The Surrey Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and is one of 46 nationally protected landscapes in the UK. The Hills stretch across a quarter of the county of Surrey and offer some of southeast England’s most beautiful and accessible countryside. Famous beauty spots include Box Hill, Leith Hill, and the Devil’s Punch Bowl. You will discover an extensive footpath network, open commons, inspiring views, attractive market towns, villages and much more.
Rail Services into London Waterloo within the area we cover include Haslemere, Godalming, Farnham, Guildford and Dorking
Road Infrastructures: The A31 from Winchester passed through The South Downs National Park and links to the A3 to London from Guildford. From Dorking the A24 heads north to London and South back to the A272.
Schools: State schools across the age ranges include The Raleigh School, George Abbot, and Godalming College. There is a highly regarded selection of independents across the county to include Cranleigh, Charterhouse, and Frensham Heights.
The area boasts of easy access to London’s multifaceted cultural and sporting attractions, as well as the many activities in the popular town of Guildford. There are also the beautiful gardens at RHS Wisley.
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