So you’ve chosen your ‘bride tribe’ and decided on a date for your hen do – now there’s the small matter of your bridesmaids putting together an epic itinerary.
Whether you live in Surrey and want to keep it local, or you’re from outside the county and want to enjoy its stunning scenery, there are loads of ideas for things you can do in the county.
With its easy access to London, it’s also the perfect place to combine the capital’s hustle and bustle with the beauty of the countryside.
From relaxing spa days and indulgent afternoon teas to boozy cocktail making classes, mad clubbing nights and some adventure activities, Surrey has it all.
Take a look at our suggestions for activities and venues to make your hen do one to remember.
You can do all of this in Surrey
1. Silent Pool Distillers, Albury
Activities: Gin tasting tour
Tours of the distillery are run regularly where you can visit the picturesque Silent Pool – perfect for photos – and sample the full range of drinks.
Address: Shere Road, Albury, GU5 9BW.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 229136.
2. Thorpe Park, Chertsey
Activities: Theme park
With over 30 thrilling rides, attractions and live events, Thorpe Park could be a high adrenaline option for your hen party.
Scream your face off on Stealth as the rollercoaster launching you to 205ft at 80mph in just 2.5 seconds.
Or lose your stomach as you drop 100ft on Saw. More relaxing rides are also available.
Address: Staines Road, KT16 8PN.
Tickets: To book, call 0871 663 1673 or go online.
3. All Bar One, Guildford
Activities: Cocktail making
You might already be an expert at drinking cocktails, but at All Bar One you can craft some concoctions of your own.
Learn to mix, muddle and mash at one of the three cocktail master classes available at the town centre bar. You can tailor your own class by choosing which three drinks you want to master.
Address: North Street, GU1 4AF.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 455397.
4. Merry Harriers, Godalming
Activities: Llama trekking, food, bedrooms
Llama trekking is a unique experience and you’re bound to break out into fits of giggles – perfect for breaking the ice if some members of your party don’t know each other.
You can do it at a charming 16th Century pub called Merry Harriers.
Guests can enjoy an English picnic trek, a winter morning trek (which includes lunch back at the Merry Harriers), or a luxury Champagne picnic trek.
Address: Hambledon Road, GU8 4DR.
Tickets: To book, call 01428 682883.
5. Godstone Vineyards
Activities: Wine tasting.
Tucked away off the A22 in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Godstone Vineyards has stunning views of the weald.
It offers tailored tasting packages for groups of six or more that combine Godstone Sparkling Wine with British food.
It’s open from Friday to Sunday in January and February, and from Thursday to Sunday from March to December. Opening times are on the website.
Address: Quarry Road, Godstone RH9 8DQ.
6. Komo, Guildford
Activities: Nightlife, cocktail making
As well as being a bar and a place for regular live music, guests can book a cocktail master class here.
Classes last around 90 minutes and you will learn how to make three cocktails – one house signature, one classic and the bartender’s take on a classic.
Your expert bartender will impart their wisdom on you with fun facts, tricks and tips to help you become a superstar home-bartending wizard.
You can bring between one and 25 boozy buddies.
Address: Weymead House, Millbrook, GU1 3YA.
Tickets: To book call 01483 536222.
7. PRYZM, Kingston
With three club arenas, PRYZM has music to get anyone on the dancefloor with DJs and live artists providing the soundtrack to your night.
Even if you’re not in the mood for dancing PRYZM’s chill out bar has cocktails, nibbles and a relaxed atmosphere.
Grab yourself some bottles of bubbly and hang out in the luxury VIP areas to make sure you all get to spend some quality time together.
Address: Clarence Street, KT1 1QP.
Tickets: To book, call 020 8045 0108
8. The Tea Terrace and Restaurant, Cobham
Activities: Afternoon tea in a Cinderella carriage.
The highlight of the magical venue is a golden life-size Cinderella carriage available for afternoon tea – perfect for making the bride-to-be feel like a princess.
The enchanting café is an off-shoot to London’s famous The Tea Terrace Restaurant and Tea Room.
If you are obsessed with the colour pink you will love this place as everything is decorated in pretty pastels.
Address: Oakdene Parade, KT11 2LR.
Tickets: Visit The Tea Terrace and Restaurant website to book a table or carriage.
9. Bombay Sapphire Distillery, Basingstoke
Activities: Gin tasting tour.
