Out and About in Surrey
Being in Surrey we have many interesting places to visit. Whether you want to visit historic houses and gardens, play a round of golf or taste some local wines, our knowledgeable concierge team will be delighted to help in any way possible. A few of our favourite places include:
Offering a 360 degree panoramic view of the beautiful surrounding countryside, Guildford Castle makes for a great day out in Guildford with fun for all the family. Discover the beautifully manicured gardens and explore the history behind Guildford’s medieval castle.
Silent Pool Distillers
The Silent Pool Distillers’ Gin Experience is perfect for Gin lovers and Gin newbies alike. Tour the distillery, learn the history of Gin and take the taste test!
Looking to relax? Enjoy a tranquil boat trip along the River Wey. Boats pass through lovely vegetation and offer a completely different view of the Guildford we know and love.
Why not spend some time admiring the artwork at Watts Gallery – The Artist’s Village in the nearby village of Compton; a unique artistic gem in the Surrey Hills where you can marvel at splendid Victorian painting and sculptures.
Guildford Escape Rooms
Put your detective skills to the test with a fully interactive challenge at Guildford Escape Rooms. Find the clues, solve the puzzles and beat the room.
Step back in time with a visit to one of Guildford and the surrounding areas many monasteries. Tucked away near the River Wey, Waverley Abbey retains much of it’s original features including parts of the monks’ dormitory, chapter-house and infirmary chapel. St. Augustine’s Abbey is also worth a visit as visitors can also enjoy the museum.
Activities at Barnett Hill Hotel
Bramley Heath & Shamley Green Walk
The nearest walking path to our estate, this 9 mile (14km) walk through the Surrey Hills takes you through twists and turns of incredible wilderness with breathtaking views to match. Just leave Barnett Hill Hotel and head onto Blackheath Lane. Turn right at the end of the road and you will shortly arrive at the start of the walk.
Today cycling has become a cornerstone in fitness campaigns, with the London 2012 Olympic Games seeing a huge increase in participation across the UK. Now it’s your turn to take to the roads and explore the stunning Surrey Hills by bike! Our guide offers 5 different routes to help you explore Surrey, with helpful tips and hints to get you well on your way…happy pedalling!