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Here’s the low-down on where is good to go, making the most of Guilldford’s nightlife before too soon your only nightlife is revising in the library!
The Britannia (Millmead)
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www.shepherdneame.co.uk/pubs/guildford/britannia | @ShepherdNeame
This pub is located within walking distance to Guildford high street. The Britannia has a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and serves great pub food. On Thursday nights the pub hosts live music session, with a variety of local bands and musicians.
The Tup (Chertsey Street)
The Tup serve all the pub classic meals we all love and is also home to Guildford’s largest beer garden. The pub also has live music regularly such as local acoustic artists and live bands. The Tup is also great for any sports fans, with three Sky boxes and eight plasma TVs – meaning they can even show different games at the same time!
The White House (High Street)
www.whitehouseguildford.co.uk | @WhiteHouseGford
Located at the bottom of the High Street, this pub is perfect place to enjoy lovely views of the River Wey as you relax over a nice drink with a few friends or enjoy a home-cooked meal and chill in a warm, friendly atmosphere.
The Royal Oak (Trinity Churchyard)
This pub is located next to the Trinity Churchyard in Guildford and is a very traditional British pub. There is a very welcoming and friendly service and the food is completely home-made from fresh produce and the beer – well, it’s as real beer should be!
The King’s Head (Quarry Street)
Guildford’s oldest and most haunted pub! Check out this lively town centre pub offering great home cooked food, a diverse range of drinks and an outside seating area. There is also a pub quiz on Monday nights.
The Three Pigeons (High Street)
Traditional pub situated on the top of Guildford’s high street. Also has a pub quiz on Thursday nights.
The Star (Quarry Street)
www.shepherdneame.co.uk/pubs/guildford/star-inn | @StarBackroom
This pub is the longest-running live music venue in the area. This 16th century pub is split over three levels and has been refurbished to the highest standards whilst still maintainign many historic features.
www.theweyside.co.uk | @Weyside
Stunning pub on the banks of the River Wey and right near the high street. Great pub food menu inclusing sharing platters, season specials and of course the classics like burgers and beer battered haddock. The setting of this pub by the riverside is perfect for enjoying a drink in the sunshide or hidden away from rain, and looking out at the constant stream of narrow boats and kayaks passing along the river.