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The King William IV, Mickleham - pub details

King William IV

Address: Byttom Hill, Mickleham, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6EL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4136) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Boxhill & Westhumble (1.4 miles), Leatherhead (2.1 miles), Dorking (2.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Running Horses, Mickleham (0.4 miles), Stepping Stones, Westhumble (1.3 miles), Edmund Tylney, Leatherhead (1.6 miles), Running Horse, Leatherhead (1.7 miles), Dukes Head, Leatherhead (1.7 miles) - see more nearby pubs


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Henry - As a 'punter' very much in this neck of the woods (thought my username was a bit of a give away tbh) I am well aware of where my pennies are. Both pubs are very good but the King Will had a decided dip in form in the past with unreliable opening times, poor beer etc, but is back as good as ever. I have no axe to grind over either pub as they offer a different experience but the RH is the current GBG Surrey food pub of the year - and both will remain past, present and future recipients of my pennies. You are dead right about the views and the garden is now much improved - but where is that cable car!
fetchman - 25 Sep 2013 18:25
The King Willy had an entry in the Michelin Guide and were charging much less than the Running Horses for higher quality food along with views to die for. There was plenty of anxiety from the Running Horses camp Fetchman during the credit crunch I can assure you. If only because it showed them up for charging over the top especially when times when were tight. The punters in this neck of the woods might be affluent but they keep an eye on the pennies.
henry008 - 22 Sep 2013 19:25
I'm working locally and stay at the Running Horses, but eat and drink at both the Running Horses and The King William IV. I count myself lucky to have both establishments available and within walking/staggering distance of each other!
Both do good food, both sell good beer. Staff in both are very friendly. But whilst the weather is warm and fine, then I would opt for the KWIV as a pleasanter venue for sitting outside.
BobH - 2 Aug 2013 10:20
A number of improvements have been made since my previous review. Food is now served more hours of the day, and more days of the week. There are more real ales on, they're in better condition, and the staff are more willing to engage in conversation with the customers. I'd loved the pub anyway - but think it's even better now.
Trev - 12 Jul 2013 09:23
After a long absence, came here for dinner on Saturday night - Had a very good meal and drinks and the garden is as good as ever - especially at this time of year. Was very busy and some of the organisation was a little lacking but all in all a good evening was had by all. As for the Running Horses down the road having a vendetta against the place - I would say they do quite well with or without the King Will so doubt if they would post on BITE to sabotage the competition. P.S Any chance of a cable car or escalator being installed in the future?
fetchman - 11 Jul 2013 14:56

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