There’s parking behind the pub, just cross the little bridge over the stream.
Albury is a charming village in the borough of Guildford in Surrey, about 4 miles south-east of Guildford town centre. The village is within the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Albury is ideal as a base for visiting both the local area and the historic town of Guildford. Albury itself has many walking routes as well as local wonders such as;
In 2014, founders Ian McCulloch and James Shelbourne met in their local pub (where else?) and discussed the idea of setting up small, local distillery. Taking their inspiration from Scottish whisky distilleries, the two friends started out with a grand vision of making a truly sustainable distillery next to a fresh water source, producing handcrafted, artisan spirits using locally sourced ingredients. Find out more here.
Albury is a family-run vineyard, with Nick’s daughter Lucy now part of the team and granddaughter Poppy a regular visitor (if only to visit the bee-hives and sneak a taste of the honey!) Find out more here.
The Estate offers high quality fly fishing with four tranquil lakes in Albury in the Surrey Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty, close to Guildford. Find out more here.
On the train
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Check out our events page to see what’s happening at the pub.