Set in the heart of Weybridge and helpfully beside the mainline prepare station, with private stopping.
The Hand and Spear is a most loved pub with local people. Open throughout the day consistently offering everything from a half quart of genuine beer to art mixed drinks, an unwinding early lunch to a full supper. Sustenance highlights intensely at The Hand and Spear – we just source the best deliver for our regular British menu
With 12 separately planned boutique rooms you have an extremely uncommon place that you won’t have any desire to clear out.
On the off chance that you are searching for a setting to praise an uncommon event or host a corporate occasion then look no further – we are notable as the ideal place to celebrate.
The Hand and Spear was built in 1830 by Lord King, Baron of Ockham. He called it the “Hand and Spear” from his family peak which demonstrates a hand getting a handle on a lance! Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson remained here, at the Hand and Spear lodging, while redressing confirmations of his exemplary nineteenth century novel, Treasure Island and the popular “Bentley Boys” dinned here in the wake of dashing at Brooklands engine course from 1919-1931.
The Hand and Spear invites everyone for all events whether you’re in for the week after week test or part of the clamoring after work swarm. Relax in the library, unwind on the decking in our mystery plant, meet companions in the parlor or simply hang out at the bar.
Behind the bar we offer an extensive variety of wines and bubbly, Craft mixed drinks, a painstakingly chose scope of sodas and a brew range that components the absolute best of Young’s lagers, your most loved ales nearby some incredible specialty lagers.