Reigate Manor

Local Attractions

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS

Local Attractions Around Reigate Manor

There are some fantastic attractions and places of interest within easy reach of Reigate Manor.

 
 

Epsom Racecourse

Epsom Racecourse

Best known for hosting the infamous ‘Epsom Derby,’ Epsom Downs is a Grade 1 racecourse with a crowd capacity of 120,000, and is situated just 15 minutes from Reigate Manor. The site houses the third largest racehorse training facility in the country. You can visit by car or train, as the area is served by the Epsom Downs railway line as well as Tattenham Corner railway station. Perhaps you’ll spot Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II alighting from the British Royal Train on race days?

Website: epsom.thejockeyclub.co.uk
Address: Epsom Downs, Surrey KT18 5LQ
Telephone: 01372 726311

Gatwick Airport

Gatwick AirportYour doorway to the world! Gatwick Airport is the second-largest international airport in the UK and the second busiest, and for good reason! Choose from 45 airlines and fly to over 200 destinations in 90 countries. So what are you waiting for? Book your overnight stay at Reigate Manor before jetting off abroad the following day. Just a 10 minute car journey away, we offer the perfect location, with no risk of runway noise, so you’ll get the best sleep possible before your travels.

Website: www.gatwickairport.com
Address: West Sussex RH6 0NP
Telephone: 0844 892 0322

Heathrow Airport

Heathrow AirportThe definitive resource to help you find everything you need when travelling to, from and around Heathrow airport, including some very handy information on special assistance, business travel, travelling with children and much more. The Reigate Manor is only a short drive away from Heathrow, so should you be joining us from the airport or heading to the airport after your stay with us, then the guide should be very useful for you.

Website: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/

Denbies

Denbies Vineyard
From wine and vineyard tours to cheese & wine making experiences, Denbies Wine Estate is a must-visit for any lover of wine. It is situated just 15 minutes from Reigate Manor in Dorking, in the heart of the Surrey Hills, a site overlooking Box Hill, host to the Olympic Cycle race. Family owned and run since 1984, it has become one of the largest wine producers in the UK. The estate offers a number of indoor, outdoor, group and evening tours, tastings, food events, not to mention two restaurants and a farm shop, and is home to the Surrey Hills Brewery.

Website: www.denbies.co.uk
Address: London Road, Dorking, Surrey RH5 6AA
Telephone: 01306 876616

Bletchingley Golf Club

Bletchingley Golf Club
Originally opened in 1993 this 6,600 yard 18 hole golf course, with a par and standard scratch of 72, is suitable for all standards of golfer and will test all aspects of their game. With the North Downs providing breath-taking panoramic views, we guarantee you will want to come and play over and over again. Situated 5 minutes from Junction 6 of the M25, Bletchingley Golf Club is the perfect Surrey golf venue for society/corporate days or just a one off green fee.

Website: www.bletchingleygolf.co.uk
Address: Church Lane, Bletchingley, Surrey RH1 4LP
Telephone: 01883 744 848

SPECIAL OFFER FOR REIGATE MANOR RESIDENTS
241 golf for any guests staying at Reigate Manor. Please ask hotel reception for a voucher upon departure of your stay, then contact us direct to book and bring your voucher on the day.

  • Weekday £32 per pair
  • Weekend £39 per pair

Surrey Downs Golf Club

Surrey Downs Golf Club
Spectacular views, friendly surroundings and a commitment to a warm welcome and memorable time are the norm at Surrey Downs. Forget out-dated and over-prescriptive rules and regulations. Surrey Downs till has some basic rules but you’ll find them far more appropriate to 21st Century lifestyles than some other clubs. With an extensive clubhouse facility to complement, the team ensures all who visit feel as welcome as a regular member. So if you’re looking for something a little different, take a look and see what Surrey Downs might be able to do for you. It could be the best 18-holes you’ve ever played! A 12 minute car journey from Reigate Manor means you won’t have to rush your breakfast before your round of golf!

