The Langshott lanes is cycle-friendly area with a flat cycle route approximately 120 yards from The Farmhouse Pub. Why not stop off at The Farmhouse for a refreshing drink or a bite to eat before or after your journey?
You can also cycle from Redhill to Horley following the National Cycle Route 21. The cycle lasts approximately 2-3 hours where countryside meets the town of Redhill. In July 2016, Sustrans (a charity which promotes cycle routes in the UK), cycled the National Cycle Route 21, stopping at The Farmhouse Pub for a well deserved lunch!
Distance: 94 miles
Terrain: A mixture of quiet roads, bridleway and some traffic free sections
The route is open and signed as the Downs and Weald cycle route.
1. Greenwich to Crawley
This section of the route follows the Waterlink Way through South-East London on quiet residential roads. After leaving Greater London the route becomes more rugged but this improves once you have passed under the M25. The route continues on to Redhill and then Crawley where you can connect with Route 20.
2. Crawley to Eastbourne
The section between Crawley and Eastbourne takes you east to East Grinstead along the traffic free Worth Way and then through Forest Way Country Park. This takes you onto Groombridge following a disused railway line with fabulous views of the River Medway. The route then continues on through Eridge and Mayfield before joining the traffic free Cuckoo Trail at Heathfield. The route takes you all the way to Eastbourne Park and along the Eastbourne coast.