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Set in 5 acres of grounds which overlook the picturesque town of Farnham in Surrey, the 12th Century Farnham Castle is one of the most important historical buildings in the South of England.
First built in 1138 by Henri de Blois, grandson of William the Conqueror, Farnham Castle was the home of the influential Bishops of Winchester for over 900 years. It was a popular choice for meeting and celebration of many Kings and Queens of England over the centuries and the architecture reflects changing styles through out the ages.
Over the past few years, major renovation and refurbishment of the building and facilities at Farnham Castle has been undertaken, providing a stunning and truly unique setting, combining 12th century history with 21st century style.
Our stunning gardens and beautiful manicured lawns offer a tranquil haven to relax from the hustle and bustle of the outside world and with 32 comfortable bedrooms including a luxurious bridal suite the Castle can cater for parties of up to 150 people.
With its excellent road and rail links (50 minutes from Waterloo) and close proximity to both Heathrow and Gatwick airports; it is an highly desirable location for any occasion.
Building: steps down to main entrance. Alternative access via assisted ramp entrance (please give advance notice).
Ground floor: Accessible
Parking: 1 disabled space
WC: Adapted WC available.
Grounds: Partially accessible – coarse gravel, grass and hard areas.