Close Attractions

The Half Moon

Wisley Gardens

The world famous RHS Gardens at Wisley are just 1.5 miles away 

Thorpe Park

Amusement park, with over 30 rides , just 20 minutes away.

Pyrford Golf Club

18 hole course designed by peter Alliss and Clive Clark, an area of outstanding natural beauty, under 10 minutes away

The Drift Golf Club - East Horsley

Originally part of the Lord Lovelace Estate, the Drift Golf Club nestles at the foot of the North Surrey Hills just 20 miles from the centre of London. Created in the mid-70s by Sir Henry Cotton and architect Robert Sandow, the par 73 18-hole course is 6,425 yards long. It is completely tree-lined with the back nine tightly packed with rhododendrons - a spectacular sight in season. Wildlife is abundant with deer, fox, ducks and multitudes of rabbits, along with the Club mascot - the pheasant being regular visitors. The Clubhouse offers a spectacular view over the 18th Green with the bar and lounge opening out onto a patio area. The clubhouse offers a varied selection of light snacks and meals served throughout the day. The Drift Golf Club offers a variety of membership opportunities for individuals, couples and companies - information is available on request. The Club boasts a busy social and golfing calendar offering full and varied fixtures throughout the year.

Chessington World of Adventures - Surrey

There is something for all the family at the south's No.1 Theme Park and Animal Attractions (Near London UK). From the crazy comedy capers in Beanoland, where you can meet Dennis the Menace, Gnasher, Billy Whizz, and all his friends from the Beano. Spine-tingling rides and awesome attractions, like the white knuckle roller coasters The Vampire and Rattlesnake, the infamous Samurai ... can you handle it?, the Wet and Wonderful Bubble Works, even become an Xtreme Agent in the all new Action Man Training HQ.

Box Hill - The Old Fort - Tadworth

Box Hill is an outstanding area of woodland and chalk downland, long famous as a destination for day-trippers from London, but surprisingly extensive and with much to offer the rambler and naturalist. There are many beautiful walks and spectacular views towards the South Downs. On the summit there is an information centre, shop with plant sales, servery and a fort dating from the 1890s, (which is partly open to the public).

Sandown Exhibition Centre

Welcome to the Sandown Park Exhibition, Conference and Banqueting Centre. The recently refurbished complex provides an ideal, modern venue for Organisers of events of all types and sizes. Three Exhibition floors offer up to 5,000 m2 gross space for trade and consumer events; 6 elegantly furnished suites offer seating capacities from 60 to 450 for conferences, presentations, dinners and weddings; over 30 individual meeting rooms offer space for training, seminars and boardroom meetings. All meeting areas have glorious open views, many with external balconies and terraces.

Dorking Golf Club - Dorking

Welcome to Dorking Golf Club. A Traditional Parkland Course, established in 1897 in the heart of Surrey. With its tree-lined fairways and panoramic views, Dorking Golf Club is a great golfing venue. Dorking Golf Club are pleased to announce an extensive range of memberships, aimed at all types of golfer at very competitive prices. Visitors are welcome to play from 2pm on Saturdays, from 12 noon on Sundays and mid-week everyday except Monday and Wednesday mornings. Dorking Golf Club are pleased to extend an invitation to all visitors and small golfing parties to come along and enjoy the golf course. Bookings are avilable for small individual groups and societies with as little as 8 players and a maximum of 48 players. The Club Lounge is open daily serving a variety of bar snacks and a daily specials board. With views over looking the 18th fairway and the Surrey countryside it is an ideal location to bring friends and family for a lunch time treat.

Hampton Court Palace

For over 500 years, Hampton Court Palace has stood serenely on the banks of the River Thames. Many important historical figures, including 12 monarchs, have fallen helplessly for her charms. Will you join them? One of Henry VIII's most enduring passions was for the palace on the Thames. To this day, you can still experience the beauty that so enthralled him, as you stroll around six acres of magnificent buildings. Each and every corner will capture your heart. Beneath the colonnade in Clock Court is the entrance to the King's Apartments lovingly restored to their full glory after the fire of 1986. Here, you'll find the King's Great Bedchamber and his Eating Room as well as the magnificent King's Staircase.

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