Embers Polesden Lacey is our very own hidden gem. Within striking distance of London, set within a stunning National Trust estate in the Surrey Hills and surrounded by 1,400 acres of renowned natural beauty, there’s so much to see and explore.
With freshly made wood-fired pizzas, your own personal campfire and piping hot showers with underfloor heating, you’re in for a treat.
Here at Embers we try to provide everything you might need to make your stay an authentic and comfortable one. Our oak shower and washrooms even come with underfloor heating, offering a little taste of luxury.
Be sure to feast on our freshly made wood-fired pizzas during your stay or flame-grilled burgers in the evenings. In the mornings, we provide bacon sandwiches and hotdogs during the day.
Our on-site shop provides hot drinks such as freshly ground coffee, fantastic ice cream in scoops or cones, drinks and snacks. We promise you won’t go hungry during your stay.
At Embers Polesden Lacey, we are proud to offer the unique experience of camping in the Surrey Hills at one of England’s most beautiful National Trust properties.
As our campsite is close to the centre of the estate, you’ll enjoy direct access to the famous House and gardens during their opening hours. The House provided the ultimate location for renowned socialite Margaret Greville to entertain Edwardian high society. The décor in the spectacular gold saloon was designed by Ritz architects Mewes and Davies…a must-see for its sheer opulent decadence.
Further afield, there are 1,400 acres of ancient woodland and 4 main estate walks from easy to more strenuous hikes across the Surrey Hills.
Having such an iconic setting right on your doorstep is an unmissable opportunity.
Polesden Lacey’s own café and coffee shop offer a wide choice of delicious home-cooked dishes, tasty bites and refreshments.
The Cow Shed Coffee Shop, situated near the main entrance, offers freshly made sandwiches, hot light lunches and sweet treats. Everything is served in takeaway containers to either enjoy in the coffee shop or be taken into the grounds, where you can find a special spot to relax and enjoy the views.
In the Granary Café you'll find a full menu with a variety of dishes, including unique dishes reflecting the spirit of Polesden Lacey. They also have a range of delectable cakes and offer classic cream teas.
As the campsite is found within the unspoilt National Trust Polesden Lacey Estate, cars can only enter the campsite after 5pm for setting up camp. If you arrive between the hours of 2pm to 5pm, the campsite manager can shuttle bulky items such as tents to the campsite during a few runs, otherwise you can walk onto site by footpath and use our trolleys. You could also wander and explore the beautiful estate from 2pm while you wait for friends to join you.
Cars are parked overnight in the main National Trust Car Park, about a 10 minute walk from the campsite. Check out is 11am on the day of your departure, with all vehicles to be off site by 10am.See More Info