Known for its Georgian streets, historic buildings and craft heritage, with easy access to the rural North Downs Way, Farnham is a historic market town nestled in the rolling Surrey Hills; offering visitors a chance to enjoy quintessential England, just an hour from the capital.
At heart, Farnham is a market town. Dating back to the Middle Ages Farnham offered a weekly market and an annual fair which attracted visitors from all over Surrey and Hampshire to buy and sell goods.
Today, Farnham has an award winning, certified monthly Farmers’ Market with nearly forty regular stallholders. Farmers’ Markets give shoppers the chance to buy seasonal produce direct from the producer. The Farmers’ Market takes place in Central car park on the fourth Sunday of every month. Once a year the Farnham Food Festival a huge bustling market takes place in Castle Street in September bringing together Farnham’s local producers plus a variety of other culinary specialists.
The Farnham Visitors Guide
The Farnham Visitor Guide is filled with inspiration for things to do and see, places to stay, eat, and drink, and much more! For your convenience our virtual Visitor Guide is available to view online.
Farnham's Tree Trail
Take part in this self-guided, circular tree trail around central Farnham
The Bush is an independent hotel that has been welcoming guests through its doors since 1618. Steeped in history but embracing contemporary design, the Bush is the perfect blend of the old world and the new and prides itself on being a friendly, family-owned hotel. On arrival, guests are…