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The ancient village of Churt can be found about 6 miles from it‚s nearest railway stations at Haslemere and Farnham, on the A287 to Hindhead and the A3 main road between London and Portsmouth. The villagers are a tight traditional community which adds character to the already appealing medieval timber framed houses and small 19th century stone church. Churt has three pubs, one of which is idyllically situated on the shore of the largest of the Frensham Ponds, just round the corner from the sailing club. On the opposite shore is a sheltered sandy beach with a car park making this area ideal for family picnics. Churt is surrounded by some of the best horse riding countryside in Surrey, so don‚t be surprised to encounter many famous riders whilst out walking. The nearby three small wooded hills of the Devil‚s Jumps tend to be fairly free of horses so best for dog owners and horse-phobic walkers. Be careful driving round Churt as this is a very rural farming area and often the narrow winding roads are muddy and rutted or blocked with cattle or tractors. Frensham Common is a wonderful place to ride horses, with five square miles of a mixture of heather-covered scrubland and woodland surrounding the two lakes - Frensham Big Pond and Little Frensham Pond. Cairns dotted along the top of the haunted and panoramic King‚s Ridge, in the centre of the common remind that man lived here in pre-historic times. The common‚s network of sandy bridle paths through woodland and heathland are ideal for hacking along any time of year plus cross country fences have been erected alongside many of the bridle paths to make hacking more interesting for the experienced horse rider. Many equestrian centres offer escorted rides round the common for visitors without their own horses.

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Crossways Inn

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Pipasha Restaurant

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St John’s C of E Infant School

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Dering Arms (1.95 miles)

Dering Arms
The Dering Arms is a seafood restaurant situated with a guest house offering two ensuite rooms and one standard room with a shared bathroom. It is a an old hunting lodge and is now the ... More | visit website
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Bethersden - The Old Barn (2.87 miles)

Bethersden - The Old Barn

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Situated in the heart of the darling buds of May country, where a warm welcome awaits you at our 18th century listed Barn set in ... More

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The Old Barn at Bethersden (2.87 miles)

The Old Barn at Bethersden
Stay and enjoy bed and breakfast in a converted 18th century listed Kentish Barn with exposed beamed bedrooms and mouth watering breakfasts. The Old Barn is situated in the heart of the "Darling buds of ... More | visit website
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Elvey Farm Restaurant (3.26 miles)

Elvey Farm Restaurant
Our restaurant is open to residents and non-residents, and is, we hope, totally unique. We specialise in old Kentish cuisine, and we've resurrected some amazing dishes that haven't been served in the county for years. Kent ... More | visit website
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Woodland B&B (3.37 miles)

Woodland B&B

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Set in woodland there are wild flowers of primrose Blue bells Fox glove and array of bird life with resident bunnies on the lawn. In easy reach of Ashford International ... More

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Premier Inn Ashford North (3.69 miles)

Premier Inn Ashford North
Located 4 miles (6.4 km) from Eurostar Ashford, this Premier Inn is northwest of Ashford town centre and has an on-site Beefeater restaurant. A convenient place to stay, Premier Inn Ashford North is near to the ... More | visit website
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Holiday Inn North A20 Ashford (3.76 miles)

Holiday Inn North A20 Ashford

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This recently refurbished, friendly hotel with spacious accommodation rests in a peaceful country location. The hotel is easily accessible and convenient for the Eurostar, Eurotunnel and the Channel ports of Dover and ... More
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Ryemore Guest House (3.82 miles)

Ryemore Guest House

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An ideal base from which to explore the area’s natural beauty and historic sites, this small guest house is ideally located within easy reach of junction 9 of the M20 and ... More

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Hopes Grove Cottage (3.92 miles)

Hopes Grove Cottage

Mike and Brenda Harrison welcome you to their lovingly restored Grade II Listed Cottage, parts of which date back to the 17th Century.

Among the many features within their home are a wealth of oak beams ... More | visit website

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Ashford International Hotel (3.98 miles)

Ashford International Hotel
The Ashford International Hotel is just minutes from the M20 and the Eurostar connection. Air-conditioned rooms have flat-screen TVs, and the hotel also boasts a restaurant, pool and hot tub. The modern large rooms at the ... More | visit website

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