Around the Area
Ginger Huts is located on the beautiful historic grounds of Gosden House School, Bramley, which was originally built as a manor house in 1794. Much of the original grounds still remain including the ancient orchard which is the site of our camping. Bramley is located in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with easy access to a huge array of museums, pubs, walks and cycle paths while also being only minutes away from the bustling market town of Guildford.
Our camp site boasts direct access to Cranleigh Waters canal, which borders the Regional Cycle Route 79 that runs from Guildford to Cranleigh (9 miles). An old railway line that has been converted into a cycle path means that this route is almost entirely free of traffic and is a flat, gentle ride that the whole family can enjoy.
This route connects onto the National Cycle Route 22 leading all the way to Brighton.
We have use of Goden's newly renovated tennis courts. We will provide tennis rackets and balls, but encourage you to bring your own if you prefer.
The Grounds of Gosden House
Ginger Huts is located next to the beautiful Cranleigh Waters and will have yurts in both forest and meadow settings.
As Gosden is a working school, there is restricted access to areas of the school during school hours, however we have access to their beautiful ancient orchard which can be used for social gatherings or BBQs on sunny days.
Gosden has a stunning landscaped walled garden that can be available for hire for weddings or other events. Please enquire with us for further information.
Exploring The Local Area
There are lots of things to explore within a few miles of Ginger Huts. The local area boasts opportunities for exploring nature or discovering new experiences. Take a journey on the Cathedrals Express scenic steam train in Guildford or learn glassblowing and paper weight making at the Smithbrook Kilns in Cranleigh. You could also explore the stunning canals with a boat tour starting in Godalming.
Museums and Walks
For the history lover there are lots of museums to visit in the local area. Discover what it would be like to be in an old workhouse in Spike Heritage Centre, or experience a glimpse of life in the past at Salford Mill. For art enthusiasts, a visit to Watts Gallery is a must, as is enjoying cream tea at their fantastic tea house.
For those who love exploring gardens, take a visit to Losely Park and the Winkworth Arboretum, both only minutes from our campsite.
Food and Drink
For gin lovers and wine lovers alike, a visit to the local award winning Silent Pool distillery and the Albury Organic Vineyard is not to be missed.
There are many fantastic pubs and cafe's in the local area. The Snooty Fox cafe has a great breakfast and lunch menu and fantastic coffee too. The Jolly Farmer pub is only a walk away and provides good quality pub food and drink.