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Glebe House is a family run farm estate in Godstone, Surrey, offering wonderful local produce from meat and eggs to honey and vegetables.

Once the home of Robert Harling, a former editor of House & Garden and friend to James Bond creator Ian Fleming, it is now under the ownership of the Gregory family and the estate is working for its living with a smallholding, managed by Garry Dicks.

It is home to rare breed pigs and cows, and a whole lot more as we discover below...

Gloucestershire Old Spots at  Glebe House Godstone | Local Food SurreyGlebe House honey bees producing local honey, Godstone | Local Food Surrey
Free-range duck eggs at Glebe House Godstone | Local Food SurreyDexter Cows at Glebe House, Godstone | Local Food Surrey

Top quality meat
Glebe House is helping to preserve two rare breeds through a tailored breeding programme: Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs and Dexter cattle.

Choose from gammon, bacon, sausages and other pork cuts such as loin, shoulder, leg and belly.

The beef is of outstanding quality and flavour with good marbling.

Local honey
There are currently six hives, housing over 200,000 bees, producing honey in summer and autumn.

Free-range eggs
Free-range eggs from a varied mix of chickens and ducks.

Seasonal vegetables
Including carrots, broccoli, runner beans, corn on the cob, potatoes, tomatoes and much more.

Seasoned logs
Logs from fallen trees on the estate are available to buy in mixed bags or oak. Glebe House is also supporting the woodland conservation programme and all fallen trees are replaced with fresh saplings.

  • Attends Farmers Market
  • Local Delivery
  • Local Ingredients
  • Takeaway Service
  • Trade Suppliers

Local Food Surrey says

Glebe House is a fascinating project bringing life to an historic country estate hidden away in the rural Surrey countryside. With small numbers of animals living outdoors through the year, their slow food ethos could be replicated in estates all across Surrey in time.  

In 2020, they are set to launch their new mobile farm shop, Maude, which will take their rare breed meat and other local food and drink around neighbouring villages.