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Surrey may be just a short commute from London, but it's a county a world away from the hustle and bustle of the capital, and it's full of surprises. From some of the most beautiful countryside in the south east to a great range of family entertainment, historic country houses and a vibrant arts and culture scene, Surrey has everything you need for a brilliant break. There are guesthouses and hotels in Surrey that cater for all tastes, and a choice of cheap and cheerful bed and breakfasts scattered throughout the area.
Surrey is famous for its vast tracts of woodland and rolling green countryside. Its numerous official Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty include the Surrey, Holmbury, Box and Leith Hills, and the ancient heathlands of Thursley, Witley and Chobham Commons are popular with walkers throughout the year. The Devil's Punchbowl natural amphitheatre is just one of nature's wonders here that you can see when you stay at a Surrey hotel or guesthouse.
When it comes to finding somewhere to visit with the family from your Surrey hotel or B&B you'll be spoilt for choice. Brooklands Museum, for instance, in Weybridge, has been hosting a range of motorsports events for many decades, and its Napier-Railton 4D experience is truly spectacular. For sporting fans there are famous racecourses at Sandown, Epsom Downs, Lingfield and Kempton, and in Guildford there's the treetop experience of Wild Wood for the kids. If you're based at a Surrey hotel or guesthouse close to any of these venues you have everything needed for a fun and entertaining day out.
Whether you're staying at a bed and breakfast in Guildford or a smart boutique hotel in Farnham over to the west, you have easy access to some of the most beautiful countryside in the whole of the United Kingdom. Leith Hill near Dorking for instance offers the most perfect, panoramic views across the county and in clear weather you can see not only London but the distant coastline as well. Box Hill is popular for walking, cycling and picnicking, and the nearby National Trust Centre offers a selection of leaflets for self-guided tours of the region. Richmond Park is renowned for its fallow and red deer, descendants of the royal herds that were maintained for the king's sport when the area was a royal hunting park. Speaking of royalty, at Runnymede near Egham the Magna Carta was signed (somewhat reluctantly!) by King John in 1215, and you can also see the JFK memorial nearby.
With royal palaces, beautiful countryside, vibrant towns and cities and some great shopping opportunities, Surrey makes the perfect destination if you're looking for a break full of variety and excitement but with plenty of space for relaxation too. Choose a suitable Surrey hotel or guesthouse in this lovely county and you'll have easy access to whole host of fabulous experiences.