Farnham lies just next to Surrey’s border with Hampshire, and is a popular spot for shopping because of its wide range of independent retailers, some of which have been in business since the 19th century. Rangers Furnishing Stores was established in 1895, Elphicks department store in 1881, and Pullingers has been selling arts and crafts supplies since 1850 and is definitely worth a visit. The town is the western starting point of the North Downs Way National Trail, and National Cycle Route 22 links it to Guildford, East Surrey, and, for more adventurous travellers, the New Forest and the Isle of Wight.
With so much to see and do there, it’s no wonder that parking in Farnham town centre can be a challenge. Reserve a cheap, convenient space in advance with YourParkingSpace to avoid the queues.
Interesting historical spots close to Farnham include:
- Mother Ludlam’s Cave
- Waverley Abbey
- Farnham Castle
Motorists are always looking for empty spaces in Farnham. Register your vacant driveway, parking space or lock-up garage in moments and get paid monthly.