Just a few miles south of the M25, Redhill is a close neighbour to Reigate, but it’s situated in the beautiful Surrey Hills. We’ve collected some of our favourite things to do in the area, so if you’re stuck for something to do, you’re in the right place…
Learn to Fly at Redhill Aerodrome
The Redhill Aerodrome has been around in some form or another since 1933. Today, there’s a business park and an airfield that boasts a range of commercial aviation activities. It’s home to a number of private aircraft, and the Kent Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance, and the National Police Air Service.
You can learn to fly there through several of the aviation companies – including a helicopter – as well as use a flight simulator.
Wander the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
One of the 38 nationally protected landscapes in England and Wales, the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is about half an hour drive away from Redhill. Stretching across a quarter of the county of Surrey, the area includes the chalk slopes of the North Downs, Oxted and Greensand Hills.
There’s so much to discover and explore in the Surrey Hills!
Sunday Dinner at Reigate Manor
A Georgian manor house, Reigate Manor is a hotel that boasts tranquil surroundings, just under half a kilometre from Surrey Hills. Open to all, the restaurant’s menu is designed using local and seasonal foods and is set in the hotel’s garden room.
Buy Local Produce at Priory Farm
If you’re a food lover, then Priory Farm is the place to go. There’s the farm shop, packed with local seasonal produce, handmade pastries, cheeses, meat and more. Then, you can explore spectacular views of the countryside on The Discovery Walk, with a nature trail for children.
They also hold events, food festivals, tasting days, etc., so make sure you check the what’s on guide too.
Reigate Castle Ruins
Constructed in the 12th century, nothing remains of the castle now, only an 18th century folly. The castle as destroyed in the Civil War after it was used as a garrison by followers of a Royalist uprising.
However, Barons’ Cave, which sits below the castle, is one of Britain’s oldest show cave, and is open to the public on particular days. No one knows how old it is, or why it was dug out, but there are initials carved into the rock which dates from 1644 onwards.
There are also sand-mine caves under Reigate that can be explored too.
The Redhill Showroom
With a full house built with an orangery kitchen extension inside the showroom, the Redhill showroom gives you a real idea of how our products might look in your home.
Find out how to visit the Redhill Showroom here.