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VILLAGE LIVING, CITY CONNECTIONS
Great Bookham and Little Bookham were mentioned in the Domesday Book; originally two distinct settlements, they have become interconnected over the centuries. The villages are surrounded by common land and share a railway station, along with an excellent array of local amenities.
Bookham Common is home to the historic estate of Polesden Lacey, which dates back to the 17th century. Now owned by the National Trust, the 1,000 acres are ideal for long walks.
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A relaxed rural lifestyle
Step outside and explore Bookham Commons’ ancient woodlands, grassland plains and tranquil ponds. Surrounded by places of historic interest and natural beauty, nearby Box Hill which is owned by the National Trust, is renowned for its breathtaking views and is much beloved by walkers and cyclists.
Great Bookham’s bustling high street hosts a wide variety of traditional shops, boutiques and services. There are two butchers, a fishmonger, a greengrocer and a bakery, to name but a few, along with a hardware store and an artisan chocolaterie.
Guildford and Leatherhead offer an abundance of high street stores, restaurants and leisure facilities, whilst nearby Dorking hosts a vineyard and a surrounding area peppered with golf courses and activities for all ages and interests.
A thriving community
With no less than four pubs in Bookham, there’s plenty of opportunity to meet up with family, friends and neighbours. There is also a weekly market in the Old Barn Hall, specialising in local produce, along with a number of societies and groups to appeal to all interests and abilities. Tennis, cricket, rugby and horse riding are just a few of the sports and leisure pursuits available nearby.
Excellent transport links include the M25 within a 15 minute drive, providing easy access to London, Gatwick, Heathrow and beyond. Leatherhead and Guildford are 10 minutes and 21 minutes drive respectively, while London and the coast are reached via the A3. Bookham rail station offers direct and frequent trains to London Waterloo in less than an hour.