Marion's Bed & Breakfast
‘Brambleside’ bed and breakfast offers many of the facilities you would expect from a quality hotel with a really personal service and much lower rates.
Although peaceful and secluded, our B&B provides the ideal accommodation from which to explore Surrey and the South. It is ideal for walkers and cyclists alike and we provide guided tours, drying facilities and a secure lock-up area for bicycles.
Our smart and comfortable bed and breakfast in Grayshott provides peaceful and homely accommodation, set in 2½ acres of beautiful gardens.
Free internet access is available if you need to stay in contact.
London is 45 minutes by train
Portsmouth is 35 minutes by car
Fresh home cooked food can be provided by prior arrangement.
Packed lunches are also available. Please ask.
We look forward to meeting you!
Own private entrance. Free Sky TV. Tea and coffee making facilities. Prices from £30 pppn
Getting to Grayshott
From London take the A3 to Hindhead and turn right into the village of Grayshott. Drive down the High Street – past the Fox & Pelican Pub – and take the next right turn before St Peter’s Church, signed ‘Grayshott Potteries’. Drive down the valley for about a mile, take left turn over ford – signed ‘Whitmore Vale’ – continue for precisely 1 mile, and after a sharp double bend you will find ‘Brambleside’ on your right. Frequent trains from Waterloo to Haslemere take 55 minutes. Visitors arriving from Heathrow or Gatwick are within one hours drive from Grayshott.
Things to see and do...
Cycling and Walking
Looking for new, memorable walking and cycling routes in great locations in Surrey? On-road bike rides, off-road mountain bike trails, somewhere you haven’t been before perhaps? If you are planning a cycling or walking holiday, but don’t know where is best, then Marion’s bed and breakfast in Grayshott provides the ideal accommodation from which to explore. Many interesting and varied cycling and walking routes radiate from Marion’s B & B and guided cycling tours are available with prior notice.
Frensham Pond Sailing Club
Our guest house provides popular overnight accommodation for sailors visiting Frensham Pond Sailing Club close to Churt. Based on a beautiful lake in South West Surrey, the club welcomes new members, both experienced sailors and those wishing to learn. A club for all ages, all abilities and all seasons.
Excellent for walkers and an area of great wildlife interest and the ponds contain a variety of fish.
Established in 1956 and nestling in beautiful countryside, Grayshott has built an international reputation producing fine stoneware and porcelain shapes and designs. Watch the potters at work, enjoy a coffee and free parking. It’s only 1.3 miles away from Marion’s bed and breakfast!
Jane Austen’s House
The novelist Jane Austen is known worldwide for her popular novels describing the society of pre-industrial England. She spent the last eight years at Chawton in the 17th century house which is now preserved in her memory.
One of the oldest continually inhabited buildings in Southern England; Farnham Castle was the home of the powerful Bishops of Winchester for over 900 years. Located less than 9 miles from Farnham Castle, Marion’s bed and breakfast provides ideal accommodation to explore some of Southern England’s most historic buildings.
Only 26 miles from Arundal Castle, Marion’s Grayshott bed and breakfast accommodation provides the ideal night stopover for those exploring England’s Heritage. Built in 1068 and set in 40 acres of sweeping grounds and gardens, Arundel Castle has been open to visitors seasonally for nearly 200 years. It is one of the great treasure houses of England, each having its own unique place in history and is home to priceless works of art.
Salisbury Cathedral and Market Town
Discover over 750 years of history, including Britain’s tallest spire, the world’s best preserved original Magna Carta and Europe’s oldest working clock. Built between 1220 and 1258, in one architectural style, Salisbury is Britain’s finest 13th century Gothic Cathedral.
A world class visitor attraction only 40 minutes from our comfortable Surrey guest house, the much-admired, elegant viewing Tower stands proud over one of the most fascinating seascapes in the world. Offering amazing 350&No.730; panoramic views of Portsmouth Harbour, the South coast and the Isle of Wight. With awe-inspiring views, the Tower is a must-see for families, couples and groups alike.
Discover the world famous historic ships – HMS Victory, the Mary Rose
HMS Warrior 1860 that have shaped British history. Home of the Royal Navy, other attractions include The Royal Naval Museum, with the interactive gallery InterAction detailing the science and technology used by the modern Royal Navy.
Charles Dickens’ Birthplace Museum
The famous writer was born in this modest house in Portsmouth, England in 1812. The house has miraculously survived and is now preserved as a museum furnished in the style of 1809 which is when John and Elizabeth Dickens set up the first home of their married life there.
Landscaped in a historic setting Gunwharf Quays is where old and new come together. Experience shopping at over 95 designer outlets, eat at one of 30 cosmopolitan bars & restaurants, soak up the spectacular views across the harbour, and enjoy the vibrant atmosphere.
The D-Day Museum was opened in 1984 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of D-Day. Its centrepiece is the magnificent Overlord Embroidery commissioned by Lord Dulverton of Batsford (1915-92) as a tribute to the sacrifice and heroism of those men and women who took part in Operation Overlord.
Royal Armouries – Fort Nelson
A superbly restored Victorian fort overlooking Portsmouth Harbour. It is home to the Royal Armouries national artillery collection with over 350 historic guns on display.
Royal Navy Submarine Museum
This unique Museum offers you the chance to walk on board a real submarine, discover true tales of heroism and relive a life under the sea through the personal belongings of the crew.
Port Solent, Shops And Restaurants
The shopping, restaurant area at Port Solent is known as The Boardwalk as it is constructed in a decking/pier style and is often described as having a Mediterranean atmosphere. Laid out on 2 levels around the marina facility, the shops and restaurants provide great views of the boats and all of the marina activities.
Hampton Court Palace is a former English royal palace in East Molesey.
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This page was last updated: 10 August 2011