Shepherd's Hut (1 at Lockhurst Hatch Farm Glamping)
- Comfortable double bed topped with memory foam mattress
- Wood-burning stove, complete with a healthy stack of logs
- Built by craftsmen in Dorset using oak, spruce and Douglas fir
The Owner Says
A delicious Farmhouse breakfast will be delivered to your doorstep in the morning, at a time of your choosing. Options include cheeses, cold meats, home-made bread, yoghurt, granola... There may well be enough left for lunch, if you're walking or cycling and want to take some with you!
About Lockhurst Hatch Farm Glamping
Glamping only. The shepherd's hut sleeps two people in a double bed.
Ramblers can pick up the North Downs Way for some splendid walking, while cyclists can take on the challenging Surrey Hills. Down a gap carved by the River Wey, amongst the slopes lies Guildford (8 miles) with its enormous cathedral (01483 547860), a Norman Castle (01483 444751) and a pleasant high street. On the way, a detour into Shere is well worth your time, a picture-perfect place to stop for a drink in one of its numerous charming pubs. To the west Compton plays host to the Watts Gallery (01483 810235), a remarkable space for the works of prolific Victorian painter and sculptor George Frederic Watts. Those on the hunt for history and culture will enjoy the National Trust properties Polesdon Lacey (01372 452048) and Clandon Park (01483 222482), while privately owned Busbridge Lakes (01483 421955) matches both in size, history and grandeur.
Food & Drink
Gill and Peter deliver a delicious farmhouse breakfast to your doorstep in the morning, at a time of your choosing. Breakfast can be chosen from the menu which includes, cheeses, cold meats, home-made bread, yoghurt, granola and more. There is often enough left for your lunch if you are walking or cycling and want to take some with you. Those eating out should head north to the villages of Shere and Gomshall, a couple of miles away. Gomshall Mill (01483 203060) is a timber-framed mill dating from Medieval times, and inside this characterful space good food is served at reasonable prices. Similarly atmospheric is the 1920′s Hurtwood Inn, with a contemporary bar serving traditional ales. For finer dining, Kinghams (01483 202168) restaurant was opened in 1993 by chef proprietor Paul Baker and now features in all major guides – booking is therefore essential. Other local favourites that have to be mentioned are the recently renovated William Bray (01483 202044), 15th century timber framed The White Horse (01483 202518), which has featured in several films, and the wonderfully local William IV (01483 202685), with low chunky beams and roaring log fires in winter.
Site ReviewsAdd Your Review
Rated ★★★★★ over 7 reviews
Magical location, snug, warm and cosy
Peaceful, isolated and beautifully serene.
Peaceful, serene and isolated.
Lockhurst Hatch Farm Glamping is located at Lockhurst Hatch Farm, Lockhurst Hatch Lane, Shere, Surrey GU5 9JN