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Sunday lunch with play area

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smilesandsun Wed 01-May-13 13:26:14

Hi Looking for suggestions for a good sunday lunch with a play area.

Would love to hear you favourite places


bookluva Sat 11-May-13 12:07:57

The dog and Duck in Outwood is nice on a sunny day. The play area is just a slide, however...

Banter Sat 11-May-13 16:09:32

My suggestions are

1) Polesden Lacey estate www.nationaltrust.org.uk/polesden-lacey/eating-and-shopping/restaurant/ which has good "home" cooking using local produce and a courtyard setting, with plenty to amuse the children during the morning and/or afternoon.

2) www.thecricketersdownside.co.uk/ The Cricketers in Downside is also lovely on a sunny Sunday as it opens onto the common, which has play areas for older and younger children within sight of the outdoor tables.

Notnigella34 Sun 12-May-13 07:24:52

Merry Harriers at Hambledon, great garden with play area and Llamas in the field next door!

TerrysNo2 Wed 15-May-13 23:08:52

If the weather is nice The Black Swan in Ockham is fab, they have a small enclosed playground, giant Jenga, other outside toys, swinging chairs and they used to get giant beanbags out too. They also have a BBQ outside as well as a lovely inside menu. Its not cheap but it is lovely.

Great inside too on a cold day.

Banter Thu 16-May-13 00:10:41

Seconded. Oh how that's changed since its starring role as the inside of the Slaughtered Lamb from American Werewolf in London www.british-film-locations.com/scene-2t/American-Werewolf-In-London-1981! The woods between it and the A3 were the ones that David runs through in one of his first nights as a werewolf

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