The Old House at Home is a timber framed building with some parts that may date back as far as the 14th century. The census of 1851 records four cottages all occupied by a Mr Francis Turner and his wife. Turner was a seller of beer and a carpenter whom by 1855 had ‘Turnered’ the properties into an inn, giving the pub its name, and offering accommodation in two rooms with stabling for 3 horses.From traditional pub classics, to British food with a continental twist, we can bring it all to the table. Steaks, burgers, Scotch Eggs – all the old favourites are in there alongside some unique dishes. Everything is cooked fresh to order & we use some fantastic local suppliers from Dorking Butchery, Conisbee’s of East Horsley & Richard King of Sutton to Chalk Hill Farm Bakery.So why not pop on down to your local & let us feed you?