Harrow History

Welcoming visitors for over four centuries and still to this day retains many of its orginal features, such as its flint face and open wood burner.

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Our Menu

Our Specials now change daily, with a wider choice than before. Consult the blackboards within the bar, or feel free to contact us with any enquiries.

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Our Gallery

Within our gallery you will find pictures of the surrounding area, the pub and images of some of the events that we have hosted over the years.

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Harrow History

The Harrow has welcomed visitors for over four centuries and still to this day retains many of its orginal features, such as its flint face and open wood burner. Originally in its place stood two cottages with a horse trough but over the centuries many changes have been made including the restaurant area which was converted from an previously standing outhouse.

The Harrow Inn also has close historical links with WWII. There is a map within the pub that shows that during the war the Home Guard actually used the Harrow as their HQ!

The Harrow is situated at the top of the hill and is known to be the second highest pub in Surrey. It stands very near to Pilgrims Way which is in its own a very historical walk way after being used for thousands of years by many civilizations. This closely linked historical path is one of the reasons why so many people walk the North Downs route and stopping by the Harrow seems to only add to the experience.

Contact Us

01883 343 260

 

enquiries@harrowcaterham.co.uk

 

Monday - Thursday 12:00 - 23:00
Friday - Saturday 12:00 - 00:00
Sunday 12:00 - 22:30