Pasturewood Road, Holmbury st Mary
Dorking. Surrey. RH5 6LG
Tel: 01306 731871
in the Heart of the Surrey Hills
Set in the centre of Holmbury St Mary, the heart of the Surrey Hills.
The three surrey peaks, Leith Hill, Holmbury Hill and Pitch Hill are all on our doorstep.
We are third generation at the farm which was once the home farm for Feldemore (now Belmont School) producing produce from the garden. The canadians' requistioned Feldemore during the war, we still have an original 'nissan' hut that they used. Later the farm was home of a Jersey herd of cows which were held in the main courtyard in readiness for milking twice a day.
The victorian farm buildings around the courtyard were converted to provide accommodation in the early 1980's when my parents diversified from farming.
A large lawned area directly behind the accommodation with views over our paddocks. Patio tables and chairs available in the summer.
THINGS TO DO
Being in the heart of the Surrey Hills, 15 minutes from Dorking town centre we have an abundance of Woodland with miles of mountain bike trails on our doorstep. We are Located in the middle of Leith Hill, Pitch Hill and Holmbury Hill.
We are also directly on the 2012 Olympic Cycle route which has more lately been used for the annual Prudentialride 100 Cycle event. The famous 'Surrey Climbs', Newlands Corner, Leith Hill and Boxhill are all very close.
If Cycling is not your thing, enjoy the outdoor space on foot walking the area; the Greensand Way can be accessed directly from our back gate, again Leith Hill Tower; the highest summit in the south of England with views to Canary Wharf and the South Coast is just 45 minutes walk.
Alternatively take a short drive and to visit one of the many Gardens and National Trust properties; Whisley RHS Gardens, Borde Hill Gardens, Leonardslea Gardens.
Polesden Lacy NT, Leith Hill House NT, Petworth House NT, Parham Park to name a few.
Denbies Vineyard, Silent Pool Gin are both a short distance away as well.
Bulmer Farm Holmbury St. Mary in England
Bulmer Farm is located in a quiet small village with a lovely church and several pubs. We always use the self catering unit which is good for longer stays. We have gone there 11 years in a row. It has a small kitchen, living dining area and a bedroom. There are facilities to wash and dry clothes. We can eat breakfast before we go out to sight see or visit family and cook meals in the evening if we don't want to eat out. The roads around there are scenic and it is 6 miles to a larger town where we can shop and buy groceries.