A rural gem nestled away in attractive countryside down a narrow lane, yet surprisingly not far from the M25 and the towns of Reigate and Coulsdon. The building dates from at least the 16th century and is Grade II listed. Look out for the ghost of Harry the monk. In the garden is St Margaret’s Well or Mag’s Well which is reputedly mentioned in the Domesday Book, and gives the area its name. There are two bars and a restaurant, each with its own log fire, and a conservatory at the rear. The main bar has many tankards hanging from the beams. Food is served 12-9 Monday to Saturday and 12-7 Sunday. One of the two guest beers will usually be from Hogs Back. Families are welcome and high chairs are available. Tuesday is quiz night and there is very occasional live music. Dogs are welcome in the two bars and most of the garden area and the pub is on the Millennium Trail. Free WiFi is available and there is a dart board and some games are available in the snug bar to the left bar.