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County - Surrey | Map
Tel code: 01306 | code search
Postcode: RH5 | code search
Population: 300
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The Green Rooms Restaurant
"We read some recommendation of the Green Rooms online but were still surprised at how good the food at atmosphere in the pub was. All the staff were really ..." More

The Green Rooms Restaurant
"We were just driving past on our way to Gatwick and stopped in for lunch. Not expecting much we were in for a real surprise! A really lovely pub selling ..." More

Inn on the Green
"In a picturesque part of Surrey, The Inn on the Green is a well-run, multi-faceted establishment: it’s a restaurant, a pub and a B & B. This was our fourth ..." More

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"Ockley is as typically english as villages get. Surrounded by lovely The North Downs and super countryside the focal point is of course the village green. It is ..." More

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Ockley is a small village that dates back centuries, close to the Sussex/Surrey border and is surrounded by countryside and the picturesque North Downs. Home to 850 people and the largest Village Green in England, where the peppering of historic houses add to the charm, as does the impressive 13th Century Church of St Margaret’s. Close by is the Hannah Peschar Gallery & Sculpture Garden, the haunting and thought provoking art work is set within enchanting grounds that echo to the sound of rippling water, where brilliant pieces of sculpture are to be seen against a backdrop of Nature….if that’s not enough art, then a visit to the Forge and Dragon Gallery, set next to an operational Forge in a 16th Century building will satisfy the hungriest of appetites. For an interesting story that’s waiting to be told a trip to Denbies Wine Estate explains the wonders from grape to glass, all set in an attractive Vineyard. Or for the energetic don a pair of sturdy shoes and climb Leith Hill which overlooks the village, perched on the very top is an 18th Century Gothic Tower with stunning views of the Sea and London… Or perhaps the magnificence of ’Polesden Lacey’ is more for you, where fine furniture and silver jostle for attention next to ‘Old Masters’ paintings, and the sumptuous splendour from a graceful age is waiting to be savoured……..

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Inn on the Green (0.28 miles)

Inn on the Green

The Inn on the Green and The Green Rooms Restaurant Is a 15th Century public house set in the lovely village of Ockley, with a traditional bar, lounge and fine dining restaurant and conservatory. The bar is ... More | visit website

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Inn on the Green (0.28 miles)

Inn on the Green
The Inn On the Green in Ockley near Dorking, Surrey provides superb ensuite bed and breakfast accommodation with substantial contiental breakfast. The Inn dates back to the 15th century and is full of charm and ... More | visit website
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The Kings Arms (0.48 miles)

The Kings Arms

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Traditional accommodation with good food & drink in the heart of the Surrey countryside.

If you fancy a visit to an old, traditional inn with log fires and beams that boasts neither music nor ... More

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Gatton Manor Hotel and Golf Club (1.61 miles)

Gatton Manor Hotel and Golf Club

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Set in 200 acres of tranquil, scenic Surrey countryside, this charming Manor is a complete golf, business and leisure venue, ideally set just one hour from London and 20 minutes from ... More

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Surrey Hills Hotel (2.17 miles)

Surrey Hills Hotel

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The Surrey Hills Hotel offers many facilities including 12 en suite bedrooms, a restaurant and The Tudor Bar. Situated just off the A24 between Dorking and Horsham near the village of ... More

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Plough Inn (2.19 miles)

Plough Inn
The Plough Inn, Coldharbour, is a 17th Century country inn set in spectacular countryside in the heart of the Surrey Hills. All B&B rooms are well appointed and tastefully decorated with a separate ensuite loo and ... More | visit website
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Dukes Head Hotel (2.42 miles)

Dukes Head Hotel

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This enchanting hotel is situated in the lea of the picturesque North Downs in Surrey, being only three miles from the old market town of Dorking. We offer convenient access ... More

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Bulmer Farm (3.00 miles)

Bulmer Farm
Accommodation in the heart of the beautiful Surrey Hills. An hour away from London, Bulmer Farm is ideally situated for a quiet, country weekend. In the heart of the village with two good pubs within walking ... More | visit website
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The Abinger Hatch (4.01 miles)

The Abinger Hatch

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The Abinger Hatch is located 5 Miles from Dorking and 10 Miles from Guildford in the beautiful Surrey Hills. The famous beauty spot, Leith Hill is close by with some ... More

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Wotton House (4.36 miles)

Wotton House
There is so much to discover at Wotton House. Locally referred to as a hidden gem nesteld in breathtaking Surrey Downs, your journey begins as you travel down a half mile driveway which opens out ... More | visit website

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