Just a stone's throw from London but a mil­lion miles from the cap­i­tal's hus­tle and bus­tle, Sur­rey is a county full of sur­prises nes­tled in the south-east of Eng­land

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Just a stone's throw from London but a mil­lion miles from the hus­tle and bus­tle of the cap­i­tal.

Step into the movie scene by vis­it­ing the land­scape 1 SHERE

A quintessen­tially English vil­lage, just 30 miles from London. Sit­ting in the heart of the rolling Sur­rey Hills, with a pretty pub, 12th cen­tury vil­lage church and duck pond it's easy to see why ro­man­tic films such as ‘The Hol­i­day' and ‘Brid­get Jones Diary' have used this lo­ca­tion for their films.

See where the magic hap­pens in the Sur­rey Hills 3 SILENT POOL

Cap­ture the essence of Sur­rey's beau­ti­ful, ru­ral land­scape, and visit the home of multi-award win­ning Silent Pool Gin. Their 90 minute Dis­tillers' Gin ex­pe­ri­ence tours, in­cludes test­ing their award win­ning Silent Pool Gin and gin based fruit cor­dials, learn­ing more about the his­tory of gin, and of the brand it­self. Vis­i­tors wel­come seven days a week. (silent­poold­is­

Join in the fun of Kew the Mu­sic's sum­mer pic­nic con­certs 2 KEW GAR­DENS

Royal Botanic Gar­dens Kew is a UNESCO World Her­itage site worth a visit at any­time of the year, but es­pe­cially so dur­ing the spring and sum­mer months. Dis­cover their unique land­scapes, vis­tas and iconic ar­chi­tec­ture - and if you plan your visit be­tween 11-16 July, there will be pic­nic con­certs set within the stun­ning grounds too.

Stroll the cob­bled streets of this ro­man­tic mar­ket town 4 GO­DALM­ING

An­other lovely Sur­rey town and film­ing lo­ca­tion for ‘The Hol­i­day' is Go­dalm­ing, tucked mid­way be­tween London and the south coast. The an­cient and his­toric build­ings that line Go­dalm­ing's nar­row streets pro­vide won­der­ful desti­na­tions for ro­man­tic strolls. Be­gin your town-cen­tre walk at the Ge­or­gian Brook House, birth­place of noted Go­dalm­ing his­to­rian, Percy Woods, in 1842.

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