If you love gin, a day out at Bombay Sapphire Distillery near Basingstoke is a must.
Self-guided tours are the most popular choice and take around two hours to complete. They includes a complimentary gin cocktail at the bar (or mocktail for drivers).
If the weather is good you can sip on your G&T outside on the terrace overlooking the trickling stream.
Address: Laverstoke Mill, London Road, RG28 7NR.
Tickets: Visit the Bombay Sapphire Distillery website to book a tour.
10. Langshott Manor Hotel, Horley
Activities: Afternoon tea.
The 16th Century Tudor manor house is a beautiful setting for a spot of afternoon tea for your group.
You can add Champagne if you want to make it an even more indulgent affair.
Address: Ladbroke Road, Horley RH6 8PB.
Tickets: Book online for groups of up to eight people. Call 01293 786680 to enquire about larger groups.
11. Denbies Wine Estate, Dorking
Activities: Wine tasting tour, food.
Denbies Wine Estate holds a number of indoor and outdoor tours at its breathtaking Surrey Hills site.
With a glass of the estate’s specially selected Denbies Award winning Sparkling Cuvee in hand, the 50-minute vineyard tour takes visitors at a leisurely pace to some of the most beautiful viewing points in the vineyard.
There is also a restaurant and gift shop on site.
Address: London Road, Dorking, RH5 6AA.
Tickets: To book, call 01306 876 616.
12. Popworld, Guildford
Pumping out pop classics and party anthems, the lively town centre nightclub offers various drink deals and has a cocktail menu. VIP packages are available.
There are selection of booths that will be suitable for your number of guests, and you can add on a selection of packages and drinks that will be ready for you when you arrive.
Address: Armour Buildings, GU1 4SB.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 306661.
13. The Ivy Castle View, Guildford
Activities: Bar and food.
The super stylish venue is an all-day British brasserie open from dawn until dusk, seven days a week.
An offshoot to the famous Ivy restaurant, it has a great view of Guildford Castle and a fabulous bar if you just want to pop in for drinks.
There is an exclusive vibe to the place and you can expect to be treated like a VIP when you visit.
Address: Tunsgate Quarter, High Street, GU1 3QY.
Tickets: To book a table call 01483 920100.
14. Greyfriars Vineyard, Puttenham
Activities: Wine tasting tour.
The vineyard tour with wine tasting will take you on a relaxed walk through the beautiful vineyards finishing with a tutored tasting of several of the award-winning sparkling and still wines.
The tastings will normally take place on the newly-built viewing deck in the middle of one of the vineyards. The tour will last around 90 minutes.
Cameras are recommended.
Address: The Hogs Back, GU3 1AG.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 813712.
15. Mercers Country Park, South Nutfield
If you want a more adventurous hen do, you can try out water sports at Mercers Country Park with the Aqua Sports Company.
Groups of six to 24 people can take part in watersports taster sessions, including stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking or windsurfing.
You can do one of these things or a combination of two or three and sessions last two hours. Three-hour sessions are available for large groups.
You also have the option of making use of the free barbecue facilities which could make it a cost-effective way to have a party in the sunshine. This should be requested when booking.
Address: Mercers Country Park, South Nutfield RH1 4EU.
Tickets: Book by calling the centre on 01737 644 288 or email [email protected]
16. TGI Fridays, Staines, Guildford, Kingston and Crawley
Activities: Cocktails and food.
The American restaurant has a huge menu featuring a tempting selection of decadent desserts such as sundaes, brownies and ice cream shakes.
The staff bring fun, friendliness and an extra large helping of good vibes to the table to make every day seem like Friday.
Expect a party vibe. Ideal for a meal before going out to party.
Address: Two Rivers Shopping Centre, Staines TW18 4BL; North Street, Guildford, GU1 4AA; The Bentall Centre, Kingston KT1 1TY; Crawley Leisure Park, Crawley RH10 8LR.
Tickets: To book, call 0344 264 6056.
17. The Botanist, Farnham
Activities: Cocktails and food.
With skilled bartenders on deck, you can choose from long, short or pitcher cocktails, wine, craft beer and plenty of gins at this quirky high street bar and restaurant.
The bar also runs private cocktail master classes.
Live music is played on selected nights plus there are food menus catering to all including vegans and those who avoid gluten.
