Under new ownership since March 2015, Warlingham's historic 16th century Botley Hill Farmhouse has benefitted from a sympathetic refurbishment to restore its period charm and complement the beautiful rural setting. A warm welcome awaits visitors on every day of the week, with food and drink to cater for all appetites and occasions. Cyclists and walkers taking on the local routes over the North Downs are always welcome to rest and recharge and so are their four-legged friends, who might even be rewarded with a biscuit.
Imaginative, varied and seasonal menus are prepared with the best fresh ingredients from local suppliers. Dishes range from light bites like Botley Hill Farmhouse's homemade fish cakes or the popular club sandwich, to modern classics such as Goosnargh duck breast with dauphinoise potatoes, or harissa-marinated lamb with Jerusalem artichoke puree and roast rosemary and garlic potatoes.
Open from 9am for breakfast on a Sunday and 12 noon Monday - Saturday, Botley Hill Farmhouse is the perfect spot to enjoy elevenses with freshly made coffee and home-made cakes.
A selection of fine wines selected by Olivers of Copthorne and real ales from the local Westerham and Pilgrim breweries are a draw for the discerning drinker. You'll also find local ciders and juices.
The Sheep Shed – tea room and gift shop
Enjoy a freshly-brewed pot of tea and a slice of handmade cake in the beautiful rustic setting of Botley Hill Farmhouse’s new tea room, The Sheep Shed. The menu includes both hot and cold drinks as well as a variety of sweet and savoury pastries and snacks - from soup with focaccia to wild boar paté, bacon and sausage baps and traditional farmhouse cream teas. Visit for elevenses, afternoon tea, or a light lunch. Browse a hand-picked selection of delicious artisan goodies, locally-made crafts, gifts and local hampers. The Sheep Shed is also available for private hire.
Park, walk and eat
Botley Hill Farmhouse, set at the highest point of the North Downs, has some of the best views over the breathtaking Surrey countryside. Offering plenty of free parking, it is a popular meeting point for walkers and cyclists alike. Local highlights for walkers include the neighbouring Titsey Estate, with its historic house and gardens and 500 acres of woodland. See the Botley Hill Farmhouse website for a selection of walking and cycle routes.
On warmer days, enjoy lunch or a sunset supper on the spacious terrace and make the most of Botley Hill Farmhouse’s beautiful setting.
Plans for the future
A new oak and flint barn will be built to host weddings and special events. Expected to be ready in the spring of 2017, the barn will boast spectacular panoramic views over the North Downs and will offer a beautiful and memorable location for weddings and celebrations.
Map & Directions
Easily accessible from London.
|Botley Hill Farmhouse (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Saturday||12:00||- 23:00*|
|The Sheep Shed (1 Jan 2017 - 31 Dec 2017)|
|Monday - Tuesday||Closed*|
|Wednesday - Sunday||10:30||- 16:00*|
* There are sometimes seasonal changes to opening times, please check the website: