Located on the edge of Banstead Heath in Mogador, the core of its building dates to the days of King Henry VIII when it was a hunting lodge on the lands of Nonsuch Palace. As a Public House, it has for well over 100 years been an integral part of the village and was for many years the only ‘Ale-house’ gaining its wine licence in the 1920s. Today it is a fine country pub with roaring open fires, extensive gardens, and outside space serving a wide range of refreshments and fine food. Let’s not forget the Hut @KT20, located in the beer garden you can get a delicious breakfast roll, cakes, tea, and coffee. With direct access to Banstead Heath, yes, you can still tether your horse outside.
For further information, please visit www.thesportsmanmogador.com/
In addition to our exceptional Public Houses, Lower Kingswood is fortunate to have two excellent social clubs.
Lower Kingswood Social Club
Situated in Buckland Road, this CIU affiliated club has two bars and many other facilities and regularly hold live music events.
Further information can be found via www.facebook.com/lksocialclub/
Kingswood Village Club
Situated on the Northbound carriageway of Brighton Road (A217), this former reading room has been a Social Club since the 1950s. It has a selection of bars and function rooms and hosts a wide selection of events.
For further information, please visit /www.kingswoodvillageclub.com/