B&D Cars (Brockham): 01737 842446
The White Horse hotel in the heart of Dorking High street has just re-opened following a £4 million refurbishment. There are 56 en-suite rooms from doubles to decadent suites. Located just under 7 miles from Gildings Barn our front office team will be more than happy to assist with organising taxi's to and from the Barn. To take advantage of our preferential rates please call and quote 'GILD18' or click here to book on line.
The White Horse, High Street, Dorking, Surrey, RH4 iBE
Tel: 01306 881138
A 4 Star Silver Award family run Bed and Breakfast offering 6 spacious en-suite rooms, located just a 5 minute drive away from Gildings Barns.
Mrs. Julia Roberts, Trumbles Guest House,
Stan Hill, Charlwood,
Surrey, RH6 0EP
Tel: 01293 863418
Beautiful large Edwardian Bed & Breakfast. Art deco themed interior, with individually appointed guest bedrooms. Exclusively for adults aged 21 and over. A convenient 20-minute drive from Gildings, or the delightful owners are happy to arrange taxi transport for you.
Tel: 01293 775 998
Gildings Farm, Partridge Lane, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 5BW
Tel: 01293 862232, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Note: sat nav may take you past the entrance and attempt to take you across a field at the rear)
Directions - from Surrey Oaks pub in Newdigate (with this on your left hand side when you are facing Charlwood direction) head towards Charlwood on Parkgate Road, which quickly turns into Partridge Lane. Shortly after the pub, pass a left hand turning to Brockham/Leigh, then in less than half a mile pass another left turning to Charlwood and Horley. Continue on Partridge Lane, passing Coombers Farm on the left, then Oak Lane Farm. Slow down for a sharp right hand bend, then pass the entrance to Sturtwood Farm on the left. Continue on Partridge lane, over a small bridge, then pass a sign post on the right, 'Beambrook Field Station'. Keep going, you are nearly there. Look out for the next farm on the right, 'Holly Farm', and almost opposite on the left is the entrance to Gildings Farm. You'll see a vintage horse drawn plough fixed to a log at the end of the drive. If you reach Burnt Oak Lane on the right you've gone 20 meters too far.
From the Surrey Oaks pub, Gildings is approximately 1.7 miles on the same road.