Blacksmith's ArmsCudham Lane South
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The Blacksmith's Arms is a historic and picturesque pub located on high ground amid beautiful countryside. It also has a delightful garden reflecting the landlady's enthusiasm and is the only pub in the National Gardens Scheme 2015 Yellow Book. Dogs are welcome in the bar area. In recent years there has been an annual festival of performing arts. The pub's website details the history of the building which stretches back to 1628 when a farm house and stables were erected. It became an alehouse in 1729 and was owned by a blacksmith's family business. The pub can be easily reached using the R5/R10 bus service but the service is infrequent so checking the timetable is recommended.