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Folklore depicts that the original core of this wonderful building was a hunting lodge for Henry VIII, dated around 1532.
Surrounded by heathland, The Sportsman is renowned for dog walkers, ramblers (some seeking out the historic coal marker posts on the boundary of the heather fringed Walton Heath Golf Course), horse riders, runners, cyclists and family gatherings. It’s also a stopping point on the path of a traditional Derby Day walk through to the Epsom course.
With both bar and restaurant dining, the scenic frontage and extensive side gardens create a happy and jovial atmosphere for all ‘walks of life’. Seemingly, what ever the weather!