Grayshott village in Hampshire is situated on the prominent rise known as Gibbett Hill. This guarantees the air 'as pure as that in the Alps' that first attracted the Victorians' interest in the village, and the health connection continues with the promotion of wellbeing at Grayshott Spa.
There is a wide variety of shops and places to eat in the village, all offering friendly service. Grayshott Pottery nestles neatly between the village school and St Luke's Church and offers a studio gallery, an extensive gift shop and a flourishing café. Waggoners Wells nearby is a delightful place for a walk. Near to Grayshott, in Tilford near Farnham is the Rural Life Museum, the largest countryside collection in the South of England.
Over the years a number of people of note have lived in Grayshott, including George Bernard Shaw, Arthur Conan Doyle and Flora Thompson. Flora Thompson's experiences working at the village post office are told in 'Heatherley'.
Find out more about Grayshott, where to visit and what's happening on the village website.
Map & Directions
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Grayshott is located near Hindhead and is easily accessible from the A3. From the A3, turn onto the B3002 marked Bordon and Grayshott, and you will shortly arrive in the village centre.
Public Transport Directions
The nearest train station is in Haslemere, approximately 4 miles away from the village. Frequent trains from London Waterloo to Haslemere take 55 minutes.