*** Any day arrival ** Single night stays available ***
Nestled on the outskirts of Hambledon - a picturesque village overlooking the Surrey Hills - this lovely selection of huts offers a glamorous and comfortable alternative to a traditional glamping escape. This designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is a mesmeric expanse of gently rolling hills and beautiful English countryside, which creates an ideal destination for an open-air getaway.
The site itself sits in the grounds of The Merry Harriers - a 16th Century Inn - which infuses traditional English charm with excellent food, award-winning ales and the unexpected bonus of Llama treks. The dog and family-friendly residence is steeped in history with a unique and colourful past - including artefacts from the Inn's historical residents.
With its position in South Downs National Park and proximity to the Surrey Hills the site is natural stopover for walkers and cyclists as well as nature enthusiasts. The lovely gardens and small lake create a tranquil setting to relax and unwind. Stick a few logs on the fire-pit outside and spend your nights gazing at the stars or snuggle up inside with the log burner blazing and tuck into your complimentary wine and nibbles.
Check-in from 2 pm - Check out 11 am
Location and Destination
The village of Hambledon
Small in stature but large in character and history, the charming village of Hambledon is a delightful destination. Here you will find a village cricket team, the oldest run community village shop in South England and of course, The Merry Harriers, home of the shepherd's huts, llamas and delicious food.
A historic market town with a number of attractions from national Trust properties to historic and cultures interests. Visit Godalming Museum walk down the picturesque high street or along the River Wey with waterside meadows and canal boats.
Milford Golf Club
A superb 18-hole golf course in Godalming.
South Downs National Park
From rolling hills to quintessential market towns, the South Downs covers over 1600km2 of breathtaking landscapes and hidden gems.
This Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty offers some South England's most stunning and accessible countryside.
Interior and Facilities
The herd of twelve lovely llamas live in the paddocks just behind the Inn. They really are rather magnificent creatures each with their own unique personality.
Meet and greets can be arranged or various trekking options.
Trekking options include The English Picnic, Winter Morning and Summer Evening Treks - the llamas carry the picnic hampers and guide you along the stunning local trails of The Greensand Way.
Tailored treks are possible from family outings to treks for a special occasion - throw in some champagne to celebrate in style!
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