Dunsfold Tennis Club is a friendly members club in the heart of the village. The Club is affiliated to the LTA, has two hard courts and a member’s clubhouse. We welcome players of all standards and offer coaching to those who want to improve their game, as well as running in-house tournaments and tournaments against other clubs, for members who want to play more competitively.
If you’re already a member of another club that uses the KGV (such as the Dunsfold Football or Tennis Clubs), your subscription will automatically make you a member of the KGV Social Club – so you can go along to their bar and drink!
Located at the King George V playing fields and social club is the village playground. Offering a variety of outside activities for children in a safe, fenced area and with plenty of space for running around.
ST MARY & ALL SAINTS CHURCH Dunsfold
William Morris called St Mary and All Saints, Dunsfold “The most beautiful country church in all England”.
Dunsfold Church is a complete 13th Century building situated in an idyllic rural setting a few minutes drive from the village centre.
It is sited above a tributary of the River Arun with the Holy Well close by, the water of which is used for Baptisms. It also has a reputation for miraculous cures for eye diseases.
The village car park is conveniently situated midway along Dunsfold Common Road and opposite Binhams Meadow. From here the Winn Hall, the Shop and the Sun Inn are only a short walk away.
WINN HALL Dunsfold
In the heart of the delightful Surrey village of Dunsfold and close to the Sun Inn, the village shop (with post office) and the cricket ground the Winn Hall is an ideal country location for:Stage shows
Dunsfold Village Shop sits at the heart of the beautiful Surrey village of Dunsfold. Being right in the middle of the village, means that it is the focal point of village life.
The Shop not only offers a wide range of products and services but also has a Post Office where you can do your banking, withdraw cash, send letters and parcels, pay your utility bills, tax your car or even buy your foreign currenc.
Is an elegant Grade II listed 18th century pub on the village common overlooking the village cricket pitch and village common. The licensees, Chris and Von Lindesay. They aim to provide the friendly old-fashioned atmosphere of a village local with open log fires in winter and an excellent range of beer, lager, wines and a varied menu.
The Pub has extensive alfresco drinking and dining facilities with picnic tables on the common and a part paved, part lawn beer garden.