If you’re looking for somewhere new to explore in the new year, then Weybridge is the ideal location. With wonderful restaurants and pubs and the best blend of country and city life, you can’t go wrong.
Located just an hour’s drive from London, Weybridge offers the fresh air of the countryside, without having to travel far. If you’re tired of exploring the countryside, then there’s plenty to do indoors as well and enough to keep the whole family entertained.
So, if you’re looking to visit somewhere new in 2020, make sure Weybridge is at the top of your list and you won’t be disappointed.
Life on the River
Situated at the mouth of the River Wey and bordered to the North by the River Thames, Weybridge offers the perfect place for idyllic walks along the waterways.
Follow the path of the old Wey barges that played such an important part in river life and let the water and fresh air breathe new life into you. It’s the perfect way to escape the crowds of London and experience the beautiful countryside England has to offer.
Refuel in Style
After all that walking, you’re bound to want to make a pit stop for some food and drink, and Weybridge has some ideal spots. The Flintgate pub in Surrey is a firm favourite, but you can’t go too wrong with the wonderful pubs and restaurants in this area.
You’ll enjoy a warm welcome and they’ll soon have you filled up, ready to continue your exploring. Not before you’ve had your fair share of fine food and a quick drink to keep you going though!
It might be raining outside, but the local pub gives you a great place to dry off and get ready to get back out there.
You might be in a quaint town in Surrey, but you’re still surrounded by world-class attractions. From Tudor history to cutting edge motor vehicles, there’s a little something for everyone.
For those motor enthusiasts out there, Mercedes Benz World is a place you could spend days exploring and still want to come back the next day. This attraction has something for everyone. From driving simulators which give the kids an experience of driving to a racing simulator, everyone’s bound to have fun.
If you like your transport a little slower, then just round the corner you’ve got the London Bus Museum. Find out how the iconic red London bus came into being and trace its history all the way back to the first buses in 1829.
Stepping further back in time, Elmbridge Museum can help you trace Weybridge all the way back to the Domesday Book in 1086. Since then, this area has seen royal weddings (Henry VIII and his fifth wife, Catherine Howard), and many other events you can learn about in the museum.
Whatever it is you and your family enjoy doing, you’re sure to be able to find something to please everyone in Weybridge, and it’s only an hour from London. Explore outside the city and see what Weybridge is all about.