Hotels in Surrey
Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa Nutfield Surrey
Dating back to 1872, Nutfield Priory is a four star hotel set in 12 acres high on Nutfield ridge, enjoying breathtaking views of the Surrey and Sussex countryside.
Woodlands Park Hotel Cobham Surrey
Built in 1885, the house was a modern marvel and one of the first in the UK to have electric light. Over a century on, the house remains as impressive as ever.
There is plenty to see and do in Surrey. This county has it all, a selection of top visitors attractions as well as the wonderful North Downs.
Things to do around Nutfield
Chartwell- the family home and garden of Sir Winston Churchill
Voted by BBC viewers as the ‘Greatest Briton’, we best know Sir Winston Churchill from his public oratory, urging 'Victory at all costs'. However, what was he like in private? Get some unexpected insights into his personality at Chartwell, Churchill's country retreat. You will enjoy an unrivalled collection of Churchill paintings, photographs and memorabilia, the beautiful rose and water gardens commissioned by the Churchill’s countryside walks with stunning views over the Weald and a productive vegetable garden, restored using original plans.
Denbies Wine Estate- England's largest vineyard
If you are interested in wine or just fancy a unique day out. Denbies Wine Estate is an all weather destination offering tours, wine tasting & events throughout the year.
Denbies was established in 1986 and has 265 acres of vines overlooking Box Hill on the North Downs. Denbies is widely acknowledged as the finest example of a working winery open to the general public. The Indoor cinema tour and wine tasting, seasonal outdoor vineyard train and nature trail offer visitors a unique experience. Also available are restaurants, gift shop, art gallery & kitchen garden centre.
Helicopter sightseeing flights
Experience the thrill of a vertical take off and enjoy amazing views of London and the beautiful Surrey countryside.
Starting out from Redhill Aerodrome, located only a few minutes from our hotel, you would follow the River Thames through the heart of London with an unforgettable helicopter flight through one of the world’s greatest capitals. The trip gives you a unique perspective and spectacular views of some of London’s most famous historic landmarks, including the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, St. Paul’s Cathedral & Buckingham Palace. It is a once in a lifetime experience.
Prices from just £115 per person. Alternatively, go one-step further and arrange a flying lesson from £165.
Each experience is within minutes of our hotel. And if you like to walk then perhaps follow in the footsteps of pilgrims as you journey through inspirational countryside on the North Downs Way National Trail. Steeped in history, this 153 mile route offers spectacular views and peaceful landscapes along the North Downs in Surrey and Kent.
Things to do in Cobham
Cobham is an ancient settlement whose origins can be traced back through the Roman times to the Iron Age. Cobham consists of two main settlements - Church Cobham, clustered around the church near the banks of the River Mole, and Street Cobham, which grew up along the old Portsmouth Road, now bypassed by the modern A3. The village stands on the river Mole, adjacent to Stane-street, 3¼ miles SE of Weybridge.
Many fine country houses were built around Cobham including Painshill Park with its famous garden laid out by Charles Hamilton in the mid-eighteenth century. The garden has been painstakingly restored in recent years.
Hampton Court Palace
While in Cobham one should not miss the opportunity to see Hampton Court, it is truly a palace worth visiting. From ballrooms to landscaped gardens, an experience that will be in your memories forever.
If these beautiful walks leave you breathless and a relaxing day of taking in the arts is more up your street then look no further because one of the many things to see and do in Surrey are its museums. You will find lots of museums, like the Byfleet Heritage Centre, Chertsey Museum, Clanton Park, Cobham Bus Museum, Brooklands Museum and many more. So if history and arts tickle your fancy then a weekend in Cobham is well over due.
If Gardens are not your thing then do not fear because Surrey has plenty to offer. The Surrey Hills offer some of South East most beautiful and accessible countryside. Famous beauty spots include Box Hill. With an outstanding area of woodland an England’s chalk down land, Box Hill has long been famous as a destination for day-trippers from London.
The Royal Landscape
Only 35 minutes away, The Royal Landscape is a thousand acres of landscaped gardens, lakes and woodland, incorporating The Savill Garden, The Valley Gardens and Virginia Water Lake.
Painshill was created between 1738 and 1773 by the Hon Charles Hamilton, 9th son and 14th child of 6th Earl of Abercorn. A painter, plantsman and brilliantly gifted and imaginative designer, he dedicated his creative genius to the layout and composition of a landscape garden which was unique in Europe and still remains so.
Not for the faint hearted but Cobham has one of the best paint balling centres in Surrey. Perfect for days out with the kids or friends. It has various game zones from movie sets to air force bases and the list is endless. Great day for the energetic amongst you.
Wisley Gardens – Royal Horticultural Society
(11 miles – 20 minutes)
The flagship garden of the RHS, Wisley captures the imagination with richly planted borders, luscious rose gardens and of course, the state-of-the-art new Glasshouse. Wisley Gardens is also a fantastic day out with friends or family whatever time of year. Early spring begins with witch hazels and snowdrops with bolder colours from daffodils and tulips following late spring which brings vibrant colours from the rhododendrons and azaleas before summer arrives with roses, delphiniums and sweet peas. Autumn sees the last flowers with dahlias and chrysanthemums plus autumn foliage.