The Running Horse, is one of the oldest buildings and public houses in Leatherhead, Surrey, being built on land owned by the church. It has a characteristic interior, with oak beams and a real fireplace. Situated next to Leatherhead bridge and the river Mole, it is very popular with walkers. Offering six real ales, it is no surprise to see that it is a Cask Marque pub, with homemade and locally sourced food served at lunch and dinner. It is currently one of CAMRAs pubs of the year for Surrey. Three roasts are available every Sunday.