Warwick Wold is a hamlet immediately southeast of the M25 motorway/M23 motorway interchange and separated by a green buffer from Bletchingley by Lower Pendell Farm, which holds in one of its fields ruins of a Roman house, Lake Farm and Brewer Street Farm.[5]

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Bletchingley (historically "Blechingley") is a village in Surrey, England. It is on the A25 road to the east of Redhill and to the west of Godstone, has a conservation area with medieval buildings and is mostly on a wide escarpment of the Greensand Ridge, which is followed by the Greensand Way.

We are a stones throw away from the M25 junction 6 and convenient for Gatwick Airport. Our promise is to serve real food and real ale, with passion in a traditional, stylish and relaxed environment. All our food is sourced locally and freshly prepared by our chefs.

With Greensand Ridge and beautiful woodland nearby, how about a post walk lunch with our planned ifootpath route… and don’t forget doggies are welcome in the bar!

In 1225 there is mention of Bletchingley as a borough. In the Middle Ages a borough was created by either the King or a Lord as a potentially profitable element in the development of their estates.

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Directly opposite the main road is George Holman's 1624-built larger Pendell Court,[7] built of red brick with stone mullioned windows and tiled roof, marble fireplaces and woodwork,[8] and now used as the main building of a private school, [www.hawthorns.com/ The Hawthorns Preparatory School (ages 2–13)].

Backing on to the school along the same partly paved street is a 16th-century house, brown-brick clad, timber framed, refronted in those bricks and extended in the 18th century, with Grade II* listing, known as the Manor House.[9] Above this is a stone coped parapet partially obscuring a plain tiled roof with stone coped gables.[9]

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The proportion of households in the civil parish who owned their home outright compares to the regional average of 35.1%. The proportion who owned their home with a loan compares to the regional average of 32.5%. The remaining % is made up of rented dwellings (plus a negligible % of households living rent-free).

St Mary the Virgin Church is just north of the crossroads of the village. Four of the monuments in the churchyard are listed at Grade II, all of them tombs. The reasons for its Grade I listing[1] are:

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The average level of accommodation in the region composed of detached houses was 28%, the average that was apartments was 22.6%.

Brewerstreet Farm is a Grade I listed building house, part 15th century, part Tudor; alterations and extension in 1850; further restoration in the 20th century. Close stud timber framed on a brick plinth with rendered infill, the roof is hipped of Horsham stone, with three symmetrically chimney stacks. A former medieval hall house, it has gabled end cross wings with jettied first floors, curly bargeboards and moulded dragon posts to stairwell corners.[12]

All our food is freshly prepared and cooked to order. Our Chef is passionate about traditional pub food with the best in quality and flavour.  Reservations recommended.

Click on the link to see how the Whyte Harte Hotel used to use the Inglenook fireplace.

The village lay within the Anglo-Saxon administrative division of Tandridge hundred.

There is also a parish council with 9 members.[15]

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We were recommended by someone in a meeting that this was a place for good food and atmosphere. How right they were, good food, huge portions, fair prices. They staff must have been hand picked as the staff (girls) were stunning, helpful, polite and extremely friendly.

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The settlement appears in the Domesday Book as Blachingelei. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides; 14 ploughs, 17 acres (69,000 m2) of meadow, woodland worth 58 hogs. Also 7 houses in London and Southwark. It rendered (in total): £15 13s 4d.[3]

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Since our purchase and refurbishment of the pub in 2014 we are delighted with our great new look pub and feel proud to be part of the Bletchingley community. We are able to offer something to suit all ages, from bar snacks and a pint, to a 3 course slap up meal to a private dining room with TV for major sporting events, meetings and celebrations.

I visited this pub recently with family and as usual it was lovely. Great, attentive staff, beautiful food (especially the calamari) and a lovely selection of wines. We will be heading back again soon!

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Bletchingley is architecturally and topologically distinct: the central part of the village is a conservation area with several buildings timber-framed from the late Middle Ages and the village is set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The Greensand Way runs fairly centrally through the parish, immediately south of the main village street which is part of the A25 road.

Located in the beautiful village of Betchingley The Red Lion has become a very popular destination pub and eating house. The pub is open all day every day

On Friday 12th August we had our fantastic Gary Barlow tribute act back for another evening of fun. He is

You can find us just off the A25 in the lovely village of Bletchingley. Follow this link to Google Maps to plan your journey.