Tourist information for the Surrey Three Peaks area

Brockham Bonfire

Returning in 2022

The fantastic Brockham Bonfire will return in 2022 - this is a bonfire night celebration in a village close to Dorking, and we expect it'll be held on the Saturday evening of our November Surrey Three Peaks Challenge event next year.

This is a great local event, if you'll be staying nearby following the challenge. Brockham is a 10-minute drive from our event start/finish point, and the Bonfire is lit around 7pm.

Let us know if you operate a businesses local to the Surrey Three Peaks route, which is suitable for challenge participants to visit before, during or after their challenge - we'll be happy to promote you here.

The Royal Oak, pub and restaurant

In the village of Holmbury St Mary, The Royal Oak a perfect country pub close to our route. They serve excellent food and have their own microbrewery.

Surrey Hills Brewery

Based at Denbies Wine Estate, the Surrey Hills is a small brewery supplying direct to customers and to local pubs with their famous beers, such as award winning Shere Drop, Ranmore and Greensand IPA. Take home sales are available direct from the brewery at Denbies.

Denbies Wine Estate

The largest vineyard in England, we take in great views of Denbies' land on our Surrey Three Peaks event. The estate includes their visitor centre, with their shop, wine tastings, cafe and boutique hotel.

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