Monday to Wednesday: 12:00 - 22:00
Thursday - Saturday: 12:00 - 23:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 19:00
Monday to Friday: 12:00 - 15:00 / 18:00 - 21:00
Saturday: 12:00 - 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 18:00
Our patios are not covered and we cannot always guarantee an inside table alternative.
Bookings over 8 people
Please give us a call on 01483 810360 or drop us an email at email@example.com
Bookings over 10 people
Will require a £5 per head non-refundable deposit and a preorder.
All our food is freshly made to order. Our menu has been designed to suit all tastes. We also have a wide range of vegan and vegetarian options, and our dishes can be adapted to suit any dietary requirements!
Many of our dishes are available to take away during kitchen opening hours. Just give us a call on 01483 810360 to book your takeaway.
Please note, as we run a fresh food kitchen, we are unable to guarantee all dishes listed below will be available at all times.
In November 2021 we became a free house and are now serving a fantastic selection of local beers and ciders.
We have 9 draught lines, 6 hand pulls and a wide range of wines, spirits and soft drinks to choose from. Being The Cyder House we of course have a vast range of ciders available to.
We currently have 4 ciders on draught, 2 on hand pull and a range of 16 bottled ciders!
Originally purpose-built as a pub circa 1900, the Cyder House has undergone several changes over the years but remains at the heart of the village. The Cyder House is a beautiful country pub serving delicious home-cooked food made to order. We are family and dog-friendly – we even have a dog station to keep your precious pup happy!
All dogs big and small are welcome at the Cyder House. We have lots of treats, blankets, water bowls and even poo bags to accommodate our four-legged friends.
We have a fantastic children’s menu to suit all tastes. If the weather is nice why not grab a drink and head over to the village playground attached to our beer garden and let them have a run around?
A stone’s throw from the River Wey and the Hogs Back, the Cyder House is an ideal place for walkers and cyclists to start, finish or stop off
for some well-deserved refreshments.
The village of Shackleford is surrounded by woodland, meadows and glorious views in the Surrey Hills to the south of Guildford – an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Shackleford is an ancient settlement, and it was known in the 14th century as an established village and many medieval houses in the area survive to this day. The village includes St. Mary’s Church, built in 1865, and designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and Aldro School, which sits in the grounds of the former Hall Place, across the road from the Cyder House Inn.
The Cyder House Inn is ideally placed on many popular walking routes and is near some great footpaths. So, we’ve created some walking routes of our own for you to try, and with routes from 2 miles to 5 miles there’s a walk for everyone to see a bit more of the village and surrounding area.