Escape to the woods with your loved one when you stay in the stunning Falkner Wastersedge Lodge in Farnham’s secret gem…
Sharing it’s name with the famous American writer William Falkner who is perhaps most famous for being the screenwriter behind the 1946 Humphrey Bogart film ‘The Big Sleep’, you won’t find anywhere more tranquil and sleepy than our Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat which is entrenched in the Surrey countryside.
Onsite you will find a well kept pond which is home to our very own family of Darwin Ducks, and you will be well placed to make the most of this feature when you book a break in the Falkner Watersedge Lodge which overlooks the pond. This is best enjoyed from the privacy of your very own veranda which this accommodation comes equipped with. Sit out on the rustic garden furniture provided and feel at one with nature.
The inside of the holiday lodge is equally as luxurious, with traditional styling which oozes excellence. You have your own king size four poster bed, private dining area and even an indoor sauna which is the perfect place to chill out in the heat. Also provided inside the lodge is a bath where you can lie back and rest your aching muscles after a busy day exploring the Surrey countryside.
Despite the traditional styling, the Falkner Watersedge Lodge also features a wide range of modern entertainment luxuries including a Flat screen TV with Freeview built in DVD player. This is in addition to a selection of traditional board games. This remarkable lodge even has underfloor heating to ensure that it can be enjoyed in all seasons.
The lodge offers complete self catering facilities. This includes a fully sized fridge freezer, oven, microwave and even a dishwasher so you won’t even have to wash the pots and pans yourself. Enjoy your culinary wonders in the spacious dining area inside the lodge or alternatively on the veranda overlooking the pond for the ultimate romantic setting.
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* Images are typical of the Falkner Watersedge Lodge and interiors may vary slightly