Situated on the banks of the River Thames, The Kingfisher offers superb views and a relaxed, inviting atmosphere.
The perfect venue for a memorable lunch, dinner, or drink, this pub, bar, and restaurant is perfectly equipped to accommodate all of your dining requirements, no matter what the occasion.
When you step inside The Kingfisher, you’ll be greeted by stylish interiors, a chic bar space, a unique dining area, and a lovely outdoor space that’s perfect for a spot of al fresco dining.
We are a child friendly establishment and offer a dedicated children’s menu that your little ones will love!
If you’re driving, there’s plenty of car parking available.
Located in Chertsey in Surrey, The Kingfisher is approximately 29 miles outside of central London. The area boasts excellent transport links.
If you’re travelling by train, Chertsey and Weybridge stations are both close by, offering links to London and the surrounding area.
Chertsey is close to J11 of the M25, making it easily accessible by road.
The Kingfisher is located on the banks of the River Thames in the town of Chertsey.
The historic town is home to a number of 18th century houses, an attractive medieval tower, a chancel arch, and a seven-arched bridge over the Thames. Once you’ve enjoyed a riverside walk and explored everything the town has to offer, pop into The Kingfisher for a bite to eat and a refreshing drink.
Chertsey also boasts an array of open spaces. Chertsey Meads offers 7175 acres of wildflower meadow, a fantastic children’s play area, and incredible views across the River Thames – perfect for walks and family outings. Just outside the town, St Ann’s Hill, a 57 acre wooded park, offers magnificent views over the area, as well as the remains of an Iron Age hill fort, and even a haunted cottage!
Other attractions in the surrounding area including Thorpe Park, Great Cockcrow Railway, the Chertsey Museum, and Chertsey Abbey.