The barn, a former farm building, has been rebuilt and recently converted into an attractive, comfortable holiday cottage and offers a well-equipped kitchen dining room with oak beams and a stone wall, a comfortable sitting room, bedroom (with large double bed) and shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two attic bedrooms: one double and one twin, and a further shower room. The property forms one side of a range of agricultural buildings in what was the old farmyard. This yard is now an attractive courtyard garden, with lawn area and table and chairs for al fresco dining. The courtyard is adjacent to the owners’ listed home. Many miles of open country and woodland of The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surround the property. The area is ideal for walking riding and biking and although quiet and rural enjoys easy access to Westcott village, and the historic market town of Dorking. With easy access by train to London, and good road access to the South of England and coast, the property is ideal as a base visiting this part of England.
3 Bedroom barn conversion in idyllic rural setting
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Nice quiet stay in the Surrey Hills, very welcoming host.
Very comfortable,well equipped, nice quiet country lane.
Absolutely loved the cottage, it was beautifully decorated and even though it was freezing outside we were very warm and cosy inside. We were kindly left homemade rock cakes which was a lovely touch. Our host recommended a fab pub "The Plough" for an impromptu evening meal and it was superb. The scenery around the local area is beautiful - great for walking our dog - we would love to return in the near future
Beautiful compact and cosy conversion
Really charming conversion, the owners helped out with things we had forgotten quickly and efficiently and were also really friendly and welcoming. The area is perfect for walks and nearby Dorking is good for shops etc. A very restful stay. Would recommend.
An ideal way to start married life
The Barn was the base for our wedding weekend.
The groom and best man stayed on Friday night; the grooms team got ready there on the Saturday and then the newly weds returned for the Saturday and Sunday to relax after the wedding.
The Barn was perfect. Plenty of space but cosy; quite but not far off the beaten track.
Chris was a great host and very flexible with our needs for the weekend. The rock cakes were lovely and the roses on the table even match our wedding colour scheme!
Thank you so much for helping to make our start to married life so memorable.
A truly relaxing stay in a perfect setting
We have just returned from a 3 night stay in the barn conversion located in a quiet lane close to the Surrey Hills. It was so quiet and peaceful and yet only a short drive to Dorking. The scenery is spectacular and would recommend visiting in Autumn to get the most from the amazing colours of the turning leaves. The barn is cosy and warm, is equipped with everything you need. The local pubs serve food that is too tempting to resist and we will certainly return to do some more walking and cycling. The owners greeted us warmly and were around to answer any questions or offer good advice on surrounding area. Brilliant place for a short break.
Very clean and well equiped
Home from home. Have already booked to come back again.
Situated in the Surrey Hills - Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, on a quiet rural lane about a mile from the village of Westcott, and only 3 miles from Dorking, the barn is ideally located for walking, cycling, riding and mountain biking. With direct access to the Surrey Hills’ extensive network of footpaths and bridleways just go from the door and leave the car behind.
Westcott has a baker’s, post office/village store, newsagents two pubs and an Indian restaurant. There is also a specialist bike shop with mountain bikes for hire. Dorking is a historic market town with a wide range of shops and restaurants, and has a railway station with a frequent service to London. There are several National Trust properties in the area, including Leith Hill Tower, the highest point in Southern England.