This fabulous semi-detached cottage is located in Holmbury St Mary in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that provided the countryside backdrop to the London 2012 Olympic cycle race.
Large, light and welcoming this beautiful cottage has stunning views over the woodland surrounding it.
A perfect choice for couples, friends and families looking to stay only a short walk from a quintessential English village where the church overlooks the village green and two popular village pubs offer delicious meals with a fine selection of local food and ales.
With four bedrooms, all with different layouts, and two bathrooms, you will be sure to find a bedroom to exactly fit your needs when staying at Woodhill Cottage.
There are two delightful sitting rooms, each ideal for your needs, whether it be cosying up in the snug in front of the open fire, reading a book or watching TV in cooler months, or relaxing together in the spacious, light and airy garden room with a vaulted ceiling and lantern windows with French doors that can be thrown open to let the soft breeze drift in during warm Summer days.
If you need to work or study while enjoying your stay at Woodhill Cottage, then a bureau and chair is provided just for that purpose.
Holmbury St Mary is a lovely Surrey village nestled in the Surrey Hills.
The village and area is a magnet for visitors either on foot, saddle or cycle.
With such magnificent woodland surrounding it you would be excused for never wanting to explore far, however with Dorking and Guildford so close by, you could spend a day exploring the antique and bric-a-brac shops then enjoying a cream tea is not to be missed.
Look around England’s largest vineyard at Denbies Wine Estate, the stunning National Trust property Polesdon Lacey or the Royal Horticultural Society gardens at Wisley.
Why not even include a day visiting the capital during your time at Holmbury St Mary?
Only 40 minutes by train and you can be in London taking in the sights and sounds of this bustling and iconic city.
Visiting St Paul's Cathedral or Buckingham Palace you must be sure to see the Changing of the Guard and maybe take a river trip along the Thames passing the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben and under Tower Bridge before heading to the West End for a show.
With so much to see and do you will find yourselves needing to return.
After a day exploring, cycling, walking or maybe just relaxing in the sunshine, the welcome of this Surrey cottage is waiting to see you home.