Situated in Betchworth, Surrey, The Arkle Manor offers stylish furnishings, delicious, varied menus, and a vibrant atmosphere.
Offering the perfect destination to enjoy a celebratory meal with your nearest and dearest, an impromptu lunch with a co-worker, or a light bite with friends in the sunshine, The Arkle Manor boasts an extensive range of dishes prepared using the finest and freshest, locally sourced ingredients.
With its stylish interiors, unique dining space, and delightful beer garden, this welcoming pub, bar, and restaurant is a great place for the entire family to catch up, re-group, and spend some much needed quality time together.
And, with a menu that boasts classic dishes such as roasted pork belly and seared scallops and beer battered fish and chips, through to scrumptious desserts such as sticky toffee pudding, you are sure to leave full to the brim and thoroughly satisfied.
Car parking is available and there is also free Wi-Fi.
Situated close to Dorking and Reigate, in the village of Betchworth, The Arkle Manor is easily accessible, whether you’re travelling by car, public transport, or on foot.
If you’re travelling by car, we’re conveniently located on the A25 (Reigate Road).
In terms of public transport, the closest train station is Betchworth, which is a three minute drive from The Arkle Manor. There are also plenty of bus routes running in and around the area.
Located in the leafy village of Betchworth in Surrey, The Arkle Manor is surrounded by glorious countryside – making our pub, bar, and restaurant the perfect stop off point for walkers looking for a refreshing pint or light bite.
From the family friendly Bocketts Farm, England’s largest vineyard Denbies Wine Estate, and the Hannah Pescher Sculpture Garden, through to Lowfield Heath Windmill, Priory Park, and Leith Hill, there’s an abundance of things to see, do, and experience in the area – once you’ve enjoyed a delicious lunch at The Arkle Manor, of course.
There are also plenty of other villages and towns close by to explore, including Leatherhead, Buckland, Meadly, and The Abingers.
Just down the road in Dorking, you’ll find an abundance of arts and crafts shops, boutiques, art galleries, and jewellers, alongside eclectic vintage shops and intriguing antiques centres, as well as the Dorking Museum.
Chessington World of Adventures is also close by – so when you’ve worked up a healthy appetite enjoying plenty of adrenaline-fuelled fun, why not pop into The Arkle Manor to refuel and reflect on your day.