Farnham is an old English market town in Surrey lined with narrow streets and stunning Georgian architecture. In keeping with this scenic heritage of Farnham lies the town's parish church and castle dating back to the 12th Century. The town itself is the largest town in Waverley, with a total resident population of 38,000 people.
Visibly combining the old with the new, Farnham is a thriving town, home of the first Cistercian Abbey to be founded in Britain and Waverley Abbey, both open to visitors. Farnham's attractive Grade I listed award-winning Museum still has many of its original features, a well informed library of resources and a wide range of children's activities and temporary exhibitions throughout the year.
'Guildbury's at Farnham Castle' is a unique experience during the summer months, showcasing theatrical performances and inviting visitors to picnic in the open air of this beautiful setting.