If you fancy visiting there for breakfast – perhaps on the morning after a booze-up – the menu features a full English, a vegan full English, blueberry pancakes, toasties and avocado on toast.
Address: Town Hall Buildings, The Borough, GU9 7ND.
Tickets: To book a table, call 01252 718089.
18. Alice Holt Forest, Farnham
Activities: Go Ape
Another more active suggestion which could work as a great ice breaker, the Tree Top Adventure at Go Ape involves zip lines, swings and treetop obstacles to clamber across.
There are also walking and cycling trails and a café. There are two sites close by, one in Bracknell and another in Fanham.
Address: Alice Holt Forest, Bucks Horn Oak, GU10 4LS.
Tickets: To book, call 01603 895500.
19. G Live, Guildford
Activities: Theatre shows.
The large entertainment venue in Guildford town centre hosts comedy shows, gigs, musicals and theatre productions throughout the week.
Contact them to find out what shows are coming up so you can book you and your friends in.
There is a restaurant and bar on site, and a car park next door.
Address: London Road, GU1 2AA.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 369350.
20. New Victoria Theatre, Woking
Activities: Theatre shows.
As one of the largest theatres outside London, top West End shows and musicals make their way to New Victoria Theatre.
There is a bar inside the theatre and a restaurant by the entrance making it ideal for a pre-theatre dinner.
The theatre is in the middle of the shopping centre home to dozens of high street shops so you can add in some retail therapy if needed.
Address: The Ambassadors, Peacocks Centre, GU21 6GQ.
Tickets: To book call 0844 871 7645.
21. Segway Unleashed, South Godstone
Activities: Segway riding.
Why not try something a bit different and have a laugh by riding segways around the Surrey countryside.
Groups can arrange private sessions where they can ride around the three-zone track, or the farm trail in the beautiful farm setting.
Start off in the training paddock then move on to the woodland trail before going head-to-head on the racing track.
Address: Stansted House, Tilburstow Hill Road, South Godstone RH9 8NA.
Tickets: Book online at https://www.segwayunleashed.com/ or call 0800 1707074.
Activities: Afternoon tea, spa, clay pigeon shooting, food, rooms.
Start with dainty finger sandwiches before moving on to homemade pastries and warm scones served with a range of homemade preserves including strawberry jam, orange marmalade, lemon curd and Cornish clotted cream.
The hotel has extensive grounds, bedrooms, a spa and a fantastic restaurant and bar called Wild Carrot.
Address: Chalky Lane, Dogmersfield, RG27 8TD.
Tickets: Book a table by calling 01252 853000.
Read our review of its afternoon tea here.
23. Coworth Park, Sunninghill
Activities: Afternoon tea, spa, polo, food, rooms.
A highlight in the pampering house is an atmospheric indoor pool with natural light, underwater music, relaxation loungers and… huge sparkling amethyst sculptures.
Read our review of it here.
Address: Blacknest Road, SL5 7SE.
Tickets: To book call 01344 876600.
24. Frensham Ponds, Frensham
Activities: Beach, walks, picnic.
A visit here is a must on a sunny day. Surrey might be miles from the coast but you’ll find a sandy beach at this Green Flag Award-winning site.
Frensham Great Pond and Common is situated between Farnham and Hindhead on either side of the A287.
There are car parks at both ponds, picnic areas in addition to the beach.
Address: Priory Lane, GU10 3BT.
Tickets: Free entry, just turn up.
25. Macdonald Berystede Hotel, Sunninghill
Activities: Spa, food, rooms.
Located between Bagshot and Virginia Water, the luxury four star wedding venue has a spa including an outdoor hot tub overlooking the picturesque lawns.
The Vital Spa and Leisure Club is located on the ground floor and, upon arrival, you are given a complimentary white robe, slippers and towel to use during your stay.
There are 126 individually-styled luxury bedrooms and an award-winning restaurant and roof terrace if you wish to extend your stay.
Expect secluded gardens and gated entry. Read our review of it here.
Address: Bagshot Road, SL5 9JH.
Tickets: Book by calling 0344 879 9104.
26. The Albany, Thames Ditton
Activities: Food and drinks on the riverside terrace.
Inside it has log fires, stylish decor, a chic bar and trendy dining, while outside features a huge decking area with waterside views for alfresco drinking and dining during the summer months.
