National Rail

Ashtead is a delightful place to explore in the UK, surrounded by lush green countryside. Its rural setting makes it the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, while still being close enough to the hubbub of London. On the outskirts of town, visitors will find a picturesque landscape of rolling hills, winding rivers, and verdant forestry filled with wildlife - the perfect backdrop for outdoor activities. Among the many tourist attractions in and around Ashtead are the Kinnersley Castle, a 12th-century ruin, and the remains of Henry VIII’s Nonsuch Palace.

Nature lovers will find plenty to enjoy in Ashtead, with its multitude of woodland walking trails and public parks. Whether you choose to take a leisurely stroll down the High Street or hike through the undisturbed green of the countryside, each journey will prove to be an unforgettable day out. There’s also the Ashtead Common Nature Reserve - a 700-acre wildlife haven of meadows, streams, and a wide variety of bird species.

Meanwhile, the town itself is a place of antique shops, cosy pubs, and inviting cafes. Whether you’re looking to spoil yourself with some retail therapy, sample the local culinary delights, or just have a relaxing afternoon tea, Ashtead is sure to satisfy the needs of any type of traveller. With its friendly locals and abundance of sightseeing spots, this quaint town offers a unique getaway like no other.

London Stations within 1 hour

  1. 45 mins to Waterloo
  2. 52 mins to Victoria
  3. 54 mins to Trafalgar Square
  4. 55 mins to Fenchurch Street
  5. 55 mins to Marylebone
  6. 56 mins to London Bridge
  7. 57 mins to Kings Cross / St. Pancras
  8. 59 mins to Charing Cross
  9. 59 mins to Blackfriars


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