Serviced Apartments Weybridge
What’s on in Weybridge
Weybridge is a picturesque town nestled by the River Wey in Surrey. The town itself has a charming atmosphere, with many restaurants, cafes and bars. The surrounding area also has numerous cultural attractions as well as family entertainments - with one of the UK’s major theme parks just a short journey away. Whatsmore, being just 30 minutes from London by train, Weybridge is also a prime commuter location, with many professionals choosing it as a base due to its village-like community and ease of access to both the city and the countryside.
Where to stay in Weybridge
Weybridge is only a small town and anyone planning to base themselves there whilst making the commute to London will likely want to arrange accommodation close to the railway station. Choosing a serviced apartment in Weybridge is an ideal way of having a home-from-home when making an extended stay. The Squa.re carry a range of such properties, each having been selected for its tasteful decor and convenience of location. We can also accommodate any special requirements, such as particular spatial requirements or disabled/secure access where available.
What to do in Weybridge
Weybridge is a friendly place and one of its main selling points is it provides a reasonably peaceful place to unwind, whilst still offering plenty of amenities. The town centre, with its range of bars and restaurants, is a great place to spend a relaxed evening out. Alternatively, there are plenty of green spaces and parks that are a great place to enjoy the sunshine in the summer months.
The town’s surrounding area also offers much to do: There are museums, theme parks, stately homes with immaculate 18th century gardens and even a motor racing track all within a short drive or train journey. The surrounding area is also filled with woodland and green spaces, making it great for a stroll in the summer.
Weybridge is also just half an hour from London by train, meaning that those staying in the town can easily enjoy all the delights of the capital. Alternatively, in the other direction there are numerous national parks that offer some of the most stunning nature reserves in the UK.
Tips for staying in Weybridge
Places to eat
For a small town, Weybridge really punches above its weight when it comes to places to eat. Lucien's Restaurant is a French fine dining experience that is very popular with locals, whilst El Meson De Los Hermanos serves tapas and Spanish cuisine in its rustic, tiled venue. For something with a little more spice, Hansa's Thai Kitchen serves traditional home-style thai dishes.
Weybridge does not have any major shopping centres due to the town’s small size, so anyone wanting some serious retail therapy will probably want to head into nearby Woking. However the high street does have several general goods stores, such as a Robert Dyas, a Tesco and an M&S for groceries, as well as several charity stores.
The Brooklands Museum - a motorsports venue hosting events,and offering exhibits and artifacts dedicated to aviation and motoring is right on Weybridge’s doorstep. Those visiting the town with family can also make the short trip to Thorpe Park - one of the UK’s best theme parks. There’s also Painshill Park, which is a stunning 18th century landscaped garden, complete with lake and several follies.
Weybridge is served by a single railway station that offers up to 6 trains per hour into London, with a journey time of as little as half an hour on faster routes. The town is also connected to both Woking, Guildford and Fleet by services in the other direction. There are also several bus routes operating in the area, linking Weybridge to Walton-on-Thames, Brooklands and Wisley, as well as more remote areas.
Despite its diminutive size, Weybridge is home to several automotive firms - Mercedez world is just a few miles from the centre and incorporates operational offices, a testing track and a museum, whilst Mclaren also has an important base in the vicinity. US giant Proctor & Gamble also has a strong presence in the area, with its regional HQ based locally.