We love our town, and we’re pretty certain you will too!
Whilst you’re here why not make the most of your visit and explore what Guildford has to offer.
From the picture-postcard cobbled High Street (the cobbles are actually called 'setts') to the enticing narrow lanes of Chapel Street and Swan Lane; from the 15th Century Guildhall to top of the range designer shops; Guildford has something for everyone!
Did you know…?
Guildford has been (and continues to be) home to many illustrious names over the years including PG Wodehouse, EH Shepherd “the Man who drew Pooh”, Olympic Gold Medallist Allan Wells MBE (100m), rock band The Stranglers and Alan Turing who broke the Enigma Code in WW2.
It features in the movies The Omen (1976) and Carry On Sergeant (1958). It’s also the final resting place of writer Lewis Carroll and actor Boris Karloff was cremated here in 1969.
More fascinating facts about Guildford and the surrounding area can be found at Visit Surrey
For details of some of the business GSC are proud to promote, see Links
We hope you enjoy your time in our town.