Surrey is a lovely place to work, with lots of leafy green outdoor spaces, you are a short train ride back into central london and only an hour from the coast for sunny days spent at the beach. It even has its own vineyard which does tours for wine tasting. The olympic cycle route came through surrey and showed off the splendour of the countryside.
Just a stone’s throw from London, in England’s south east corner, Surrey offers a great diversity of accommodation and things to do as well as mouth watering restaurants, cafes and pubs that cater for all tastes. Historic villages nestle perfectly alongside vibrant towns, surrounded at every turn by the stunning Surrey countryside. Whether you’re visiting Surrey for business or leisure, Surrey is perfect for your annual conference, a day trip or weekend away with friends and family.
Surrey is divided by the chalk ridge of the North Downs, running east-west. The ridge is pierced by the rivers Wey and Mole, which are tributaries of the Thames, the river which constituted the northern border of the county as far as Bermondsey before the late 19th century. The River Bourne, a tributary west of the Thames from near Ascot, Berkshire and Hogsmill River, east of the Thames from Ewell, Surrey feed into the southern meander of the Thames, part of which crosses the county.