Information for Shere and surrounding area:

Places to Eat

Kinghams Restaurant in Shere

Kinghams Restaurant in Shere

Kinghams Restaurant – Less than a minutes walk from Cherry Trees, the restaurant dates from the 17th Century and features a wealth of character and charm. Chef and Proprietor Paul Baker has managed Kinghams for over twenty years combining both perfect service with an artistic style, using only the freshest local ingredients complemented with his extensive selection of fine wines.
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The William Bray – A recently renovated, contemporary British bar and restaurant in the heart of Shere. Open between 11am and 11pm every day of the week, offering classic British cooking in a modern setting with a traditional bar, attractive garden and terrace overlooking the village.
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The White Horse – Also worth a visit, a Chef & Brewer pub restaurant serving freshly cooked, great value pub meals and drinks.
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Shere village also has the quintessentially english Lucky Duck Tea Room, and several more first class restaurants, so plenty of choice all within 10 minutes walk from Cherry Trees!

Outdoor Activities

Horse Riding – Within easy reach of Cherry Trees are the North Downs, including Newlands Corner, St Martha’s, the Hurtwood with 6000 acres of open access woodland, heathland and spectacular views including Leith Hill, the highest point in the South East of England. Albury Equestrian Centre is only 3/4 mile away from shere:
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Mountain Biking – Lots of off road tracks to explore. There are numerous websites offering advice on good routes such as Singletrackworld.com:
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ShereDelight.com

This website is a huge wealth of information on the picturesque village of Shere. With a comprehensive village history, paintings gallery and photo section, it’s an absolute must if you are interested in Shere and the surrounding area!
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Cultural Attractions

Shere Museum – Housed in the original Shere Parish Hall in Surrey, which was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee in 1898. Displays include objects of daily life – tools, toys, domestic items, wartime and leisure – mainly from Victorian times to the 1950s and some surprising finds from earlier periods.
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RHS Gardens – only 8 miles away in Wisley, this 60 acre estate is run by the Royal Horticultural Society. Gifted to them in 1903, Wisley has evolved over time into a world-class garden.
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Polseden Lacey House, Clandon Park, and Hatchlands National Trust are all also without a 10 mile radius.

Family Attractions

Chessington World of Adventures Resort is a theme park, zoo and hotel in South West London, only 16 miles from Cherry Trees.
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Thorpe Park is the joint second most visited theme park in the United Kingdom (18 miles from Shere) catering more for the teenage/young adult market. Recent additions include ‘The Swarm’… a unique head first, inverted drop from 127ft as you are flung into this merciless flight for your life!
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