7.8miles 12.5 km
This walk part-follows the Greensand Way and the River Mole through the picturesque villages of Brockham, Betchworth and Skimmington. The church in Betchworth dates from 1080. More importantly, it was used as a location in Four Weddings and a Funeral. There's bit of a climb near the end of the walk, then down you go, down, down, down, to the grounds of Reigate Priory.
Trains: Get the 10:10 Dorking Train from Victoria (Clapham Jct 1018) arr. Dorking Main 1109.
Return at xx:29 from Reigate (direction Gatwick Airport) changing at Redhill for Victoria.
A return to "Dorking stations" covers.
The suggested pub is the Dolphin Inn in Betchworth 01737 842288 phoning advised.
The Royal Oak in Brockham is an earlier choice, the Skimmington Castle on Reigate Heath a later one.
First up, there's a cafe in Priory Park.
The Vintage Tea House (now the Tea House ) 17 Church Street 01737 226561 is "open 7 days a week closed Sundays" according to their website. If they are closed, the nearby Cafe Rouge at 1 Church Street 01737 223700 is open all day.
There will be other places too.