Situated on the Titsey Estate at the highest point of the North Downs Way, in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Botley Hill Farmhouse is renowned for its breathtaking views. Surrounded by beautiful countryside, we welcome cyclists, walkers and dogs to our historic country inn - although booking is advisable.
Among the changes we've made since taking ownership in 2015 are brand new menus and sumptuous specials, which have been designed to make the most of wonderful local produce, and a hand-picked selection of fine wines. Do drop by and see what's new.
At Botley Hill Farmhouse we're passionate about sourcing local food and drink. In fact, we start right here in our garden, where we grow our own herbs, while our beef comes from just over the fence on the Titsey Estate - read more here. Lamb comes from Moorhouse Farm just down the road and you will also find many other local ingredients on the menu, including rabbit and venison.
What's more, we have helped to establish a new micro-brewery, Titsey Brewing Co, so when you order a pint of Gower Wolf, Leveson Buck, Gresham Hopper or Innes Lager you can be sure that it has travelled only a matter of metres from the brewery to your glass! Local beer doesn't get any fresher.
Our newest additions are our North Downs Shepherd Huts, which are located just down the road at Broomlands Farm in stunning countryside and offer the perfect Surrey holiday escape from the hustle and bustle of life. The huts will be moving on site at Botley Hill Farmhouse in summer 2019.
If you're looking to enjoy a relaxing cup of tea and slice of cake, then our Sheep Shed tea room is the perfect countryside destination for a cosy catch up with friends. It's also home to our quirky and unique gift shop, and is available for private hire.
And, with panoramic views across the North Downs, our splendid wedding barn, launching in summer 2019, will offer the perfect venue to say 'I do' in rustic luxury. Visit The Barn at Botley Hill website. The Barn is also available to hire for exclusive events.
We are constantly replanting the gardens and grounds around Botley Hill Farmhouse, so make sure you come and enjoy our picture-perfect views from the terrace, which is lovely for sunset suppers.
Meanwhile, if you can manage to tear yourself away from Botley Hill Farmhouse, may we suggest a visit to our new sister inn, The Castle Inn at Chiddingstone in Kent - it is set in a beautifully-preserved Tudor village, owned by the National Trust, and is well worth a drive out.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Nicole and the team at Botley Hill Farmhouse
NOTE: As Botley Hill Farmhouse is an historic and listed building, there are some potential accessibility issues which you should be aware of before making your booking.
Our stunning new wedding barn. Photo by Hayley Bray.
Note: As the weather warms, we know many of you will have the views from Botley on your mind. Our new, extended, side garden will be open shortly, with its lovely views and sunsets. Meanwhile, thank you for bearing with us as we make some changes whilst we perfect our beautiful wedding venue, The Barn at Botley Hill.
We make the most of wonderful seasonal ingredients, like meat from our local butcher and bread baked just a few miles away.
Take a romantic break or just get away from the hustle and bustle in our luxury shepherd huts at nearby Broomlands Farm.