Towns in Surrey
Steeped in history with cobbled streets and twisting lanes, Surrey's market towns showcase beautiful timber-framed buildings, castle keeps and abbey ruins, alongside an eclectic mix of independent and big name stores.
Vibrant Guildford, the largest town of Surrey, brings together chic shopping and stylish places to eat and drink, surrounded by historic buildings, such as the iconic Guildhall and clock tower, theatres and entertainment venues.
Riverside Kingston -upon -Thames offers destination shopping and waterfront dining only 25 minutes from central London. Home to a bustling market for more than 800 years, and the place where Saxon Kings were crowned, the town now hosts a busy calendar of festivals and events throughout the year. It is also one of the major shopping destinations for Surrey and is also the County town of Surrey.
Historic Dorking, surrounded by the beautiful Surrey Hills, is home to a thriving arts community, a renowned antiques and eclectic vintage shops quarter in West Street and is within easy reach of Denbies Wine Estate.
Whilst modern Woking, original home of 'Modfather' Paul Weller and "The Jam", features the contemporary influence of HG Wells, author of War of the Worlds and the award-winning gallery and museum - The Lightbox.