The Farm's Story
Based in the Surrey Hills, Hill House Farm is a family run farm dedicated to connecting people to the countryside, whether that be through great food or outstanding rural experiences.
Our "farm to fork" rare breed pork and lamb is free range and home reared on our 17 hectare farm near Dorking, Surrey. We pride ourselves on creating high quality products from our Gloucester Old Spot pigs and Southdown sheep with great provenance and low food miles.
We are passionate about what we do and love to talk about it! We believe it’s really important to know where your food comes from and what’s gone into creating it. That’s why educating young people on topics ranging from animal husbandry to food preparation using natural ingredients, in a fantastic outdoor environment, is at the very heart of what we do.
Don't just take our word for it, see what our customers say about our 'farm to fork' food...
"I really wanted to thank you for providing the food for my party a few weeks ago. The pork, sausages and rolls were all delicious and were enjoyed by everyone…. The pulled pork went down so well, I wished I had had a bit more for myself that night, but you know what it’s like when your hosting!" - Josie Bulloch
"Many thanks for such an amazing ham for the Sunday party. It was delicious and there were many compliments headed in your direction. You provided a wonderful service and it was wonderful to have the ham delivered to [our home]. It made my life so much easier. We will definitely be contacting you again on our next occasion." - Julia Wilson
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Hill House Farm's History
As early as the 1700s, Hill House Farm, based in the Surrey Hills, an Outstanding Area of Natural Beauty, has been used as agricultural land, probably for the grazing of sheep and cattle.
An Ordnance survey map from 1843 is the first to depict the precise location for Hill House farm, including a house, garden and orchard. A later map from 1871 goes into more detail, showing the partly wooded area and two ponds.
By the early 1900s the farm is unrecognizable from the earlier maps, with the original buildings either demolished or incorporated into new, larger structures, and by 1963 the Ordnance Survey map shows the Farm as a much larger complex made up of at least a dozen structures and very similar to how it stands today.
The Jones family, the current owners, purchased it in 1998. For a number of years they let the paddocks to tenant farmers. Over time the family developed an interest in rare breed Gloucester Old Spot pigs and this was followed a few years later by Southdown sheep.
Since 2016 the Jones family has been farming the land themselves with an ever-growing herd of pigs and sheep and by 2018 the farm had become a full-time operation for the family. A food production unit was built to enable the preparation of our award winning food products, which are sold locally within a 30 mile radius.
Hill House Farm,
Misbrooks Green Road,
Come and see us at the following shows, farmers markets and events in and around Surrey this year - and try our farm to fork pork!