The Prince of Wales, Reigate

The Prince of Wales

An attractive 1850s pub, situated close to the railway station in Reigate, the Prince of Wales is a traditional town pub that attracts a loyal group of regulars including office workers and commuters.

Once owned by British Rail, the building was used in the 19th century to house railway workers while the garden, which backs onto the line, was used as a loading area for cattle bought and sold at Reigate market.

Today the pub is welcoming and comfortable with an open fire for cold winter days and a covered and heated garden area. The pub offers bed and breakfast with four en-suite rooms, a wide-screen TV and has parking for 18 cars.

There is entertainment on Saturdays supplied by a variety of bands, playing all styles of music.
Lunchtime meals are available from Monday to Friday between noon and 2pm.