Pictures of Hascombe
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Part of the charm of Hascombe, are the several delightful gardens in the area, designed by Gertrude Jekyll (1843-1932) celebrated landscape designer of the 19th and 20th-century. Some of the gardens surround graceful houses designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, noted architect from the same period. Slightly away from the more cluttered Godalming which lies close-by, Hascombe is splendidly situated between dense wooded hills that are crowded with Rhododendrons, thus, Hascombe retains its air of quiet seclusion.
The main street is lined with picturesque colour washed tile-hung cottages built of sandstone. The nearby parish church dedicated to St.Peter was handsomely rebuilt during the Victorian period. It shows may exquisite adornments and is certainly well worth a visit.
Interestingly, a Dr.Fox lived to the north of Hascombe at Winkworth Farm. He was the founder of an association formed between the two World War's of the last century - the Roads Beautifying Association was formed primarily to plant flowers and shrubs in the hedges of new and other roads. The Winkworth Estate lies in a magnificent hillside setting, it is now owned by the National Trust but retains many of the rare and beautiful shrubs and trees planted by Wilfred Fox during the 1930's. It is open to the public.
There is a museum at Godalming and a short distance away you will find historic Loseley Park, a magnificent mansion visited by Queen Elizabeth I, Queen Mary and James I.
Nearby towns & villages..
in the county of Surrey(5.9 miles, 9.5 km, direction N of Hascombe)
It has a High Street of mellow Georgian buildings, and despite changing times Guildford is a town that has managed to maintain its charm and character...
a Historic Market Town in the county of Surrey(10.8 miles, 17.4 km, direction NW of Hascombe)
It was King Caedwalla of Wessex who, in 688 bestowed the Manor of Farnham on the Bishop's of Winchester...
in the county of West Sussex(11.5 miles, 18.5 km, direction S of Hascombe)
Petworth is an atmospheric place, it has a wealth of historic visitor attractions nearby and its close proximity to the attractive town of Chichester and its famous harbour...
a Historic Market Town in the county of Surrey(11.9 miles, 19.1 km, direction NE of Hascombe)
It is here that romantically Lord Nelson and Lady Hamilton said their good byes before Nelson departed for the Battle of Trafalgar in the year 1805...
in the county of Hampshire(12.3 miles, 19.8 km, direction NW of Hascombe)
This town is listed in the Doomsday Book of 1086, then it was a mere settlement which over the passing centuries developed into a village...All towns in SurreyComplete A to Z of towns in England
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The magnificent landscape of Winkworth was begun in 1937 when Dr.Wilfred Fox took the opportunity to acquire a parcel of land..... (4.8 miles, 7.7 km, direction N)
This lovely gabled Elizabethan house, built of a greenish-grey ragstone from the ruins of nearby Waverley Abbey, was built around..... (5.1 miles, 8.2 km, direction N)
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This is one of the few castles that the French did manage to capture. It was one of three English castle's taken by the Dauphin..... (6.5 miles, 10.5 km, direction N)
This great Surrey cathedral is one of the few churches to come out of the 20th-century. Its design by Sir Edward Maufe had been..... (6.6 miles, 10.6 km, direction NE)
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The Devils Punchbowl is situated in the east of Hindhead, the whole area is the largest open space in surrey. It is the gateway.....All attractions in HascombeAll attractions in SurreyComplete A to Z of attractions in England