Henman bunkhouse at Leith Hill

Henman bunkhouse nestles in the Tillingbourne Valley © National Trust

Henman bunkhouse nestles in the Tillingbourne Valley

Henman bunkhouse provides self-catering accommodation for family holidays, recreational visitors, corporate groups and volunteers carrying out practical conservation tasks. The bunkhouse can accommodate large groups of people with a fully equipped kitchen.

Close to Dorking town centre, the 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.

The bunkhouse is a great base for a holiday in the Surrey Hills. Walkers can directly access the Greensand Way and other local way-marked trails. There are also many bridleways and byways covering Leith Hill and the surrounding area that are ideal for cyclists. Alternatively, a short walk to the Tower will provide sweeping views across the countryside and the nearby pubs are on hand to help you take a well earned rest.

If you would like to book a family or conservation holiday at Henman Bunkhouse, please contact the Leith Hill office for further details.