Serviced Apartments in Surrey

Featured serviced apartments in Surrey

Frimley
Flexi-Lets@Old Rectory Court, Frimley

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Flexi-Lets@Old Rectory Court, Frimley

Old Rectory Court, Grove Cross Road

Stylish 1, 2 & 3 bed serviced apartments in Frimley, just a short drive from Camberley

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For Surrey apartments near points of interest in Frimley, including: Frimley Park Hospital; Frimley Railway Station; Royal Military Academy - Sandhurst; and Waitrose Frimley.

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Guildford
Flexi-Lets@Printing House Square Guildford

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Flexi-Lets@Printing House Square Guildford

Printing House Square, The Bars

1, 2 and 3 bed serviced apartments at Printing Square House, Guildford

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For Surrey apartments near points of interest in Guildford, including: G Live; Guildford Cathedral; Guildford Crown Court; Guildford Railway Station; London Road (Guildford) Railway Station; Ripley Village Green; and University of Surrey.

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Woking
Flexi-Lets@Woking Town Centre

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Flexi-Lets@Woking Town Centre

New Central Development, Guildford Road

Free wifi & parking at these modern Woking town centre serviced apartments

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For Surrey apartments near points of interest in Woking, including: Ripley Village Green; The Lightbox; and Woking Railway Station.

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There's a good choice of Surrey serviced apartments available in the county's attractive and busy town centres such as Woking, Guildford, Epsom, Staines, Redhill, Reigate and Camberley which make an excellent alternative to traditional Surrey hotels, whether you're visiting for leisure or business or even just relocating temporarily.

Surrey is an interesting place to visit with its many National Trust properties, bustling market towns and attractive countryside. It's also a particularly popular destination for cyclists and it was for this reason that the route down to Box Hill was used during the London 2012 Olympics. The past few years has seen the annual Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 take place with thousands of cyclists riding from London and Surrey to back, with the professional element broadcast on TV.

The towns of Kingston upon Thames and Richmond are still commonly associated with Surrey but technically they are now part of Greater London and can be found in our London pages.