre, was opened in 1924. It is largely constructed of timbers from a local 13th Century saw-mill and still serves its original purpose of linking the town of Oxted and the village of Limpsfield to provide a venue for social events. It now hosts plays, musical evenings and a variety of other entertainments by resident and non-resident local societies.
From the Haycutter - 1.9 miles to/from Barn Theatre.
Westerham Brewery Co
Beggars Ln, Westerham TN16 1QP
Dating back to the early 1600's and re-established in 2004 by Robert Wicks it revives the much loved flavours of the Old Black Eagle brewery which closed in 1965.
From the Haycutter - 5.5 miles to/from Westerham Brewery Co.
Moorhouse Rd, Oxted RH8 0TW
Limpsfield Common was used by commoners for grazing their animals and collecting stone and firewood. Now, with its extensive network of footpaths and bridleways through patches of open heathland and large areas of woodland, the Common is a perfect place to enjoy the countryside, whether walking, cycling or horseriding. There's an old Roman road to saunter along too. Limpsfield Common is also a good spot for family outings and picnics, with open, mainly flat, spaces to run and explore. There are magnificent beech trees, some around 200 years old, and the woodland is carpeted with bluebells in spring. Also look out for the partly hidden, recently restored (to its war time condition) Second World War air raid shelter - experience what life was like during an air raid on a guided tour.
From the Haycutter - 3 miles to/from Limpsfield Common.
Keeping everyone safe amidst the Coronavirus pandemic
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Opening times from 12th April
We can open up our garden for bookings from 2 households or groups of up to 6 people from mixed households (including children), to enjoy some alfresco eating and drinking from April 12th. We do have outside areas that can be booked online between April 12th and May 17th or alternatively, we are keeping some tables aside should you just want to pop down and enjoy a drink or a bite to eat without a booking.
Whilst we are obviously all keeping everything crossed for good weather, it’s best to come prepared for every eventuality, so wrap up warm, bring a blanket and perhaps even an umbrella, just in case. If the heavens do open, we’re really sorry but we won’t be able to allow you to shelter inside the pub.
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A Meal Ticket is received for each main course or light bite purchased at full price. Six tickets can then be exchanged for any main course up to £12 from Monday to Thursday (excluding Bank Holidays, set menus, ticketed events and click and collect). For full terms and conditons, please click here.
Expiry date extension: As you haven’t been able to redeem tickets for the last 5 months, we will add 5 months onto the redemption period for any that you currently have. For example, any ticket that expires in November 2020 will be honoured up until the end of April 2021.