The menu features a delicious array of starters, sharers, pizzas, steaks, salads, and mains, plus vegan options and roasts on a Sunday.
Read our review of the pub here.
Address: Queens Road, KT7 0QY.
Tickets: To book a table, call 020 8972 9163.
27. Guildford Escape Rooms, Guildford
Activities: Escape rooms
You have 60 minutes to search for clues, solve the puzzles and beat the room.
The rooms each have a maximum capacity of six players.
The opening times are: Thurs 5pm-10pm, Fri 10am-10pm, Sat and Sun 10am-10pm.
Address: Jeffries House, Jeffries Passage, Guildford, GU1 4AP.
Tickets: To book online, visit the Guildford Escape Rooms website.
28. The Cosy Club, Guildford
Activities: Cocktails and food
Located in Tunsgate Quarter off the High Street, the chic bar and restaurant is like nothing else on the Surrey food and drink scene.
Kitted out with mismatched tables, battered old cocktail armchairs, sleek 1930s sofas and mid-century sideboards, it’s a super quirky place to enjoy nibbles and cocktails.
Open for brunch, lunch and dinner, there are party menus available and a menu for vegans.
The brunch offering is extra special with the likes of a full English, triple stacked buttermilk pancakes, avocado on toast, baked eggs, crumpets and scrambled tofu.
Read our review of dinner here.
Address: Tunsgate Quarter, GU1 3QY
Tickets: To book a table, visit cosyclub.co.uk.
29. Slades Farm, Bramley
Activities: Horse riding.
Riders at Slades Farm equestrian centre can experience 100 miles of trekking through a stunning estate in Bramley, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
A range of horse riding experiences are available including sunrise, sunset, full-day and half-day treks.
There are full weekend horse safaris with luxury, rustic accommodation and alfresco meals.
Riders will be taken off the beaten track and go through forests, rolling hills and across large green fields.
Address: Thorncombe Street, GU5 0LT.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 208693.
30. Turk’s boat trip, Kingston
Activities: River cruise.
Up to 45 scheduled boat trips run daily from March to October along the scenic stretch of the River Thames between Richmond, Kingston and Hampton Court.
A river cruise is the most relaxing way to view the greenest and prettiest of Surrey and south west London’s landscape.
Turk’s party boats are also available for private hire all year round. Each boat has an outside deck, dance floor, bar and is fully heated during winter months.
Address: Town End Pier, High Street, KT1 1HN.
Tickets: To book, call 020 8546 2434.
31. Wild Wood Adventure, Guildford
Activities: Outdoor adventure course.
With zip wires, rope bridges and wobbly crossings high up in the trees, you can inject some adventure into the hen party.
Located in Stoke Park, the treetop adventure is open for adults and children and there are party packages available for groups.
Address: Peacock Wood, Lido Road, GU1 1HB.
Tickets: To book call 0344 880 0026.
32. Beaverbrook, Leatherhead
Activities: Spa, afternoon tea, rooms, cookery classes.
This charming five star country house hotel has it all.
From designer rooms and stunning grounds to a luxury spa and fine dining restaurant, you can even learn how to cook there at one of the classes.
Nestled in the heart of the Surrey Hills, Beaverbrook is the quintessential British Country Estate.
Address: Reigate Road, KT22 8QX.
Tickets: To book, call 01372 571300.
33. The Thai Terrace, Guildford
Activities: Rooftop restaurant.
This is one of Surrey’s hidden gems as the only way of accessing it is to go through a council car park.
With views spanning across Guildford, the chic eatery specialises in authentic Thai food.
Start your visit with cocktails on The Palm Terrace watching the sun go down before heading inside for a flavoursome feast. Thai food is great for sharing too.
Address: Seventh Floor Castle Car Park, GU1 3RW.
Tickets: To book a table, call 01483 503350.
34. Runnymede-on-Thames Hotel, Egham
Activities: Spa, afternoon tea, rooms, outdoor whirlpool, riverside terrace.
Exclusive to guests of The Runnymede Hotel is an indulgent outdoor whirlpool on a private jetty on the banks of the Thames.
It’s the perfect spot to unwind with a glass of Champagne in hand and watch the ducks swim by.
The four star hotel near Windsor Castle is also home to a large spa and two restaurants, making it perfect to spend the whole weekend there.
Address: Windsor Road, Egham TW20 0AG.
