We will provide you contacts of reputable local estate agents, and as much information about Guildford and the surrounding areas as we can. Depending on where you are moving from, we can also offer a good end to end relocation package to help you and your family move with ease.
Guildford and the surrounding areas have several quality state schools, rated “excellent” and “good” by the school watchdog (Offsted). We can provide details upon request, so you can better choose where would most suit your family.
The cost of living in Guildford is similar to the cost of living in any town within commuting distance of London and this is reflected in the price of accommodation.
BREXIT AND IMMIGRATION
This will depend entirely on the date you move to the UK, and what kind of deal the UK government and the European Union come to agreement on.
FUN & LEISURE
Guildford has a lot to offer in terms of entertainment: it’s the home of a state of the art cinema, ice rinks, bowling alleys, miniature golf, dozens of clubs, even more pubs, even more restaurants; it has its own castle, there are a number of escape rooms, comedy clubs, tons of shops to visit (including a mall), markets, festivals, and much, much more.
Many! There are several gyms and local teams for a wide number of sports for you to partake, and if you simply enjoy jogging and fresh air, the River Wey is a perfect spot to do so.
Guildford is home to two train stations: the main station is situated west and is very diversely served (with connections to a vast number of lines, including 30 minutes to London Waterloo), whilst the other smaller station (London Road) is found North Ease, with a stopping service towards London Waterloo.