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Welcome to the Greyhound, 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 traditional pub setting with a stylish twist and enjoy the best Sunday Roast in Surrey.

Famous not only for serving the best food and drink in Surrey, our pub, restaurant & hotel still keeps its original 16th century building.  Not only did this have an underground tunnel in which Anne Boleyn frequently used, but also birthed the Epsom Derby, with the Earl of Derby planning the horse race from one of our cosy corners, and even etched his plans onto one of our pub’s glass panels.

Ideally located moments 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.

For those planning their Christmas party, then look no further than one of our fabulous event spaces.  Whether your group is large or small, you’re spoilt for choice with our sophisticated Swan Room, delightful Dining Room or cosy Cellar – all equipped with enticing feast menus and enviable drinks lists.

Christmas with a sparkle

From champagne receptions to festive feasts, Christmas time with us is as sparkly as the lights on your tree. We have an Events Manager on hand to take the stress out of Christmas party planning.

Explore Surrey AONB

We are SO fortunate to be just a 30 minute train ride from Central London and a short car journey away from 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!).