Abingdon Court offers quiet residential living in a leafy corner of Woking Town Centre close to Woking Park and Leisure Centre.
THE LOCAL AREA
With the modern shopping centres 'Wolsey Place' and 'The Peacocks', redeveloped in 2010 to provide an outstanding shopping experience, there are over 170 shops within a few minutes walk. The recently completed 'Market Walk' provides a fresh shopping experience by linking the two areas with a state-of-the-art covered marketplace, open everyday of the week.
A real 'cafe culture' runs through the town with a plethora of eating establishments such as favourites like Bill's, Carluccio's, Café Rouge,
Pret A Manger and Patisserie Valerie, a variety of budgets are catered for.
First class leisure and entertainment facilities in the local area will appeal to those with a broad range of interests. There are numerous bars, pubs and restaurants, along with nightclubs and the Ambassadors multiplex cinema. For those with a more cultural outlook there is the New Victoria Theatre, the Lightbox Museum and gallery overlooking the water of the Basingstoke Canal.
The area has much to offer those who enjoy the great outdoors. Attractively landscaped Woking Park is only 10 minutes walk away where the leisure centre can be found with an indoor swimming pool. Other popular sporting facilities available are, tennis courts, five-a-side football pitches, a cricket pitch, bowling greens, crazy golf, a skate park and a children's adventure playground.
Slightly further afield is Woking Golf Club, founded in 1893 it is the oldest heathland course in Surrey. A further 8 golf courses are situated in the local vicinity. Other local sports clubs include, football, rugby, hockey, cricket, basketball and gymnastics. For those who enjoy a slower pace of life the local area offers opportunities for quiet walks and picnics at RHS Gardens Wisley, Horsell Common and along the River Wey and Wey Navigations that pass through the borough.
Commuting couldn't be easier. Woking rail station is a 4 minute walk away from Thacker Mews and with frequent trains available to and from London Waterloo (via Clapham Junction) you can be in Central London in just 25-30 minutes.
The local bus network provides access to the surrounding towns and villages, such as Camberley, Weybridge and Guildford, as well as further afield including Greater London.
By car, Woking is accessible from the M25 (junction 11), the M3 (junction 3) and the A3 making the driving commute into London and the Home Counties another easy option.
28 - 89 nights
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7 days cancellation policy