Tickets: To book, call 01784 220916.
35. Pews Bar and Courtyard, Guildford
Activities: Drinks and food.
The town centre venue has a hidden courtyard bar which is wonderful in the summer.
The pub invites local musicians in every Friday and is open until 1am on Friday and Saturday nights.
Neighbouring restaurant Meet the Greek serves food at the bar.
Address: Chapel Street, GU1 3UL.
Tickets: To reserve a table, call 01483 535012.
36. Guildford Lido, Guildford
Activities: Swimming, sunbathing.
The outdoor pool is the perfect spot to sunbathe and swim in the summer, as the water is heated to 24C.
Get over your hangover by jumping into the pool and having a splash about with your friends.
Take a picnic or head into the town centre afterwards to grab some food.
Address: Lido Road, Stoke Park, GU1 1HB.
Tickets: For entry prices and how to book click here.
37. So Bar, Richmond
This intimate table service cocktail bar is nestled within the historical lanes of Richmond.
The bar team create a mix of traditional and contemporary cocktails with select spirits and the freshest ingredients.
The kitchen offers cheese, meat and vegan charcuterie boards.
Address: Brewers Lane, TW9 1HH.
Tickets: To reserve a table, call 020 8940 0427.
38. Red, Weybridge
Activities: Cocktails and cocktail making.
The beginners’ cocktail training classes are specially designed to give you a full look at the art of mixology.
You’ll be given a brief history of cocktails, learn about tools of the trade, then make your own delicious drinks.
Address: Queens Road, KT13 9UJ.
Tickets: To reserve a table call 01932 850 222.
39. Las Iguanas, Woking
Activities: Cocktail making and dinner.
Las Iguanas is home to fresh and authentic Latin American food plus a legendary cocktail menu to give you an extra sparkle.
With restaurants in Woking, Basingstoke, Kingston and Reading, you have a choice of which branch is best suited to your party.
The Woking restaurant is perfect for theatre suppers, popping by for lunch, big parties, cosy corners or cocktails at the bar with two-for-one on Happy Hour cocktails all day, every day.
Address: 21-25 Commercial Way, Woking GU21 6XR.
Tickets: To reserve a table, call 01483 751803 (Woking).
This quirky restaurant serves classic Thai street food in an authentic atmosphere.
Located at the bottom of the High Street, the kitchen team brings the sights, smells and taste of Thailand to you.
The menu features sharing platters ideal for big groups, plus a range of colourful cocktails.
Address: Friary Street, Guildford, GU1 4EH.
Tickets: To reserve a table call 01483 678800.
41. 1907, Weybridge
Activities: Cocktail making and dinner.
It’s inside Brooklands Hotel so if you wanted to make a weekend of it, you could book a room and enjoy the spa facilities including the outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the race track.
Address: Brooklands Hotel, Brooklands Drive, KT13 0SL.
Tickets: To book, call 01932 335700.
42. Nutfield Priory Hotel and Spa, Redhill
Activities: Spa, food, rooms, hen party packages.
The four star country house hotel is a wonderful backdrop to afternoon tea.
Guests can gaze out of the ceiling-high windows and take in the view while eating pastries, dainty sandwiches and loose leaf tea.
Book a room in the Neo-Gothic hotel and make the most of the luxurious spa facilities.
Address: Nutfield Road, Redhill, RH1 4EL.
Tickets: To book call 0845 0727485.
43. Macdonald Frimley Hall Hotel, Camberley
Activities: Spa, afternoon tea, rooms.
Served in the Sandhurst Bar and Gold Room Lounge, enjoy two home-baked scones with strawberry jam, lemon curd and Devonshire clotted cream and a selection of finger sandwiches before finishing with a selection of pastries and patisserie fruit cake.
The picturesque hotel with lovely grounds also has its own spa and plenty of rooms to stay over.
Address: Lime Avenue, Off Portsmouth Road, GU15 2BG.
Tickets: To book, call 0344 8799110.
44. Barnett Hill, Guildford
Activities: Afternoon tea, rooms.
With beautifully landscaped gardens plus views of the Surrey Hills and beyond, make the most of your visit with alfresco dining in the estate during the summer months.
There are three different afternoon tea experiences which you can have either in the cosy lounge or on the terrace with a glass of Champagne.
For overnight stays, The Courtyard at Barnett Hill is a self contained horseshoe of luxury accommodation with a private landscaped terrace.
