Great transport links -

M25 - 3 Mins

M3 - 5 Mins

M4 - 7 Mins

M1 - 25 Mins

A3 - 12 Mins

Heathrow Airport - 12 Mins

Gatwick Airport - 40 Mins

Windsor - 10 mins

Central London - 25 mins road, 30 Mins rail

Guildford - 25 Mins

Richmond, Kingston, Croydon - 55 Mins

*All travel times are approximate and may not be direct.

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Village charm and excitement just around the corner -

Walton on Thames is nearby, offering shops, restaurants and a retail complex calledThe Heart.

Enjoy riverside walks here or head to The Elmbridge Xcel leisure complex which houses a range of sporting activities including swimming pools, a health and fitness suite, climbing wall, squash and badminton courts and even an indoor bowls hall.

Just 1 mile away you will also find the world famous -THORPE PARK

Home to thrilling rides, attractions, live events & a themed hotel, THORPE PARK Resort is the ultimate destination for thrill seekers featuring some of the UK's most popular roller coasters and amusement park rides. Reach new heights with Stealth the UK's fastest roller coaster launching riders to 205ft at 80mph in just 2.5 seconds. Take flight on THE SWARM, or face one of Jigsaw's most twisted traps with SAW - The Ride the world's first horror themed roller coaster featuring a 100ft "beyond-vertical" drop.

Plunge down the super-soaking 85ft drop on Tidal Wave, get drenched on the 64ft spiraling descent on Storm Surge and play splash roulette on the Island’s ferocious Rumba Rapids as you experience the UK’s wettest water rides.

Local luxury. 

Some of the worlds best restaurants practically on your doorstep.

Those of enjoy fine dining will be pleased to know that Thames Retreat is just 30 minutes away from the gastronomy capital of the UK and some would even say the world - BRAY.

What the village offers is amazing fine dining. It features two three Michelin-star restaurants.

One is the world-famous Fat Duck, where Heston Blumenthal creates extraordinary dishes that create a dining experience like no other.

The chef also owns the Hinds Head pub in the village. 

The other is the Waterside Inn, which offers some of the country's very best French cooking. The world-class dishes are as good, if not better, as the very best dining on offer in France itself.

On a summer's day, by the river, feasting on divine French dishes, you could be excused if you found yourself thinking you were in one of France's finest food spots.

The Waterside Inn has been in Bray since 1972, and is currently run by the legendary Roux family.

According to the restaurant's website, Michel and Albert Roux "stumbled across a shabby old pub on the banks of the Thames in Bray" which soon became the Waterside Inn.

It got its first Michelin Star in 1974, its second in 1977 and its third in 1985. It has had three stars for 36 years, the longest of anywhere in Britain.

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