As part of a family that is passionate about the authentic pub experience, we believe that being part of the local community is key to achieving this.

That’s why we like to support the local community; helping to promote and support local events, fundraising for local charities and building relationships with fellow groups, teams and businesses in the area…

Local Food and Drink

We are dedicated to sourcing from British farmers and producers and using only sustainable ingredients, so we work hard to build great working relationships with our suppliers, from the gin in our G&Ts and the perfectly cooked steak on your plate, to the oil in your salad and the ice cream to satisfy your sweet tooth.

We are also proud members of Surrey Hills, further championing local ingredients and working together with the county to promote local ingredients and fantastic talent this county has to offer.

Local Charity

Here at The Duke of Cambridge we are proud supporters of Cherry Trees, helping raise funds for the important work that they do with our CherryFest music festivals and more.

Cherry Trees provides home from home respite care for children and young people with severe learning and physical disabilities. They recognise that these children are best looked after at home but, because of their very special needs, they require very special care, often 24 hours a day, seven days a week. It’s not surprising then that from time to time both they and their families need a break. Cherry Trees is that special place, providing professional care in a safe and loving environment, where every child is valued for who they are.

Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat

Located right next to the Duke of Cambridge is the highly regarded Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat. This is the perfect location for peaceful holidays in Surrey providing you with breath-taking log cabin accommodation surrounded by tranquil countryside and with easy access to the Duke of Cambridge throughout your stay.

This ensures that you won’t have to worry about driving. Have a drink or two and then take the short walk back to your beautiful accommodation which is designed for all seasons featuring under floor heating, double glazing and central heating to ensure a warm and cosy environment at any time of the year.

Tilford Woods is owned by luxury holiday park operator Darwin Escapes who now have 20 resorts across the country. They are renowned for offering quality accommodation and holiday home ownership options at its range of parks in various locations across the country which are a step above those offered by competitors. This is reflected in the pricing, but you are guaranteed of a quality holiday when you stay at a Darwin Escapes resort.

The Duke is hugely popular with guests staying at Tilford Woods with whom we share an ethos for providing the best service possible for our customers.

Local Family Days Out

We are blessed to be surrounded by stunning Surrey countryside, perfect for exploring throughout the summer months, or even with a pair of wellies in the winter. Here are a few of our top pics for days out, whatever the weather…

The Sculpture Park
The world’s largest all year sculpture exhibition with over 300 artists showcasing 600 sculptures, almost everything is for sale and as a result the exhibits are forever changing so there is always something new to discover.
www.thesculpturepark.com

Birdworld
One of the largest bird parks in the country. The 26 acres of landscaped park and gardens is home to over 800 birds and 180 species from around the world. The park also is home to the Underwater World aquarium and the Jenny Wren Farm.
www.birdworld.co.uk

Frensham Little Pond
Frensham Little Pond and common is a sanctuary for both wildlife and people. It’s a great place to unwind and take life at a slower pace. Tranquil pond, wide skies and open views across prickly heathland – just waiting to be explored…
www.nationaltrust.org.uk

Rural Life Centre
Pleasantly distributed over ten acres of field, woodland and barns, their exhibits include a large number of implements and devices marking in excess of 150 years of farming. Many aspects of village and rural life are displayed in realistic individual settings. There is so much to explore!
www.rural-life.org.uk