About Seale

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Seale Natural Health

Manor Farm Craft Centre, Wood Lane, Seale, Farnham GU10 1HR

Tel: 01252 246824
For appointments please contact the relevant practitioner listed on the therapy pages or call the centre.

Click here for Directions

About Seale

Seale is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, in the Surrey Hills, just off the Hogs Back.  With links to the A31 and the A3, it is easily accessible.  Only 15 mins from Guildford, 12 mins from Farnborough, 10 mins from Farnham, 7 mins from Elstead and 17 mins from Godalming.

Visit Manor Farm Craft Centre

The Manor Farm Craft Centre was originally a milking parlour and cowsheds, first appearing on maps in the late nineteenth century. Used for dairy herds until 1979 when it was set up as a craft centre, owned by the Hampton Estate. http://www.hamptonestate.co.uk/

Our clients often make a day of their visit to us; they might begin by going for a walk, have their pre-booked appointment at Seale Natural Health, visit Shirley in the Craft Shop, WyndyMilla if they are into cycling then have lunch in the Tearoom.  A wonderful way to spend the day in the country.

Car Parking is free, however if you do plan to spend the day please do not park in our car park as it can fill up quickly.  Please park outside the centre in Seale Lane, thank you for your consideration.

Seale Craft Shop

Seale Craft Shop – Handmade crafts and cards from local craft people.  On Fridays and Saturdays there is bread, focaccia, scones and cakes to buy.  Open 11am – 5pm Tuesday to Sunday.

Tel: 01252 783488 https://www.facebook.com/sealecraftshop/

Tearoom

Manor Farm Tea Room – The tearoom is a converted barn with a wonderful atmosphere.  There is seating outside in the Summer and a cosy log burner in the Winter. They serve organic Coffee, loose teas, lunches, cakes, smoothies & juices, hot chocolate, cream teas.  Gluten free bread and cakes available.  Open Tuesday to Sundays 10 - 5pm. Tel: 01252 783661 https://www.facebook.com/Manorfarmtearoom/

Wyndymilla

WyndyMilla – Custom Handmade bicycles made on site.  They also produce various accessories so do pop in or shop online at their website http://www.wyndymilla.com

Open Monday 10.30 – 5.30pm Tuesday to Friday 9.30 – 5.30pm Saturday 9.30 – 5pm Tel: 01252 782960

Walking in Seale

With kind permission from local author Bill Andrews you can download a 5.5 miles walk around Seale, Puttenham and Cutt Mill here PDF.

If you would like to stay locally for a few days we have the Puttenham Camping Barn just up the road for walkers and cyclists, Surrey's premier log cabin resort Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat and The Princess Royal Lodge, in nearby Runfold. For more information on the areas attractions click here.

The tearoom has laminated off road maps for sale or you can get them at www.oaktreeroutes.co.uk.

If you are a seasoned rambler you might like to walk part of the North Downs Way.  Also part of the pilgrims way, the church next door St Laurence Seale provides a stamp for your pilgrim's passport.

Map for Walking: View PDF

St Lawrence Church, Seale

Directions to Seale Natural Health

At the top of Wood Lane is an old red phone box, now a defibrillator.  Turn down Wood Lane, the Manor Farm Craft Centre is on the right hand fork.

From Elstead

Past the Elstead Mill, 2nd turning on the right to Seale Road, Continue for 1.2mi, over the crossroads onto Elstead Road, continue for 1.3mi, turn left and Wood Lane is on your right.

From Farnham

Follow the A31 towards Guildford, take Seale, Tongham turn off.  Turn left to the Street, turn right to Elstead Road 0.5mi down the hill, turn left to Wood Lane.

From Guildford

From the A3 towards Portsmouth take the A31 turn off 6.3mi. Take Seale, Tongham turn off.  Turn left to the Street, turn right to Elstead Road 0.5mi down the hill, turn left to Wood Lane.

Public Transport

From Guildford railway station (stop B) take the 65 bus towards Alton for 14 stops to Hogs Back Hotel (westbound). 7 mins walk down the Elstead Road and turn left at Wood Lane, Takes 20 mins.

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