With so much lovely countryside around Botley Hill Farmhouse, many of our customers want to explore by bike. The Farmhouse and the Sheep Shed have become well-known as popular stops for cyclists and cycling clubs from all over the South East, and we're always delighted to welcome you.
As well as being a great place to stop for a refreshment break with fabulous views over the North Downs, Botley Hill Farmhouse has plenty more to offer cyclists. We sell energy gels from the Sheep Shed tea rooms that you can take away to keep you going on longer rides, and we're happy to refill water bottles too. If you've suffered a puncture, we can help you out with a puncture repair kit. And don't worry about securing your bike while you take a break - we can lend you a bike lock too!
Easy route for kids, off road completely. Approx 4.5 miles
From Botley Hill Farmhouse to the White Bear and back. Approx 7 miles
Fairly easy, partly off road. Approx 4.8 miles
Up and down hills, on and off road. About 5 miles
Slightly longer route, on and off road. Approx 9 miles
From the White Bear to Warlingham/Woldingham. Approx 13.5 miles
Surrey Hills and Woldingham. Around 9.5 miles
Can be a bit muddy at times! Around 6.2 miles
A scenic, mostly downhill route of approximately 5 miles from Botley Hill Farmhouse to The Carpenters Arms
Cyclists are welcome in both the main Farmhouse and gardens and the Sheep Shed tea rooms. Read more about our cycle-friendly facilities here.
Ideal for cyclists, walkers and, well, everyone else, our quirky tea room serves freshly baked cakes, coffee, pies, paninis and other goodies.