A fabulous detached barn conversion, Reeds Farmhouse in Farnham has an enviable location with historic houses, the beach and country parks nearby.
It is spacious, bright and modern, perfect for families or groups of friends and welcomes dogs.
The perfect choice for visits to Alice Holt Forest, the South Downs National Park and Chawton, where Jane Austen lived, or for simply relaxing in the lawned garden with a refreshing drink and good food.
At A Glance
Two Dogs Allowed
Pets - No Charge
About Reeds Farmhouse
An open plan, light and airy living, kitchen and dining area, plus house bathroom, on the ground floor and three good sized bedrooms; one king size, one twin and one single on the first floor make Reeds Farmhouse an excellent choice for families and dogs.
With sloping ceilings adding extra charm to the bedrooms and Alice Holt Forest just behind the barn conversion, getting up and out on a morning has never been so easy.
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Things To Do in Farnham, Surrey
Reeds Farmhouse’s location couldn’t get any better. Located on the border of both Hampshire and Surrey, it isthe perfect choice to explore places such as Farnham, the South Downs National Park and Portsmouth.
Farnham is the nearest local town and it is just ten minutes from the farmhouse. From textile and art exhibitions at the Maltings to Waverley Abbey, there is plenty to see and do here. Waverley Abbey was the first Cistercian abbey in England and dates back to 1128.
Open to the public, the remains of the abbey which survived floods, fire and famine, can be visited today. The abbey was an on-location site for the 1998 film Elizabeth. The town also has excellent restaurants, shops and a Hogs Back Brewery which offers tours.
The South Downs National Park covers an area of 1,600km2 and has a whopping 3,300km of rights of way available to explore. Events take place throughout the year, some of the most famous being Lewes’ bonfire night, Glyndebourne Opera and the Chichester Festival, yet there is something on at other times of the year, especially in summer so check what’s happening when you are staying.
Weekly farmers’ markets offer local fresh produce, perfect for stocking up the fridge back at the farmhouse. From cycling along the designated paths to horse riding and of course, a walk with your dog, everyone is welcome here.
Portsmouth, just 50 minutes away by car, is steeped in maritime history. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard is perfect for budding pirates or history buffs. Harbour tours, visits to HMS Victory and HMS Warrior 1860 are just a few of the attractions of this enthralling dockyard.
Go up the Spinnaker Tower for amazing views out over the city and even across to the Isle of Wight. Enjoy lunch or coffee and a cake at one of Portsmouth’s waterside cafés or restaurants and soak up the atmosphere of this port city.
This wonderful detached barn conversion is the perfect place from which to explore the stunning South Downs National Park, with a long list of things to do for all ages and tastes, all year round. From comfy beds to comfy sofas, a stay here is all about relaxing with nature on your doorstep.
A welcome pack for both adults and four-legged friends is available on arrival and two dogs can stay at any one time, so if you are travelling as a group with more than one four-legged friend, everyone is welcome.
From maritime history to a slow walk to and from the local pub, just two minutes away on foot, and shopping at the South Downs National Park farmers’ market for fresh, local fruit and vegetables for dinner during your stay, you are guaranteed a very warm welcome by the owners who live just next door and are on hand to help with anything you need during your stay.
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