Boasting verdant hill and riverside views, Godalming is the quintessential market town with numerous listed buildings and amenities. The A3 and M25 are a short drive away with Godalming Rail Station offering frequent services to London and Portsmouth.
This quintessential market town is home to numerous listed buildings and is surrounded by verdant countryside. Found within the Surrey Hills, Godalming benefits from beautiful landscapes stretching from Farnham in West Surrey to Oxted in East Surrey. The Surrey Hills have held Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty status since 1958. The River Wey runs through this historic market town and feeds into the River Thames.
Godalming has existed since Saxon times and is recorded in the Domesday book as a ‘flourishing village’. In 1801, the town hall was built. Known today as The Pepper Pot, this unusual building stands in the centre of the town. It is said to symbolise the town and has a turret resembling a Georgian pepper pot. Nestled in and around Godalming are more than 350 grade II listed buildings and five conservation areas.
Greensand Park is just a short drive away from Godalming Leisure Centre which provides a range of activities, while the town itself offers a wealth of history and amenities. Every Friday, it still holds a market off Great George Street selling fresh, local produce.