Grayshott Attractions

There are lots of interesting places to visit and things to see in and around Grayshott – here are some top attractions not to miss

Fox & Pelican Grayshott

Traditional village pub with its open fire provides a really welcoming meeting place
Large Restaurant, Two bars a themed Snug and Large beer garden
Good food, drink and entertainment for all the family  read more…

Grayshott Pottery

This working pottery is a popular visitor attraction
It has a visitor centre, a gift shop and “Jolleys”, a charming café
Take a pottery tour read more…

Applegarth

A mile East from the village centre of Grayshott
Farm, Farm Shop, Deli and Restaurant
Make uk handmade crafts and gifts read more…

St Luke’s Church

St Luke’s has been at the centre of Grayshott for over a century
The church building is really lovely and well worth a visit
There are some truly stunning stained glass windows to see  read more…

St Joseph’s Church

This Roman Catholic Church is a very light and beautiful Grade 2 listed 1911 building
A pretty sanctuary and a life size figure of the Risen Christ hidden at the rear of the church
Canadian soldiers from the First World War are buried in the churchyard read more…

Grayshott Spa

A mile from the village of Grayshott
One of the very few true destination spas in the UK
The gardens of Grayshott Spa adjoin the heathland of Ludshott Common read more…

Waggoner’s Wells

Beauty Spot a mile from the village of Grayshott
A series of large ponds linked by streams and waterfalls
Maintained by the National Trust read more…

A3 Hindhead Tunnel

The UK’s longest underland road tunnel now provides excellent road access via Hazel Grove Interchange to Grayshott which is less than 1 mile from the A3 Hindhead Tunnel, part of a new 4-mile bypass of Hindhead and The Devil’s Punchbowl read more…