Retire In Surrey For Beautiful Countryside & Close Links To London
Just a short train journey from London, Surrey offers a great range of places to visit in your retirement. With historic villages nestled perfectly alongside vibrant towns, surrounded at every turn by the stunning Surrey countryside, which can be easily visited any time from our retirement homes in Surrey.
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Things to do in Surrey
There’s so much to enjoy in and around the county, but if you’re not familiar with the local area, here are just a few of the activities you can enjoy.
The Surrey Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering over a quarter of the entire county. From the chalk North Downs to Oxted in the east, the Surrey Hills are an excellent space for hikes and walks, with lots of interesting sights to see, including famous beauty spots like Box Hill and the Devil’s Punch Bowl.
Visit the town of Guildford in your retirement to find a vibrant market town with a wide selection of things to do and places to eat, as well as excellent shopping spots and historical places of interest. Explore the local history with the Guildford Museum and walk through the Guildford Castle grounds.
In the northern reaches of Surrey you can find the town of Epsom, best known for the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse that overlooks the North Downs. The town of Epsom, however, makes for a great day out on its own; with the sprawling Epsom Common and the Epsom Playhouse Theatre providing plenty to do.
Painshill is a beautiful, 18th century landscape garden in northern Surrey listed on the register of Historic Parks and Gardens. Described as a “living canvas”, a visit to Painshill in your retirement will reward you with over 150 acres of woodlands, rivers, lakes, gardens and artistic buildings to explore and enjoy.
Your Surrey Retirement Home
All of our retirement apartments will provide you with everything you need to enjoy your Surrey retirement. Whether you’re socialising with the other residents in the communal Owners’ Lounge or relaxing with a good book in the gardens, you’ll always feel at home with one of our apartments.
The facilities are second to none, and your dedicated Lodge Manager means there’s always a familiar face nearby to answer any questions you may have. You’ll be located close to shops, doctor’s surgeries, banks, bakers, butchers and all of the other conveniences you would expect to find around the best retirement villages Surrey has to offer. Click below to view a list of available apartments, flats and homes for sale.
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To find out more about our retirement developments in the nearby area, you can view the individual properties, or contact our friendly team to have a discussion about your specific requirements.
News & Lifestyle in Surrey
Churchill Retirement Living has launched a competition for local people to name its new development which will soon see the regeneration of land and vacant buildings to the rear of the former Mann’s Department Store on Victoria Road, near the heart of Cranleigh.
Enjoying a slower pace of life at Churchill’s River View Lodge is Angus Cundey MBE, who has just been made an honorary member of Frazer Nash Car Club following his family’s connection and continued support to the club over many decades.
Following a successful career working as a picture editor for the BBC, Alastair Wells is enjoying his retirement at Churchill Retirement Living’s River View Lodge in Shepperton.
Sutton Grammar School student Bowen was awarded the regional winner’s prize in our national competition for schoolchildren to design an emblem to celebrate the Coronation.
Carole Evans had plenty of preconceptions about the retirement living lifestyle, and she didn’t think it would be for her. However, after a visit to Churchill Retirement Living’s Stanley Lodge in Epsom, she discovered the reality with her own eyes and it was not at all what she had expected – it was much better!