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Claiming to be the UK’s largest village, at the 2011 You.Gov census Cranleigh had a population of 10,000.
Located between Horsham and Guildford, close to the A3 to London, Cranleigh lies on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. 36 minutes from Gatwick Airport, the nearest train station is Chilworth, 6 miles away.
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Once your Cranleigh removals are done, the boxes packed down and feet under the (“Not sure if it’s staying there…”) table, you can relax and explore. So, here’s our pick of the best of Cranleigh:
Not just an exceptional, friendly butchers, not just a great deli with local cheese and produce, Rawlings are also purveyors of incredible pies. Truly ins-pie-rational! (we’re so sorry – Editor)
A local institution, Cranleigh simply wouldn’t be the same without Manns Department Store. Stocking the best brands and designers, they just don’t make shops like this anymore!
With cakes you’d sell your granny for, artisan coffee and friendly service, Wild & Green is a great place for an afternoon catch up or a lovely night out. Delish!
Gifts, wine, décor, local beers, clothes, books, toys, there is literally nothing you can’t find in this shop. It’s the ‘Mary Poppins bag’ of truly great shops. Just brilliant!
Possibly the largest village in the UK (a hotly contested title), Cranleigh is a small place with a big heart. It certainly has a rural village feel and locals proudly boast of community spirit. Cranleigh sits on the edge of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and has plenty of country walks and scenery to explore. There are a number of independent shops as well as good eateries (and erm, drinkeries..?) to sample.
If you are in need of a ‘big night out’ it’s just a short hop to the theatre and venues of Guildford, and London is also within easy reach.
One of the village’s main events, the Cranleigh Agricultural Show is a great chance for locals to congregate while sampling local wares and live entertainment. If you’re particularly crafty (no, not like that!) there is an arts and craft centre that hold regular classes and workshops. Sporty types can hit the gym in Cranleigh leisure centre, try the pool or join one of the fitness classes or sports groups.
Dog walkers and bikers are spoilt for choice with so much to explore right on the doorstep.
Not far from the A3 giving easy access to London, and Guildford, Cranleigh sits on the edge of Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. By car it’s 36 minutes to Gatwick Airport and 28 minutes to the M25. The nearest train station is 6 miles away in Chilworth.