Found at the top of the North Downs escarpment, the village of Woldingham boasts a high proportion of large detached houses and is an area of highly prized and highly priced properties, due to its desirability and exclusivity.
With private education at Woldingham School and Caterham School nearby, together with a very popular commuter railway station at the foot of the hill, the heart of the village is The Crescent and its small selection of shops. Woldingham’s larger houses do not change hands very often, making it a highly sought-after place to buy your forever family home.
As the village does not has its own public house, the Village Club, found in the centre of the village, has emerged as the natural alternative. A members only club offering a friendly atmosphere for locals together with hosting sporting, music and charity events, an annual beer festival and a menu with daily specials.
Upper Court Rd
Found just beyond the village margins is this wonderful 16th century farmhouse, situated on the Titsey Estate and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Since the major refurbishments of 2015 this charming eatery has be reborn an offers visitors, cyclists and walkers alike a varied and quality menu and wine list. Our advice, load up the dog, walk in the picturesque countryside and quench your thirst afterwards with one of their fine ales.