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Surrey is a county in southeast England and is the former home of Henry VIII. Among its famous landmarks you will find Waverley Abbey, a ruined medieval monastery with a vaulted dining hall. Surrey is a great place to holiday. Choose from luxury lodges or cosy cottages, offering great self catering accommodation. This gives you great flexibility and acts as an ideal base to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

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Explore Surrey's scenic footpaths. With some of the best attractions in the South East England, first class entertainment venues and an outdoor adventure playground waiting to be discovered, you'll find an abundance of things to do in Surrey. Hire holiday cottage rentals and relax and explore the beautiful countryside and surrounding chocolate box villages. For those who love walking we have some of the most extensive footpaths networks in the country. Visit one of Surrey’s vibrant towns and discover some of our independent shops and cafes.


When you visit Guildford in the heart of Surrey you will find a vibrant market town with excellent shopping, a wide selection of attractions, places to eat and drink, and a heritage dating back to Saxon times. Guildford is just 35 minutes from London Waterloo by train and well served by the A3 and M25. Choose to stay in the town centre close to the shops and entertainment, or head for a cottage or lodge in the countryside, and relax by walking or cycling in the surrounding countryside. Stroll along the banks of the River Wey to unwind.


A historic charming market town located in the very south of Surrey. Surrounded by stunning countryside Haslemere is one of the gems of the Surrey hills area of outstanding natural beauty. The many shops, restaurants and cafés in the town ensure a vibrant atmosphere. The Haslemere Museum has fascinating exhibitions throughout the year and is also home to artefacts from ancient civilisations, including an Egyptian Mummy, as well as specimens from the animal kingdom, fossils and plants.


Shere is a beautiful, quintessential English village located between the towns of Guildford and Dorking. The village offers visitors charming buildings, a stream with ducks, a small museum, a tearoom, two pubs, as well as the 12th century, St James Church a church. The parish of Shere includes Gomshall, Peaslake, Holmbury St Mary, Shere and part of Abinger Hammer all nestled firmly in the Surrey Hills and are considered Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


Start your culinary adventure in Surrey and sink your teeth into a tasty line-up of great places to eat and drink. From fine dining Michelin starred restaurants, to our glorious county pubs and cosy cafes, you'll soon discover that fabulous food and drink is always top of the menu in Surrey. Surrey’s terrain of chalk bones covered with well-drained sandy and chalky top-soils make it the perfect location for English sparkling wine production. Delia Smith, the famous British cook and television presenter was born in Surrey.


Surrey's location in the South East of England and excellent travel options makes it the ideal base for leisure travellers. The rail and bus network across Surrey are first-rate with regular fast services connecting to London Waterloo and London Victoria rail stations. Surrey has two international airports on its boundaries, Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport offering excellent air connections both for internal and international visitors and the private airports.