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Chalet / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
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Chalet / 1 bedrooms / sleeps 2
Le Chalet is a one bed self catering chalet tucked away in the owners' large garden. It is a modest accommodation yet is comfortably and stylishly furnished. There is a comfortable king-size bed, a living corner with dining furniture and armchairs, a shower room and a kitchenette with all facilities. Guests also have use of garden dining furniture and deck chairs. There is an off-road parking area and a spacious shed for storage of belongings. Washing facilities are available upon request. The chalet is perfect for a romantic getaway and the garden and location is great for relaxing & unwinding.
Farley Green is a hamlet located in the Surrey Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Whilst being in the heart of the countryside, it is only 6 miles from the bustling town of Guildford. Guildford is an historic town with a medieval history and is a major shopping & entertainment destination. It has several theatre venues and has an excellent leisure centre and a Lido, to name just a few of its attractions.
The countryside location offers easy access to walking and cycling routes & bridleways. There are many places of interest nearby, including RHS Wisley Gardens, and no fewer than 7 National Trust sites within a 10 mile radius. For equine lovers, there are a number of riding centres locally offering hacking and other riding activities. In the village of Abury, 2 miles away, there are fishing lakes, where on purchase of a fishing licence you can enjoy a day's fishing. Many picturesque villages are dotted nearby, among which the village of Shere which is considered to be one of the prettiest in Surrey. Shere village has been used as a location in a number of TV dramas.
London is easily accessible, being a 40 minutes journey from Guildford Station. Heathrow & Gatwick airports are both a 45 minute drive away.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||West Wittering 70 km|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||3 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gatwick 36 km, Nearest railway: Guildford 9.5 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, DVD player|
|General||TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Surrey region
Surrey in the South East of England is one of the Home Counties. The county borders Greater London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire, and Berkshire The historic county town is Guildford, although the county administration Surrey County Council was moved to Kingston upon Thames in 1893. The largest town in Surrey is Guildford with Woking is a close second. The third largest town is Ewell with 40,000 people to the north of the county. Despite its location next to London, Surrey contains a great deal of mature woodland. Among its many notable beauty spots are Box Hill, Leith Hill, Frensham Ponds, Newlands Corner and Puttenham and Crooksbury Commons. It is the most wooded county in Great Britain, with 22.4% coverage. Box Hill has the oldest untouched area of natural woodland in the UK, one of the oldest in Europe.
Much of Surrey is in the Green Belt and rolling downland, the county's geology being dominated by the chalk hills of the North Downs. There are many commons with an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways including the North Downs Way. Towards the north of the county, the land is largely flat around Staines and borders the River Thames.
The highest elevation in Surrey is Leith Hill near Dorking at 965 ft (294 m) above sea level, is the highest point in southeastern England.
The name Surrey is Saxon meaning "South Ridge" though later the name of the area was Sudergeona or "southern". Little remains of the Roman or the Saxon periods in Surrey exist. However there is an Iron Age hillfort at Holmbury Hill and remnants of the Roman roads Stane Street and Ermine Street. The title of Earl of Surrey was given as reward for loyalty during the rebellion that followed the death of William I of England, with the signing of the great charter at Runnymede in 1215.
Surrey's proximity to London and strategic location within South East England has resulted in it becoming one of the most affluent and successful counties in the UK. The busiest single runway airport in the world (Gatwick) was historically in Surrey, but is now part of West Sussex.
Surrey is also renowned for gardening, with the RHS's flagship RHS Garden Wisley, along with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew in Greater London. Come and discover sun-dappled footpaths that criss-cross the most wooded county in the country. Leap into the 21st Century in our modern art galleries. Stand at the highest point in the south-east of England and marvel at the breathtaking views of the Surrey Hills and surrounding countryside.
Experience first-hand the very latest in music at a festival or in the pubs and clubs that abound. Or visit our imposing stately homes with their beautifully maintained landscape gardens where, for centuries, celebrated artists, musicians and literary figures have found inspiration. Our comprehensive public transport network means that you can leave your car at home and discover the area with ease by simply hopping on a bus, train or even boat.
Farley Green is located in Surrey Hills, an area designated as 'An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' There are many activities available to carry out in the area. Walking & cycling are two reasons for a visit to the area, the Surrey Hills are part of the North Downs, so there are routes suitable for all levels of fitness & experience. There are many routes that can incorporate a lunch stop in a quaint village pub! There are many riding stables in the area offering riding lessons and Hacking sessions for the more experienced equestrians among you. For Golfers, there are public and private golf courses for you to indulge your hobby. For the less energetic, there are a host of historic old towns & villages to visit, like Guildford, Shere, Dorking, or Godalming. Guildford boasts not only a picturesque cobbled high street, a Medieval Castle, but great shopping and entertainment with 2 theatres and a Mutliplex cinema.
If you're interested in visiting stately homes and gardens then this is the area for you! We have at least seven National Trust properties within easy driving range. There is Polesden Lacey, Clandon House, Hatchlands Park. Slightly further afield, but still easily reached are Petwoth House & Park, and Nymans. For the horticulturists among you there is Winkworth Arboretum, RHS Wisley & Kew Gardens. So as you can see, whatever your interests may be there is plenty to keep you occupied should you come visit the area
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