These photographs capture the true beauty of rural Surrey

PUBLISHED: 09:58 15 March 2016 | UPDATED: 10:05 15 March 2016

Milford, rural Surrey

Milford, rural Surrey


From the acres of rolling hills, to rows upon rows of Mayfield lavender, we pick 22 pictures that sum up the true beauty of rural Surrey.

It is well documented that the Surrey Hills are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

From sunrise,

to sunset,

we’re lucky to have them on our doorstep.

If you take a country drive,

cycle ride

or walk through the county,

you’ll find acres of rolling countryside that surround some of Surrey’s prettiest villages.

A trip to Gatton Park will uncover spectacular views across the tree tops,

and an autumn stroll through Winkworth Arboretum will unveil a colourful splendour of gold and bronze hues.

From Hampton Court,

and Farnham Castle,

to Newark Priory ruins, you’ll find rural Surrey is steeped in beautiful history.

We think the Mayfield lavender

and the vineyards at Denbies Wine Estate are picture-perfect.

And a cruise along the Basingstoke Canal

or a trip to Silent Pool will uncover some beautiful waterside scenes.

And not forgetting the RHS Garden Wisley!

So, the next time you explore the Surrey countryside,

look out for the mysterious trails that get you thinking…

‘I wonder where this leads?’

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