THE STORY OF The Drummond

Dating back to the 1800s, the Drummond is one of Guildford’s well-established watering holes and was originally named after the character ‘Bulldog Drummond’, created by British author Sapper in the 1920s.

With traditional wood-panelled interior and contemporary decor, The Drummond’s best kept secret is its inviting beer garden – offering ample seating, cosy wooden booths and barbecue facilities, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of something special on a sunny day – or even during the chillier months, with outdoor heating at the ready for when the weather is a little more Britain than Bahamas.

Close to Guildford station and ideally located for pre-or post-cricket match refreshment, The Drummond offers a spacious yet cosy interior and street-side outdoor seating at the front – perfect for watching the wold go by.

Dog-friendly and attracting a broad clientele, this welcoming pub reflects the friendly vibe of Guildford town and holds the authenticity of a true British local at its heart.