Description: About Great Oak Park
Set in 5 acres of park like grounds and a further 15 acres of paddocks, close to the town of Guildford in Surrey, is the beautiful Great Oak Park. The house is approached by a 1km private driveway and is a fantastic place to celebrate a special occasion.
As you enter the property you step into a large reception hall which leads through to a large contemporary living room and dining room with seating available for up to 16. There is also a well-equipped fitted kitchen and a south-facing breakfast room, this means there is plenty of space in which guests can relax, unwind and socialise during their stay.
Great Oak Park boasts a 900 sq ft dance studio with mirrors, lasers, disco lights, a sound system and a 9 ft cinema screen. There is also a beautiful York Stone south-facing terrace with stunning views, a hot tub, a heated swimming pool, and a sauna on site.
It may be possible to bring one dog by arrangement, please mention at time of booking.
"Great Oak Park is just a complete gem of a house and delivers on all aspects required for a great weekend away. You feel as if you're in the middle of nowhere and yet access to pubs, walks, local town are just minutes away. The accommodation is superb, clean, tidy, grand and well presented but without a "show home" feel so you are relaxed in the house not feeling as if you can't touch anything. The bedrooms are well appointed and perfectly suited for couples or hen parties. The hot tub was amazing and the sauna heats quickly so no planning of its use was required. The owners were very friendly, efficient and accurate, so there were no hidden surprises with regards to the rental and nothing was too much trouble, really very approachable and accommodating. Jo, 26th October 2012.
This owner/agency has featured on countrycottagesonline.com since 2009
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Video TourEnjoy watching this guided tour of Great Oak Park.
More About this Property and Booking Information
If you are interested in booking, please call the owner, and discuss their booking process. They may ask that you book via a booking form and that you pay by bank transfer.
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Setting and Local Information
Local Attractions near Dorking
Top Attractions: Amazing bike riding over the Olympic route, Box Hill or Leith Hill. Denbies Vineyard tour, Dorking, lovely pubs and restaurants. Best walking over Leith Hill
Recommended Places to Visit: London is one hour by train or car, Dorking Station 10 mins drive with large taxi rank
Recommended Places to Eat Out: Sorrells, Dorking, Gomshall Mill, Abinger, just voted Best Pub in Surrey, ten mins drive, beautiful walking around it. The Parrot, Forest Green is one hours walk away and has a wonderful private dining room (The Parrot Room).
Local Sports: clay pigeon shooting, cycling, hiking, horse riding, quad biking, walking, walking
Nearest Train Station: Dorking, 5 miles away
Looking for somewhere to stay for a few days in Dorking? The market town of Dorking is rich in history as it dates back to the Middle Ages and today, much of its old character survives and can be seen dotted around the town centre. The region is surrounded by the enchanting woodland of Surrey Hills, which is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and many walks and rambles can be taken through the picturesque landscape which will feel a million miles away from London. Visiting Dorking for a day trip from London or even for a short break from the city can easily be done due to its proximity to the capital, and the atmosphere is completely different with a variety of interesting things to do.
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