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Supported by Compton Parish & Guildford Borough Councils & Compton Village Association
The house, 16th, 18th and 19th century, is a Grade II Listed Building in the small pretty village of Eashing set in a beautiful part of Surrey. Eashing has a pub and a fine13th century National Trust bridge over the River Wey.
We are close to the A3 London - Portsmouth road, 5 miles (8 Kms) south west of Guildford. Heathrow and Gatwick airports and Portsmouth are about 45 mins by car, and trains from Godalming take 50 mins to London Waterloo.
In addition to London and Portsmouth, many places of historic and cultural interest are within easy reach, including Windsor, Hampton Court, Winchester, Arundel Castle and Petworth antique shops. There are several beautiful gardens in the area, including Winkworth Arboretum and the Royal Horticultural Society show garden at Wisley (15 mins). If you enjoy walking we can recommend a variety of scenic routes.
BED AND BREAKFAST
Our spacious, comfortable accommodation includes a large guest sitting room (hung with a collection of hats and other ethnic treasures) with log fire, TV and piano. Guests are also welcome to sit in our lovely walled garden. We do not provide evening meals but there are plenty of pubs and restaurants nearby. This is a No Smoking house.
1 twin room with en suite bath/shower
1twin/double with adjoining private bath/shower
2 singles (one with basin) sharing shower room.
From London follow A3 South towards Portsmouth. 5 miles beyond Guildford, take Eashing exit,at Esso Service Station. We are 150 metres on the left, behind a white gate.
From the South
DO NOT FOLLOW EASHING SIGNS SIGNED MILFORD EXIT. Go to next exit, signed Shackleford / Hurtmore. Go under A3 and rejoin A3 travelling South, taking Eashing Exit by Esso service station ( approx. 1/2 mile). We are 150 metres on the left behind the white gate.
GILLIAN AND DAVID SWINBURN - and Button the cat
Lower Eashing Farmhouse
Tel/Fax: +44 (0)1483 421436