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The Bulls Head in Ewhurst has been part of village life for many years. We offer everyone a very warm welcome.

The Bulls Head is a pub where you can relax and enjoy a drink and something to eat with family and friends.

We have a comfortable lounge bar with a separate dining area. Our function room, which holds many events during the year is available for hire and houses our skittles alley which provides great entertainment.

You can stay overnight here too. We have five rooms, three with en suite facilities, all available on a bed and breakfast basis.

Whatever your requirements, do pay us a visit – there’s always something going on, themed evening or a quiz night, we would love to see you soon.

Elizabeth and John O’Brien.

A brief history of the Bulls Head.

The original Bulls Head Inn was the old cottage to the right of the Church Lychgate, now called The Old Post Office. The present building was built as The Bulls Head Hotel in 1908. The date can be seen on the rainwater hopper heads on the front of the building.

It is said to have been speculatively built as a 'Railway Hotel' in anticipation of the railway coming through Ewhurst. This may seem odd today, but around the turn of the century several different proposals were made for a line from Dorking to Midhurst, but the plans fell through owing to the opposition of landowners in the Dorking area.

After the First World War the ‘Pals Club’ met there and during the Second World War it was used by the Home Guard.

(image courtsey of Ewhurst History Society)