About Henman BunkhouseA rural Surrey bunkhouse on Leith Hill, with lots of walking trails on its doorstep.
16-sleeper Henman Bunkhouse nestles in the northern slopes of Leith Hill, the highest point in south east England. Although London is only thirty miles away, the bucolic setting provides an ideal location for groups to experience rural Surrey at its finest.
It has a fully-equipped kitchen, an open fire and a garden with a BBQ. Dorking town is just five miles away if you need to stock up on supplies.
Walkers can directly access the Greensand Way plus other local way marked trails. There are many bridleways and byways over Leith Hill and the surrounding area on which cycling is permitted.
The bunkhouse closes for Christmas and New Year.
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Due to social distancing measures and other requirements, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the opening of this bunkhouse until further notice.
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A well equipped kitchen, larder, dining/communal area with a dining table for 12 and comfy chairs, open fire (free wood and fire starting material provided). Two bedrooms with hand basins.
Internal stairs to a bedroom with hand basin.
Notes for guests
Heating: Oil fired radiators/open fire.
Bedding/linen: No bedding is provided. Guests are requested to bring their own bedding and linen including sleeping bags/duvets and pillows.
Parking: Parking for nine cars approx. 50 metres from the bunkhouse via gravelled uneven track. There is not a closer drop off point.
Garden: A well manicured unenclosed garden next to the bunkhouse with picnic tables and barbecue.
Hazards: There is a pond at the bottom of the garden so children should be supervised at all times.
Minimum stay: 2 nights.