Art, Restaurants and Hotels in Surrey

Surrey is a beautiful part of England. In addition to its natural beauty, it also has wonderful places to eat, stay, and visit. Here are the top three restaurants, hotels, and arts venues.


1. Nomads Theatre:

The Nomads performed in various theatres around the country throughout the first half of the 20th century, which is why they are called the Nomad Players. Now they have their own venue where they hold performances all year long.

2. The Lightbox:

The Lightbox opened in September 2007, and is home to some of the most exciting gallery spaces in the South East.

3. Riverhouse:

Riverhouse is an intimate, friendly arts centre, largely run by volunteers and community members. Their events consist of drama productions, musical concerts, art exhibitions, and shows for children.


1. The William Bray:

This contemporary British bar and resutaurant is situated right in the heart of Shere, one of the most charming villages in Surrey. They serve traditional British food, have a beautiful garden and a terrace overlooking the village’s parks and greenery.

2. The French Table:

Run by a lovely couple, it is the aim of The French Table to provide exceptional tasting food to kind, and local patrons. She runs the front of the house, while he puts his French cooking skills to work in the back. In addition to serving excellent dishes they also offer cooking courses.

3. Bingham:

For something a little fancier, enjoy a meal at Bingham. Guests are invited for afternoon tea, Sunday brunch, tasting menus, and of course, a la carte meals. With an exceptional wine list and seasonal recipes to choose from, there is something for everyone to love at Bingham.


1. Chalk Lane hotel:

Chalk Lane is the hidden gem of Epsom. It is cosy, and it is quaint. Curl up by their warm fireplace or enjoy a delicious meal in their amazing restaurant. And if you feel like getting out, there are a ton of things to do nearby, including shopping, historical sites, and activities for the children.

2. Langshott Manor:

This beautifully restored sixteenth century manor house is surrounded by beautiful gardens and an ancient moat. It has the perfect balance of old charm, including wood burning fires, and modern luxuries.

3. Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa:

For something a little bit more relaxing, why not stay at Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa? Complete with a Michelin star restaurant and individually styled rooms, it is no wonder why so many people have chosen it to host weddings, charity balls and more.