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High Clandon Estate Vineyard
East Clandon
Surrey
GU4 7RP

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Open by appointment. Contact us for visiting hours.

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How to find us

By Car from London or M25

10 minutes from Junction 10 on the M25 (A3 -Wisley interchange)

On A3 towards Guildford, after Junction 10 of the M25, take the Ockham / Ripley B2039 turn-off and continue through Ockham and West Horsley until you reach the A246. l Turn right here at the roundabout and take A246 towards Guildford. l Soon after Hatchlands (National Trust), turn sharp left into a tiny lane – Blakes Lane l Continue for about 20 yards on Blakes Lane and go up hill through gates called High Clandon. l High Clandon Estate Vineyard entrance is 200 yards up the hill and first gate on the left. Parking is in the woodland area. 

By Train

Guildford Station is linked directly to Waterloo, Woking and Reading Stations. 

There is a good taxi rank at Guildford & Woking Stations both about 15 minutes by car from High Clandon. 

Taxi service called FiveSixes also available Tel: 01483 565656.

By Car from Guildford or A3
South of Guildford

10 minutes

Take A3 towards London, just past Guildford take the first ramp for Ripley/Send A247 and then follow signs for A25 then A246, OR go through Guildford centre and aim for the A25 and then A246 to Horsley/ Leatherhead. l On A246 to Leatherhead /Horsley, just as the double carriageway ends (right after sign to Shere/ Staples Lane – do NOT go in here. Wrong road!), ready to slow down to do a sharp right into a tiny lane – Blakes Lane. l Continue for about 20 yards on Blakes Lane and go up hill through gates called High Clandon. l High Clandon Estate Vineyard entrance is 200 yards up the hill and first gate on the left. Parking is in the woodland area.

Mobility

We have endeavoured to make your visit comfortable and access for wheelchair or aided walkers is good. The only area that presents a small challenge is a short 5 metre distance on gravel.