As the self-proclaimed most secluded pub in Surrey, every journey made to the welcoming and award-winning Stephan Langton Inn is an adventure through the beautiful hills and countryside. This dog-friendly venue feels like a true home-from-home, and is an ideal spot for relaxing with colleagues, friends and family. There are many artefacts inside that hint at owners Anneliese and Lee’s love for the great outdoors. Several rugby balls and a shotgun take pride of place at the back ofthe bar and ornamental animals and flowers are dotted around, adding more character to this wonderful venue.
Locally sourced seasonal produce is paramount to the everyday running of The Stephan Langton, with many dishes on the menu made using ingredients from the surrounding area. Salmon is smoked locally at the Tillingbourne trout farm, and fresh produce arrives daily from independent producers, enabling the inn to offer a varied and extensive menu. The venue’s Archbishop’s pie comprises steak, pheasant breast, mushroom and Tillingbourne Black Troll ale, and is a culinary ode to the former Archbishop of Canterbury, with whom The Stephan Langton shares its name.
With a delicious Sunday lunch menu, newly introduced afternoon teas and a bar stocked with tipples, including an impressive collection of 40 gins, there are plenty of reasons to head to The Stephan Langton, regardless of the occasion.