|Evening meals by arrangement|
|Garden for guests|
|Own key to entrance|
|Special diets catered for|
|Tea/coffee making facilities|
|Telephone available on arrangement|
|Television in all rooms|
|Use of organic products where possible|
|Complementary therapies available to guests on request|
Payment by Cash, Credit card or online Bank Transfer
Come to Dove House in a quiet location in Farnham and you will find a friendly welcome and comfortable accommodation not far from the centre of town.
There are two rooms available for B&B - a single room, The Lavender room, and a double room with a double bed, The Olive room.
Both rooms are very comfortable and have TV's, wardrobes, storage space for clothes and tea/coffee making facilities and Free Wifi.
Breakfasts are served from 6.30am in the week and from 7.00am at weekends. You can have a full cooked breakfast, or something simpler. There is always fresh fruit, yoghurt and a selection of cereals, porridge and toast available. We are proud to offer home made bread and fresh wholefoods that are organic as far as possible. Our eggs are local free range. Ros is happy to cater for those with special diets as long as she is given enough notice when booking. Breakfast is served from 6.30am – 8.30 am. Ros is always happy to provide a packed meal for guests who would like an early start.
Ros Knowles is the owner. She is a Reiki Master teacher and practises Reiki and other complementary therapies at home alongside running the B & B. Treatments are available for guests at a special price.
Dove House is not far from Farnham town centre – about a 10 – 15 minute walk. Farnham has a good choice of restaurants and pubs where you can get an evening meal or Ros can provide an evening meal by prior arrangement.
Guests can park quite safely on the road outside the house. The station is about a mile away, if guests need transport to and from the station, we can help. There are buses from the town to Guildford, Aldershot, Winchester, and Farnborough.
Dove House is ideal for people who are on business, or on courses locally, visiting family and friends, or party and wedding guests, or those just wanting a holiday break to visit the area.
Farnham will surprise you! Just an hour's drive from London, on modern high speed roads, take the turning and you enter a different world. It is an old English market town with narrow streets lined with some of the finest Georgian architecture in the South of England with a parish church and castle dating back to the 12th Century.
Farnham has a host of attractions for visitors, and its historic character combines with the best of modern facilities.
With a wealth of tempting opportunities for escaping to the countryside, shopping, eating out, sightseeing, visiting galleries or just sitting in gardens and flower filled yards soaking up the enchanting atmosphere.
If you spend some time walking around the town, especially near the parish church, St Andrews, and the small streets off the main shopping streets, you will find some beautiful buildings with great character.
Farnham has been an important place for thousands of years. Bronze and Iron Age peoples used it as a junction of track ways, and the Romans used its plentiful clay to make stunning pottery. The Saxons gave it its name.
There are lots of interesting places to visit in Farnham:
And not far away:
Some guests enjoy walking along the footpaths across farmland and hills just near Dove House, enjoying the views over the town and the rural landscape of Hampshire and Surrey.