The beautiful quintessential village of Haslemere is the most southerly town in Surrey, bordering both West Sussex and Hampshire and boasts access to a wealth of natural beauty spots.
With direct trains to Waterloo, easy access to the south coast and a good range of local amenities, Haslemere is a highly desirable place to live.

Primary schools:
Haslemere has a mixture of State and Independent schools at all levels. The town is served by four state primary schools –
St Bartholomew’s (Aided) Primary School
Shottermill Junior School
Camelsdale Primary School
Grayswood Church of England (Aided) Primary School

Secondary schools:
Woolmer Hill School (State)
The Royal School (Private, boarding)
St Ives. School (Private)

Direct trains to Waterloo in one hour to the north, and a direct line to Portsmouth Harbour to the south.

Haslemere is moments from the A3, the main road link between Portsmouth and London, and there are bus services to Aldershot, Guildford, Hindhead, Liphook, Basingstoke and Midhurst.

The residents of Haslemere enjoy some of the most beautiful countryside England has to offer as part of the South Downs National Park (an area of outstanding natural beauty), with walks and cycle rides aplenty, and not to mention a host of fine country pubs and restaurants. The Devils Punch Bowl heath land boasts some of the most fabulous scenery around the area.


Recreational activities can be indulged locally at Haslemere Leisure centre, Woolmer Hill sports centre (The Edge) and Lythe Hill Hotel & spa.


Some of the best cuisine Haslemere has to offer can be found at the below eateries and restaurants:

Applegarth Farm (Breakfast, lunch, and dinner) –
The Dog & Pheasant (lunch and dinner)
The Prince of Wales (lunch and dinner)

The 340 seater ‘Haslemere Hall’ plays host to an eclectic range of theatre productions, music events and cinema showings for all tastes.
Haslemere Fringe Festival is an annual event showcasing mainstream and fringe music and comedy along with local acts over a full weekend.

Haslemere offers a good pub scene with central watering holes, the Swan and the White Horse popular with the locals.
The recently upgraded ‘Station House’ boasts a more stylish ambience opposite the station.
For late night/early hours nightlife you will need to venture to nearby Godalming or Chichester.

Grayswood a small village to the northeast of Haslemere
Shottermill – a parish and village 1 mile (1.6 km) to the west of the town Shepherd’s Hill – the neighbourhood to the south of the town centre
Nutcombe – This hillside community nestles among the woods leading to Hindhead

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