Website: www.surreydownsgc.co.uk
Address: Outwood Lane, Kingswood, Surrey KT20 6JS
Telephone: 01737 839090

Chessington World of Adventures

Chessington World of AdventuresThe ultimate day out for kids! Just 20 minutes from Reigate Manor lies a theme-park, zoo and a sea life centre all in one place; what more could you ask for? So why not take a fun, family day out and explore all the exciting areas of the park including Pirates Cove, Forbidden Kingdom and the Land of the Dragons. The Zoo adds another dimension to your kids’ day out, where they’ll get a chance to see lions, tigers, giraffes, rhinos, gorillas, reptiles, zebras, sea-lions and many, many more. Then avoid the busy on-site hotels and retire back to peaceful Reigate, for a comfortable night’s sleep and an enjoyable family breakfast, before returning home.

Website: www.chessington.com
Address: Leatherhead Road, Chessington, Surrey KT9 2NE
Telephone: 0871 663 4477

Walking in Reigate

For keen walkers there is plenty of countryside to explore near to Reigate Manor. The area boasts a huge number of exciting, historical and beautiful walks across places such as Colley Hill, Box Hill and Reigate Hill.

Box Hill

So to get you started during your stay, why not enjoy an exhilarating walk across Reigate Hill and learn how man has influenced the history on the hill? There are many places along this particular route to stop and enjoy the spectacular views across the Weald towards the South Downs, including Reigate footbridge, Reigate Fort, US Second World War plane crash site, the Inglis Memorial, Coal Tax Post, and the Simpson Memorial.

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Priory Farm

Priory Farm

Voted Surrey’s ‘Farm Shop of the Year,’ this impressive local produce store is located less than four miles away from the hotel, in South Nutfield, Redhill. Take a family walk around the fields, or sit and watch the kids playing in the on-site playground, before taking home some fantastic homemade produce and plants. You can pick-your-own in season produce, go fishing or go on short nature trails – or even just enjoy the cafe and picturesque surroundings! A great weekend visit for families.

Website: http://www.prioryfarm.co.uk/

Reigate Castle

Reigate Castle

Channel your inner King or Queen and take a trip to Reigate Castle. The grounds are now a public park where you can take a stroll and imagine what it may have been like hundreds of years ago. If you’re really brave, why not embark on a tour of the Baron’s and Tunnel Road Caves which take place on the 2nd Saturday of every month between (and including) May and September. The entrance to the caves is located in the pedestrian tunnel near the high street, and leads all the way to the castle mound in the castle grounds. Enjoy exploring!

Website: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reigate_Castle

Reigate Priory Park

Every town should have a leafy, green park and Reigate is no exception! In the heart of our town we are proud to have Priory Park. Recently refurbished. Completely free to enjoy, you can wander around and enjoy the sights. The children’s playground has water-play during the summer months, and the skate park is sure to keep teens happy. Those who are more appreciating of time to reflect and relax can wander to the lake and enjoy watching the birds, before sitting down with a coffee in the park’s cafe. Why not take a picnic? The team here are Reigate Manor can put together the perfect portable lunch – just let us know!

Website: www.visitsurrey.com/things-to-do/reigate-priory-park-p798311

Reigate Priory Museum

Located in Reigate Priory School in the park, the museum contains local history aimed at both adults and children. It is currently closed for refurbishment, however for details of the re-opening, please visit the website.

Website: reigatepriorymuseum.org.uk/

Reigate Heath

If you’re looking to get back to nature, a walk on Reigate Heath is the perfect tonic! A Site of Special Scientific Interest, it is one of the nation’s most important wildlife designations, and is an official ‘Nature Reserve’ because it is an important example of the lowland heath habitat, including the heather and acid grassland found there. Look out for the Bronze Age burial mounds, which are anything from three to 5000 years old! When they were first made, the Heath had very few trees, and a cemetery was established. The burial mounds that you’ll see today are what is left of these. You can also walk by Reigate Heath Windmill, which is a grade II* listed post mill. It has been restored and is now used as a chapel; it is thought to be the only windmill in the world, which is a consecrated church!

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