The Inn West End

42 Guildford Rd, West End, Woking, GU24 9PW Directions

   Open today 09:00 - 23:00

Business overview

Free House, Restaurant and Wine Shop, The Inn @ West End is a delightful roadside pub owned by Gerry and Ann Price since Valentines Day 2000. Fresh food, fine wine and fun all day!

The Inn @ West End is a Free House, restaurant and wine shop which has built up a fantastic reputation, locally and throughout the south of England as a friendly pub serving fresh food, fine wines and helpings of fun, enthusiastically and professionally, seven days a week.

Located just 3 miles from J3 of the M3 on the A322 Guildford direction, The Inn is very easy to find and well worth it for wine and food lovers, business colleagues, friends and family and those who appreciate good ales.

Business customers meet here for coffee, lunch or dinner; game shots dine after shooting at nearby Bisley Shooting Ground; ladies who lunch enjoy healthy eating with their mineral water, spritzer or Champagne and wine lovers delight in our amazing selection of bottles from Portugal, Spain, France, Italy and all over the world.

Our garden is superb for alfresco dining and there is ample parking.


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Products & Services

traditional lunches

sunday lunches

real ales

pub restaurants

Wine Tastings

internet access

home cooked food


Alfresco Dining



The Inn @ West End

Everybody raved about The Inn so we tried it. The food was nice but not overly special for the price that was charged. And the staff was not very friendly. Not what it cracked out to be!
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Excellent food on cold winter's day

Located five minutes from Exit 3 on the M3 Southbound is this excellent pub. Mrs Magellen had cumberland sausages, gravy and mash whilst I chose the gammon, chips, vegetables
and egg. Food was delicious and plentiful. The service was friendly and the proprietor Gerry Price was a commanding presence ensuring that all went smoothly. I was expecially impressed to be offered any sort of coffee I wanted (so rare outside London) and the cappuccino was very tasty.
The Elizabeth Shaw mint was a great touch. The pub has clearly recently been redecorated and must win the prize of having the best pub loos I have ever seen in the UK. Mrs Magellan was a bit disappointed that her tea was not in a teapot and that, on arrival, the teabag was floating in the boiling water. But a minor gripe in a truly super pub luncheon experience. No wonder it was packed with happy punters. About £40 for two. Good for anyone travelling south along the M3 who wants a break just south of London
and who wants to avoid the motorway service areas.
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