Lockhurst Hatch Farm
Bed & Breakfast and Self-Catering accommodation in the heart of the Surrey Hills
We offer bed & breakfast accommodation in a 16th century farmhouse, self-catering accommodation in Five Pines and Holly Oaks (two timber lodges in woodland), The Old Dairy (a converted milking parlour alongside the farm yard), and lastly, a shepherd's hut set in the far corner of a field.
Portland sheep graze quietly; hens gently cluck. Lockhurst Hatch Farm is down a quiet country lane surrounded by fields, forest and heathland. Yet still close to Guildford and easily accessible to Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Bed & Breakfast
The Bed & Breakfast accommodation is self-contained at one end of the house, comprising just one bedroom, bathroom and private sitting/dining room with its own staircase and entrance hall.
Choose something to start your day from our breakfast menu if you are staying in the Bed & Breakfast or the Shepherd's Hut.
Farmyard and Woodland
We are set in 30 acres of farmland. Feel free to explore our fields, woodland and farmyard. You can even feed the chickens!
Stay connected with complimentary Wi-Fi in the Bed & Breakfast and self-catering accommodation. Please note there is no Wi-Fi in the Shepherds Hut, however you can connect in the reception area.
Things To Do
Explore the Tillingbourne Valley between Dorking and Guildford, an area of outstanding
natural beauty. The area is great for walking and biking, traversed by many footpaths and
Shere village, a popular film location, is a 10 minute drive or a lovely 50 minute stroll via bridleway and footpaths. The award-winning
Dabbling Duck shabby chic style café, serves delicious coffee, tea, cakes, and light lunches.
The White Horse Inn and Kinghams restaurant both date from 1450 and offer lunch and
There are several National Trust properties within a 30 minute drive: Polesden Lacey (Edwardian house and garden), Hatchlands, Clandon Park, Winkworth Arboretum, Dapdune Wharf, Oakhurst Cottage, Shalford Mill and Claremont. Nymans (grade 11 listed garden) and Chartwell (home to Winston Churchill) are a 1 hour 15 minute drive.
Wisley is just a 20 minute drive away – the flagship garden of the RHS and home to some of the largest plant collections in the world.
Hampton Court Palace
Explore Hampton Court palace and gardens on the Thames, once the Tudor home of
Thomas Wolsey and later Henry V111. It was later extended with a baroque palace for
William 111 & his wife, Queen Mary (40 minute drive).
Silent Pool gin distillery and Albury Organic Vineyard, next door to each other, both run
popular tours and tastings.
Stayed in the Shepherds Hut – and will return! It was a truly beautiful experience in every way. Peaceful, private -perfect. Simple but still comfortable – even the outside loo thingy was highly civilized and clean as was the delightful outside shower with hot water! Nothing but the sound of birds and occasional sheep and the odd distant cock crowing – but not too much! Breakfast delivered in a hamper at the hour of your choosing – meat cheese breads cereals yoghurt berries and fruit and all – enough to save a bit back for a snack later after a long glorious walk on one of the many routes that can start at this spot. A cute old pub just half an hour walk away or 5 mins in the car. The hosts were helpful and lovely – and non intrusive. A wind-down experience like no other.