Set high in the Surrey Hills with
magnificent views and surrounded by woodland, Long Copse is considered one of
the finest of the Arts and Crafts Houses in Surrey. The eminent Victorian
artist, George Watts, who lived nearby, thought that "Long Copse was the
most beautiful house in Surrey".
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Long Copse is situated on
the South face of the North Downs with views all the way to the South Downs.
Eighty miles of footpaths & bridle ways, begin at the entrance gate. To add
to the scenic quality we have a small flock of Jacob sheep that graze the
fields, provide a yearly crop of lambs and give great enjoyment.
Within easy access are pubs, picturesque villages, such as Shere, lovely
churches, & the magnificent National Trust properties of Polesden Lacy,
Hatchlands and Clandon. Guildford, Dorking and Horsham provide all the amenities
of larger historic towns.
Within an hour or so are many more historic
places such as Hampton Court, Chartwell, Hever Castle, Chawton, Sissinghurst,
Winchester, Brighton and Chichester, The Weald & South Down Museum at
Singleton and, of course, all that London has to offer.