• Walking Bottom, Peaslake, Peaslake, GU5 9RR

    Hurtwood Hotel

    Prime position in the heart of Peaslake and right on the doorstep of some of the best trails in the area! 13 bedrooms offered on B&B basis - there is a separately operated pub and restaurant within the building.
    • Guildford Road, Dorking, RH5 6HS

    De Vere Wotton House

    Nestled at the base of Leith Hill and set in stunning grounds, this is a bit of luxury to return to and relax in after your day on the trails with indoor pool, sauna & steam room. The 1877 Restaurant & Bar serves modern British cuisine sourced locally.
    • 75 Dorking Road, Chilworth, GU4 8NP

    Percy Arms

    The Percy Arms is a pub with a grillhouse serving South African food located in the village of Chilworth, opposite the Station around 10 minutes from Guildford and approx. 15 minutes to Peaslake. With a large garden overlooking the North Downs and St Martha's, the Percy Arms makes a great base for a weekend break.
    • Blackheath Lane, Guildford, GU5 0RF

    Barnett Hill Hotel

    Set in 26 acres of landscaped gardens, Barnett Hill is a picturesque base from which to enjoy the Surrey Hills. Located near the village of Blackheath, only 10 minutes from Guildford and approx. 15 minutes drive from Peaslake.
    • Pasturewood Road, Holmbury St Mary, Dorking, RH5 6LG

    Bulmer Farm B&B

    Located near the village of Holmbury St. Mary, Bulmer Farm is in prime position nestled between Holmbury & Leith Hills making it a perfect base for exploring the area. There are a number of good pubs in the area or self-catering units are available for longer stays.
    • Coldharbour Lane, Dorking, RH5 6HD

    The Plough Inn

    Enjoying a great location up on Leith Hill itself, there are trails quite literally on the doorstep with Summer Lightning passing through the woods not far away. The pub is well known locally for its excellent, locally sourced, seasonal menu.
    • Bradley Lane, Dorking, RH5 6AA

    Denbies Vineyard Hotel

    Luxury accomodation on this famous vineyard nestled between Box Hill and the North Downs just outside Dorking. You can ride from the door up to Ranmore, then drop down to access Leith Hill and/or Peaslake or it's just a 20 minute drive to Peaslake if you don't fancy the ride! The vineyard has a restaurant or there are a number of excellent pubs in the area and restaurants in Dorking including the Michelin starred Sorrel.
    • Mad Horse Copse, Logmore Lane, Westcott, RH4 3GB

    Surrey Hills Yurts

    Luxury Yurts located on the slopes of Leith Hill provide the perfect base for exploring the area with access to the trails of Leith Hill and beyond and NCN22 close by for access to Dorking to the east and the pretty villages of Abinger, Gomshall and Shere to the west.

    • Radnor Lane, Dorking, RH5 6NW

    YHA Holmbury

    Situated at the end of the famous Telegraph Row trail, staying at this secluded youth hostel just outside Holmbury St. Mary couldn't get you any closer to the trails! A range of rooms and camping spaces are available and you'll end every ride with a smile on your face after blasting down Telegraph! If you're looking to eat off-site, there are a number of excellent pubs nearby.

    • Great Bookham, Dorking, RH5 6BD

    Embers Polesdon Lacey

    Camping and glamping in bell tents in the beautiful grounds of a stunning National Trust property! Polsedon Lacey is located to the north of the Ranmore section of the North Downs and west of Box Hill. You can cycle from the campsite over Ranmore, through Abinger Common to Peaslake or via Wotton to Leith Hill. Beware though, there will be some savage uphill on your return leg back up the North Downs! Or it's a half-hour drive to Peaslake.