Who would think that you could find such beautiful countryside just a stone’s throw from the city of London? With breathtaking scenery, the Surrey Hills are a designated ‘Area of Outstanding natural Beauty’, with historic villages, country houses, a wealth of top class attractions and waterways that meander through the countryside towards the River Thames.
Set in 26 acres of secluded Surrey woodland Edgeley has an atmosphere of tranquillity and is a …
- Indoor swimming pool
- Woodland setting
- Fitness centre
From £289 per Week
Tilford Woods Lodge Retreat is part of our Wanderwood Lodge Holidays Collection a hidden gem …
- Romantic retreat
- 1 hour drive from London
- Explore quintessential villages
From £429 per Week
Whether you’re visiting Surrey for a short or longer break you’ll find an outstanding selection of accommodation to meet the needs of even the most discerning holidaymaker.
Get on your bike or get out your walking boots – in Surrey there are different challenges to suit all levels of abilities, with off road mountain biking routes, gentle country lanes and off road paths where you can enjoy the freedom of walking and cycling in safety. The Downs Link, a disused railway line forms part of a long-distance route linking St Martha’s Hill, near Guildford, to near Shoreham on the south coast. The route is mainly through woodland and small meadow with views across adjoining fields, and there are various joining points along the way. Surrey’s nationally protected landscape of rolling chalk downs, flower rich grasslands, acid heaths and ancient woodlands provides some of the best walking in Southern England.
There are plenty of options for fun family days out in Surrey, beautiful gardens and historic houses to visit as well as a host of special events taking place throughout the season. Why not take a boat trip on the River Wey from Guilford Boat House. There are plenty of options for public or private charter trips or you can hire a rowing boat and do it yourself!
A day at the races? Choose from Epsom, Kempton, Sandown and Lingfield, you’re sure to catch a race meeting at one of them. However racecourses are not only for the races, you’ll find a wide range of other events including antiques fairs, bands, beer festivals and jazz nights.
Visit England’s largest vineyard with 265 acres of vines. A fascinating insight into all aspects of the wine producing process, with a visitors centre, garden centre, two restaurants and a well stocked wine and gift shop – liquid souvenirs.
The countdown to the 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games is on, and staying in Surrey is an ideal choice to commute to the games. The Olympic Cycling Road Race comes to Surrey in July 2012, and it’s a wonderful opportunity to experience the spectacle and atmosphere of an Olympic event free.