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The Weather in Guildford
Here is our climate diagram for Guildford. On average, the warmest month is July. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is March.
Experience the scenic beauty of Guildford with a holiday cottage
Stay in modern town houses and traditional British homes in Guildford, with quick access to the capital and miles of nature in a contemporary setting.
Arts and culture in the heartland of Surrey
Surrey is well known as a historically significant and particularly beautiful corner of England. Here you can visit a number of important cultural sites, which include the 15th century Guildford Castle, set amongst pretty grounds, and the more modern Guildford Cathedral, built in the mid-20th century.
Lewis Carroll, who penned one of Britain's most well-known tales, 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', lived in the town, and you can visit his house here. Guildford Museum is also well worth seeing and has a constantly rotating exhibition programme.
Heading out for evening fun in Guildford
Guildford has a compact yet buzzing nightlife scene around the town centre, with a number of busy bars and clubs. For a more traditional night out, head to one of the pubs in and around the High Street.
You can also take advantage of one of Guildford's three theatres, including Yvonne Arnaud, with traditional and modern drama performances, and the Electric Theatre arts venue. G Live rounds off the selection with a varied mix of music, comedy and more.
Exploring the wider county and region
Guildford makes for an excellent base to explore the wider county, as well as the capital. You can travel from Guildford rail station to London Waterloo in as little as 30 minutes, putting you at the heart of one of the world's great cities. You can then head back for respite after a long day of designer shopping or museum visits.
Within Surrey itself are fantastic destinations including Clandon Park, a glorious stately home, and the rolling Surrey Hills. The latter is an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and offers unparalleled country views that make it easy to see why Surrey is such a celebrated destination.
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