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Alderstead Heath

Dean Lane, Merstham, Redhill, Surrey, RH1 3AH
Telephone: 01342 777533

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    “Ideal for visiting Box Hill (including Box Hill Stepping Stones), Leith Hill, Dorking Town and Ashdown Forest (home of Winnie the Pooh).”
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    “Priory Farm at Nutfield great for kids, farm shop and has a nice cafe.”
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    “Great walks across open farmland and the North Downs circular walk.”
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    Make yourself at home in our comfy, canvas yurts.
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    "You can gaze for miles at the Surrey countryside from the top of Box Hill."
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    3 Yurts

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    3 Glamping Pods

Prices from:
£138 per stay*

*Minimum stay two nights. £138 price based on a stay between Mondays to Thursdays during low season (October 1st - December 22nd 2017). Other terms and conditions apply.

Open Dates: From July 28th 2017

Earliest Arrival Time: 3pm

Latest Departure Time: 10am

Why stay here

Surrounded by woodland and the rolling Surrey Hills, this site sits in an idyllic location for explorers and nature lovers to get to know this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Better still it’s perfectly positioned for travelling to London - less than an hour’s journey by train - making this a fantastic base for great days out and activities in the city.

Discover the Surrey Hills

If you love walking and cycling, you’ll relish in the choice of walking trails and mixed terrain that criss-crosses the North Downs. In easy reach of the site are several attractions and National Trust properties, including Box Hill for stunning panoramic views of the countryside or Gatton Park and Gardens with 600 acres of sculpted parkland, where you can stretch your legs and let the little ones discover their natural surroundings.

Fun experiences

Feeling adventurous? There’s more to Alderstead Heath than first meets the eye. Just 10 minutes from the site is Go Zorbing London, a woodland zorbing track for a guaranteed adrenaline rush. For the avid speedster, big or small, Surbiton Raceway is just 30 minutes from the site with a selection of go-karting tracks that are suitable from four years to adult. Alternatively enjoy breathtaking aerial views of Surrey on a flying experience - these are available at Redhill Aviation Flight Centre nearby.

For activities suited for larger numbers, head to Chessington World of Adventures, a theme park brimming with rides for all ages. Here you’ll also find Go Ape, a tree top climbing adventure course, a zoo and a Sea Life Centre too!

You could say hello to some local four-legged residents with a visit to the British Wildlife Centre, less than 30 minutes’ drive away. You’ll have a chance to get close to our native animals such as foxes, otters, hedgehogs and deer.

Easy links to London, Kent and Brighton

It’s easy to travel outside of Surrey for a day visit to London or neighbouring Kent and Sussex. If you want to leave the car behind, a dedicated taxi service can run you between the site and the station (24/7), at a competitive rate.

A little closer to home are Caterham (to the south) and Coulsdon (to the north). These are just a 10 minute drive away which is perfect if you are looking for local cafes and restaurants or even somewhere for a spot of shopping.


Facilities on Site

  • Wi-Fi available*
  • Wash room
  • Dish washing
  • Laundry facilities
  • Playground
  • Playing field

* Alderstead Heath Wi-Fi runs standard broadband service averaging at 2.4 Mbps.

Groceries nearby

There is a shop on site for essential items. Your nearest supermarket is Tesco in Caterham, about 3 miles from the site.

Activities & experiences nearby


Cycling

The nearest National Cycle Network route to this site is route number 21, a mainly road-free route through the countryside that starts in Greenwich and travels past Alderstead Heath down to Gatwick - part of the Downs and Weald Cycle Route. 

South of Crawley you can head towards Tilgate Forest to enjoy the leafy, maintained trails. Alternatively if you're feeling strong, head north towards London on route 21 and connect up with route 20, The Sustrans Wandle Art Trail which finishes at the River Thames. 


Walking

Being located on the Pilgrims’ Way there are several walking options to choose from. The National Trust recommends visiting Reigate Hill, one of the many trails across the North Downs. You can pick up details about the Downlands Circular Walk from the site entrance or visit the North Downs website for alternative routes.

The Fox pub can also be reached by foot and is approximately 40 minutes away.


Windsurfing and kayaking

For a day of dinghy riding, windsurfing, kayaking and paddle boarding, head to Aqua Sports, less than 4 miles from the site.


Location and Transport Information

Transport Links:

  • Buses go to: Redhill
  • Nearest train station: Coulsdon South
  • Car hire available on site
  • 24 hour taxi service to/from train station, starting at £7 for up to 4 passengers, to £12 for up to 8 passengers.