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There are still several buildings that date back to around 1500 in the High Street main area of Bletchingley, comprising[clarification needed] some 90 or so houses.[5]

Bletchingley is architecturally and topologically distinct: the central part of the village is a conservation area with several buildings timber-framed from the late Middle Ages and the village is set in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB). The Greensand Way runs fairly centrally through the parish, immediately south of the main village street which is part of the A25 road.

Bletchingley (historically "Blechingley") is a village in Surrey, England. It is on the A25 road to the east of Redhill and to the west of Godstone, has a conservation area with medieval buildings and is mostly on a wide escarpment of the Greensand Ridge, which is followed by the Greensand Way.

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In 1225 there is mention of Bletchingley as a borough. In the Middle Ages a borough was created by either the King or a Lord as a potentially profitable element in the development of their estates.

Click on the link to see how the Whyte Harte Hotel used to use the Inglenook fireplace.

There is one representative on Surrey County Council, Conservative Tony Elias whose extensive ward is called Godstone.[13] There are three representatives on Tandridge District Council:

Brewerstreet Farm is a Grade I listed building house, part 15th century, part Tudor; alterations and extension in 1850; further restoration in the 20th century. Close stud timber framed on a brick plinth with rendered infill, the roof is hipped of Horsham stone, with three symmetrically chimney stacks. A former medieval hall house, it has gabled end cross wings with jettied first floors, curly bargeboards and moulded dragon posts to stairwell corners.[12]

Warwick Wold is a hamlet immediately southeast of the M25 motorway/M23 motorway interchange and separated by a green buffer from Bletchingley by Lower Pendell Farm, which holds in one of its fields ruins of a Roman house, Lake Farm and Brewer Street Farm.[5]

The settlement appears in the Domesday Book as Blachingelei. It was held by Richard de Tonebrige. Its Domesday Assets were: 3 hides; 14 ploughs, 17 acres (69,000 m2) of meadow, woodland worth 58 hogs. Also 7 houses in London and Southwark. It rendered (in total): £15 13s 4d.[3]

Since our purchase and refurbishment of the pub in 2014 we are delighted with our great new look pub and feel proud to be part of the Bletchingley community. We are able to offer something to suit all ages, from bar snacks and a pint, to a 3 course slap up meal to a private dining room with TV for major sporting events, meetings and celebrations.

I visited this pub recently with family and as usual it was lovely. Great, attentive staff, beautiful food (especially the calamari) and a lovely selection of wines. We will be heading back again soon!

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St Mary the Virgin Church is just north of the crossroads of the village. Four of the monuments in the churchyard are listed at Grade II, all of them tombs. The reasons for its Grade I listing[1] are:

Our 8 rooms are comfortable, with modern fixtures yet in a traditional setting and our ‘Heritage rooms’ are the most talked about due to their unique feel.

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The nearest railway station, Nutfield, is about 2 miles (3 km) away in South Nutfield.

There's always something happening in The Willy or around Bletchingley.

iFootpath have created a 4 mile pub walk beginning and ending at The Bletchingley Arms to help you work up an appetite!

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The proportion of households in the civil parish who owned their home outright compares to the regional average of 35.1%. The proportion who owned their home with a loan compares to the regional average of 32.5%. The remaining % is made up of rented dwellings (plus a negligible % of households living rent-free).

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You can find us just off the A25 in the lovely village of Bletchingley. Follow this link to Google Maps to plan your journey.

Come and experience one of Bletchingley’s best kept secrets dating back centuries. This historic Pub and Hotel offers great food, modern and comfortable accommodation and convenience. We pride ourselves on our friendliness and our desire to make your stay truly comfortable, relaxing and enjoyable.

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Located in the beautiful village of Betchingley The Red Lion has become a very popular destination pub and eating house. The pub is open all day every day

We were delighted to be runner up in the 2015 Surrey Life Food & Drinks Awards.

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There is also a parish council with 9 members.[15]