Address: Blackheath Lane, Wonersh, GU5 0RF.
Tickets: To book call 01483 893361.
45. Woodlands Park Hotel, Cobham
Activities: Afternoon tea, rooms.
Set in eight acres of landscaped grounds and gardens, the Grade II listed Victorian house has 57 bedrooms and is a quaint place to enjoy afternoon tea or an overnight stay.
There are two restaurants on site – the award-winning wood panelled Oak Room and the more contemporary Bensons Restaurant for guests to enjoy dinner.
Choose this option for a more laid back hen do.
Address: Woodlands Lane, Stoke D’Abernon, Oxshott, KT11 3QB.
Tickets: To book, call 0845 072 7581.
46. Squires Kitchen International School, Farnham
Activities: Cookery class.
The school specialises in sugarcraft, chocolate, cake decorating and bakery courses with highly-skilled tutors.
The master classes range in different skill levels to help you choose the most appropriate course for your group.
Address: The Grange, Hones Yard, GU9 8BB.
Tickets: To book, call 0330 223 4466.
47. Casino Nightclub, Guildford
The club has two rooms playing club classics, dance, RnB, hip hop, grime and house.
The club is open until 3am every day of the week so you can keep the party going late.
Address: Corner House, Onslow Street, GU1 4SQ.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 339370.
48. The Abinger Cookery School, Dorking
Activities: Cookery class.
A range of cookery sessions are available and typical classes include fish and seafood, Italian, Thai, Tapas, Indian French bistro, pasta, vegetarian, baking and steak.
Address: Guildford Road, Abinger Hammer, RH5 6RZ
Tickets: To book, call 01306 730470.
49. Joules Wine and Cocktail Bar, Reigate
Activities: Cocktail making.
Learn the tricks of the trade from top bartenders and discover the art of mixology with an interactive cocktail masterclass.
You will be taught how to shake, muddle, mix, layer and most importantly taste three cocktails with the help of expert bartenders.
The bar also offers a range of drink party packages for up to 10 people if you want to continue your evening there.
Address: Bell Street, RH2 7AN.
Tickets: To book, call 01737 245566.
50. Champneys City Spa, Guildford
Activities: Spa treatments.
Enjoy luxury spa treatments and therapies, massages, manicures, pedicures and St Tropez tanning treatments at the Guildford City Spa.
There’s no pool, sauna or jaczuzzi, just you and the therapists doing what they do best.
Located right in the town centre, you can enjoy a spot of shopping along the High Street before heading in to the little haven of pampering.
Afterwards, enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants down the road.
Address: High Street, GU1 3HZ.
Tickets: To book a treatment, call 01483 455850.
51. Guildford Harbour Hotel, Guildford
Activities: Cocktail making, afternoon tea, spa, rooms.
There is a luxurious outdoor Champagne pool at Guildford Harbour Hotel.
With submerged seating and stress-relieving water jets, you can sit back and soak up the sunshine at the open-air heated pool with a glass of champers in hand – or without the booze if you’re feeling delicate from the night before.
A poolside Champagne service offers bubbles by the glass or bottle.
Enjoy afternoon tea in the cafe, eat at the seafood restaurant, have a drink at the trendy bar, or enjoy the spa. Book a room to make the most of the experience.
Address: Alexandra Terrace, High Street, Guildford, GU1 3DA.
Tickets: To book, call 01483 792300.
52. Pennyhill Park Hotel and Spa, Bagshot
Activities: Spa, afternoon tea, rooms.
Indulge yourselves and unwind at the spa, eat at the Michelin star restaurant, or sit in the luxury lounge and have an afternoon tea.
Rooms are available to book if you want to keep all your activities in one place.
Address: London Road, GU19 5EU.
Tickets: To book call 01276 486150.
53. Turtle Bay, Guildford and Crawley
Activities: Cocktails and food.
This lively Caribbean restaurant is inspired by beach shacks and street hawkers, with a jerk pit barbecue.
There are plenty of sharing platters perfect for large parties and a menu of rum cocktails.
Expect a party vibe with lots of twinkling lights.
Address: Dolphin House, North Street, GU1 4AA and 100 High Street, Crawley RH10 1BZ.
Tickets: To book a table call 01483 300307 for Guildford or 01293 541101 for Crawley.
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