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The Great British Staycation

Escape the ordinary and retreat with us this Summer.

Enjoy a two night stay including breakfast, complimentary Warner’s G&Ts on arrival and two course meal two from just £230 for two adults.

Available from 1st April – 31st August. Subject to availability. (Unavailable 28th June – 11th July)

Welcome to the Greyhound Hotel, Carshalton

Our Grade II listed hotel is steeped in local heritage, being associated with Anne Boleyn, and provides the perfect cohesion of Surrey countryside and London life.  With lovely views over the Carshalton Ponds and a lively outside terrace, pop in and relax in a traditional pub setting with a stylish twist whilst enjoying the best Sunday Roast in Surrey.

Ideally located a few minutes from Carshalton Train Station, you’ll be just 30 minutes from Central London or Gatwick Airport.  Our on-site car parking makes the hotel the perfect base for your next business trip or staycation to take in our neighbours Epsom Downs and Box Hill.

Today's Weather Clear

Our Covered Garden

We’ve got big news! Our pub garden is now covered & heated with our stunning marquee, it’s perfect to protect you from the typical British weather this winter.

Our covered garden tables are perfect for outdoor dining in the heart of Carshalton as you delve into our delicious heart-warming winter dishes with friends and loved ones, accompanied by a warm glass of mulled wine.

The Gift of the Pub

The year of 2021 is all about supporting your local and standing with your community. Support your local by giving someone the gift of the pub.

Explore Surrey

We are incredibly fortunate to be just a 30 minute train ride from Central London and a short car journey away from idyllic rolling Surrey hills and the beautiful English countryside. Our village pub, walking distance from Carshalton Ponds, Train Station and Beaches, is steeped in as much fascinating history as our surrounding area (we even had something invented in a cosy corner of our pub!).