Henman Bunkhouse, Broadmoor, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6JZ
Built in the 1920s in a Swiss Chalet style and situated about five miles from Dorking in Surrey, this lovely bunkhouse nestles on the lower northern slopes of Leith Hill, the highest point in south east England. Although London is only thirty miles away, the setting of tranquillity and beauty provides an ideal location for groups to experience rural Surrey at its finest. Walkers can directly access the Greensand Way plus other local way marked trails and there are many bridleways and byways over Leith Hill and the surrounding area on which cycling is permitted. The bunkhouse is ideal for recreational, educational and corporate groups that are looking for self catering accommodation as well as being a perfect base for hikers and cyclists. The bunkhouse has a well equipped kitchen and larder whilst the dining/communal area has a dining table for 12. There are also comfy chairs, and an open fire (free wood and fire starting material provided). The three bedrooms have hand basins and there are plenty of showers. Outside there is a well manicured unenclosed garden next to the bunkhouse with picnic tables and barbecue. The bunkhouse closes over Christmas and New Year. Photos ©National Trust/John Millar & ©National Trust Images/Jason Ingram.This accommodation is featured on our map of South of England and South East England and here is its own website.
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16: 2×6, 1×4
All year. All day except for Christmas and New Year
£225 Friday to Sunday, £180 Monday to Thursday
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