Welcome to the Alfred in Farnham
Situated in the heart of the community, the Alfred Free House has been run by Mark and Fiona Curran and family since 2008, and is now the last remaining pub in Upper Hale, Farnham.
The Alfred is a pub that offers a warm and friendly atmosphere and welcomes a loyal local crowd, as well as always being thrilled to see new faces. With an ever changing, beer list, excellent homemade food, and a busy events calendar, the Alfred truly is a traditional local pub.
Built in the 1850’s when the army came to Aldershot, this brew-house was originally named the Prince Alfred after Queen Victoria’s second son who had accompanied her on a visit to Farnham Castle in 1857. Serving beer, cheese, bread and minerals, and with 6 horse stables, it was a venture for the local labouring class.
However, things have moved on a bit since then, so why not keep up to date by visiting our blog, Facebook and Twitter pages!
The Alfred is run by a family of ‘Pub People’ and for this reason we work hard to preserve the ideals of the Great British pub. It is a profession that we enjoy and take pride in, so we hope to see you down the pub soon!
Our opening times may vary on public holidays or special events throughout the year.