The vibrant town centre of Guildford is only 2.5 miles away from the Surrey Research Park. Guildford is a recognised economic hub, historic town, culturally rich and also boasts enjoyable fine dining and shopping.
Located in a beautiful part of the country with access to green space for sport and relaxation. Work-life balance is certainly a key attraction for many who live and locate their businesses in Guildford – and no wonder Guildford has been ranked one of the top cities in the UK.
Guildford is perfectly located for companies as it has easy access to both Gatwick and Heathrow airports and the train also runs directly to Waterloo, making it a quick journey into London.
The Surrey Research Park is easily accessible by road, train or bus.
Trains to Guildford run regularly into London Waterloo Station. Locating on the Surrey Research Park means enjoying the benefits of open green space but still maintaining access to London.
With two major international airports close by, it is ideally suited for international business too. Gatwick and Heathrow have public transport and taxi options running directly to Guildford.
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The River Wey slowly meanders around the town and surrounding areas. It creates ample opportunity for walks and recreation. There are numerous pubs overlooking the river, a boating club, locks, bridle paths, picnic sites and wildlife havens.
Stoke Park is Guildford’s largest park. Stoke Park has plenty of open green space and is equipped with children’s playground, skate park, paddling pool, boating pond and mini golf course. It hosts the Surrey County Show – agricultural and general – in May.
Guildford Spectrum Leisure Centre has something on all year round. There is ice skating, ten pin bowling, swimming and a range of sporting activities.
The Surrey Sports Park is a top notch sporting facility. It offers excellent swimming lessons, gym facilities and classes, sport clubs, racket sports, climbing wall and a sports bar and coffee shop. It is an excellent sporting facility for the whole family to enjoy.
Guildford’s high street is host to a wide range of well-known shops and restaurants as well as smaller independent shops for all budgets, interests and tastes.
The Friary Centre is Guildford’s biggest shopping centre. There is parking close by and good selection of restaurants and shops. It is a short walk from the train station.
Guildford’s principal commercial theatre is the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre situated alongside the river on Millbrook. It often shows London West End productions and other national tours.
The Electric Theatre on Onslow Street is well known for hosting performances by musicians and amateur drama groups. It also hosts regular film, family and music festivals and has a Riverside Cafe Bar and Terrace.
From hotels to student accommodation – Guildford has ample accommodation for business requirements.
Stag Hill and Manor Park campus
The University of Surrey has accommodation for guests. Prices are from £45 to £79 daily. Rooms have basic kitchen facilities.
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The closest hotel to the Research Park is the Holiday Inn, Egerton Road, Guildford, GU2 7XZ.