Visit Grayshott

A wonderful place to visit, shop and enjoy…

The award winning village of Grayshott nestles amidst beautiful National Trust countryside on the North-East Hampshire, Surrey border.

Grayshott is a great place to live, work and have fun.  It’s also a wonderful place to visit, with a traditional village pub, renowned pottery, lots of shops and restaurants, free parking, and plenty of interesting things to see and do.

We love Grayshott!  Please watch the video and browse the links below to find out more, come and see us soon, and we are sure you will love it too.

Award Winning Village

Three times ‘Hampshire Village of the Year’
National winner for ’Business in the Community’ for England and Wales
And many other accolades read more…

Amidst Beautiful Countryside

Grayshott is surrounded by National Trust sites of outstanding natural beauty including Waggoner’s Wells, Ludshott Common, The Devil’s Punchbowl and Hindhead Commons with amazing views over the Surrey Hills, and that’s just the start read more…

Traditional Village Pub

The Fox & Pelican with its open fires 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…

Renowned Pottery

Grayshott Pottery is very popular with locals and visitors alike and has a large car park
It has a visitor centre, a gift shop and Jolleys, a charming café
You can pop in to see the potters at work or take a pottery tour read more…

Grayshott Attractions

There are lots of interesting places to visit and things to see in and around Grayshott as well as the Pub and Pottery there’s Applegarth, St Luke’s Church and St Joseph’s Church, Grayshott Spa to the new A3 tunnel – here are some attractions not to miss read more…

Great Shopping

Wide range of local shops and two supermarkets
All within easy walking distance of three free car parks and on-street parking
So many good reasons to Buy in Grayshott! read more…

Delicious Dining

Choose from five excellent restaurants, four delightful cafés and five take-aways
For a hearty breakfast, relaxing coffee, quick snack, light lunch or delicious dinner
And you are always welcome to enjoy a drink at our village pub or club read more…

World Class Entertainment

Grayshott events attract people from far and wide. These include acclaimed classical concerts, a folk club, annual pantomime and beer festival, theatre and live music and entertainment in many of our vibrant local venues read more…

Interesting Cultural History

In Victorian times many attracted to ‘Little Switzerland’ came to Grayshott
Flora Thompson author of ’Lark Rise to Candleford’ lived and worked in Grayshott as did,
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, George Bernard Shaw, Alfred Lord Tennyson read more…

Putting Grayshott on the Map

Take a look around using our interactive Grayshott Village Centre Map
Take the larger view with our interactive Grayshott Village Map
Take it global with Grayshott Google Maps to see the big picture

Getting to Grayshott

Whether you’re coming by Road, Rail, Sea, or Air Grayshott is well connected
An hour from London airports or the cross channel ferries, minutes from the A3 Hindhead Tunnel, a few miles from Haslemere Station, and a regular bus and coach service read more…

Where to Stay in Grayshott

The Devil’s Punchbowl Hotel, Grayshott Spa, Bothy in Grayshott, Marion’s B&B, Liphook Travelodge are all within a few miles of Grayshott read more…