The Inn on the Green

Stane Street, Ockley, Dorking, RH5 5TD, United Kingdom
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  • Solo50
  • Business22

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Interesting areas around Dorking?

by Jenaf

My friend and I will be house sitting in June for 2 weeks in Dorking. Can anyone advise whether the following areas can be accessed easily by car or even public transport - Sissinghurst gardens, Brighton, Southampton, coastal walking tracks. Any interesting areas would be greatly accepted.. Thanks

Re: Interesting areas around Dorking?

by leics

http://www.visitdorking.com/ei_ideas_for_days_out.asp

will give you some ideas.

With a car you will have no problems visiting the places you wish to see (apart from the usual problems of traffic congestion, parking etc).

http://www.theaa.com/route-planner/index.jsp?database=B

will allow you to explore routes/distances and times (and provide printable routes if you want).

You might choose to take the train to some places rather than drive. www.nationalrail.co.uk will give you train times, details and fares.

Most specific sites will have webpages giving access directions by car and by public transport. Here is the Sissinghurst page:

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-vh/w-visits/w-findaplace/w-sissinghurstcastlegarden.htm

Details under 'getting there' on the left-hand menu.

I'm sure you will find lots of places to walk, visit and explore. :-)

Re: Interesting areas around Dorking?

by TheWanderingCamel

Here's the National Trust website for the South-east

http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/main/w-global/w-localtoyou/w-south_east/w-south_east-places/w-south_east-places-highlights.htm

Don't miss Wakehurst Place if gardens are your thing.

Chichester's lovely, so is Rye.

Re: Interesting areas around Dorking?

by lercio

If you like gardens then Wisley RHS gardens may be of interest.
http://www.rhs.org.uk/WhatsOn/Gardens/Wisley/index.asp

Travel Tips for Dorking

Lunch in Friday Street, near Dorking

by sue_stone

Ok, I haven't actually been to Dorking, but I wanted to add a tip for a great place to go for a drink or a meal which is located in the middle of nowhere - in a tiny hamlet called Friday Street, near the village of Abinger Common, which is near Dorking.

Click here for details of our very enjoyable lunch at the friendly Stephan Langton Inn.

DORKING... NOT WOKING

by zuriga

"DORKING"

Dorking is a good-sized town not far from Leatherhead and Guildford. The High Street is filled with busy shops (the usual ones) and there are quite a few good restaurants, a cinema and a great deal of enterprising businesses. This church has one of the highest steeples in all of England. Dorking is very well known for its antique dealers who populate West Street.

"STEPPING STONES"

Just outside Dorking is the National Trust Site called the Stepping Stones. It's at the bottom of famous Box Hill.

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