8.8 milesAn historic and vibrant market town with first class shopping and restaurants. Step back in time at the Guildford Medieval Castle, The Tudor Guildhall, Jacobean Abbots Hospital and the Georgian Art Gallery. Special festivals including Guildford Summer Festival, Guildford Fringe Festival and Guildford Book Festival all bring national and international names to the town.
Froyle Tiles is a specialist tile shop based in the picturesque village of Hambledon, Surrey, offering tours of the workshop and an insight into the craft.
11.3 milesKnown for its Georgian streets, historic buildings and craft heritage, with easy access to the rural North Downs Way, Farnham is an historic market town nestled in the rolling Surrey Hills; offering visitors a chance to enjoy quintessential England, just and hour from the capital.
The Coal Yard Kitchen offers Cookery Classes where Jane can pass on her culinary skills to enhance your everyday cooking. Jane can pass on her culinary skills to enhance your everyday cooking.
The airshow combines a major trade exhibition for the aerospace and defence industries with a weekend of spectacular flying displays and fun for all the family.
Baking Classes with Nellys Bakes. Learn how to make delicious cupcakes, tray bakes and other sweet treats with Molly.
3.7 milesCreated in the early 20th century by Dr Wilfrid Fox, this hillside arboretum has now been maintained by the National Trust for 60 years and has built up an internationally significant collection of more than 1,000 different species of shrubs and trees, many of them rare.
19 days of racing take place at the world’s most beautiful racecourse between May and October including one of the undoubted highlights of the season, the Qatar Goodwood Festival – lovingly known as ‘Glorious Goodwood’.
Hambledon Village Shop is a not-for-profit organisation providing the village with a shop, post office and cafe, run by the community for the community.
4.5 milesNestling in a fold of the Surrey Hills are the award winning Ramster Gardens, with over 25 acres of peaceful woodland, views of lakes and hillsides, filled with colour and interest. It is famous for its magnificent displays of rhododendrons, azaleas and camelilias and many rare and unusual trees and flowering shrubs.
Situated in the beautiful South Downs National Park and recognised as the ‘Home of British Polo’, Cowdray Park is one of the busiest clubs in the world with some 450 matches played annually, the highlight of the season being the King Power for the British Open Polo Championship.
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