Perfectly situated on the North Downs, adjoining Epsom with its world famous racecourse, just a stone’s throw from London, and less than an hour from uber-fashionable Brighton, lies Tadworth. The village of Tadworth has a proud history stretching back to Roman times, giving it a sense of place seldom found in the commuter belt, whilst being less than an hour by train to the centre of London.
Fast and frequent commuter services that depart every few minutes make Tadworth very well connected. From Tadworth Station, London Bridge is just 50 minutes and London Victoria an hour away whilst Epsom Station offers an express 35-minute journey direct to London Waterloo. By road, you’re only 20 minutes from the M25 and the M23 giving fast access to Gatwick Airport in less than 30 and Heathrow in under 40 minutes.
With a large choice of routes, Tadworth Gardens is perfect for a spontaneous day out, a night on the town or a regular commute, with the heart of the capital just minutes away.
You will discover so much to do in and around Tadworth. Set between two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to many National Trust sites including Box Hill and Langdon Cliffs it offers open expanses aplenty.
Perfect for a family walk or, picking up the pace, on and off-road cycling, horse riding and running solo, with family or as part of Tadworth’s own athletics club. Sports are also well catered for with a choice of local golf clubs including Walton Heath, Kingswood and Surrey Downs whilst Tadworth Cricket Club, with a history stretching back to 1903, offers both junior and senior teams.
For those liking team sports, there are also local football and rugby clubs. Peak fitness can be maintained at the highly rated Tadworth Leisure and Community Centre which offers a gym, 25m main pool, an additional training pool, sports hall, outdoor tennis courts and even a handy creche, all less than 10 minutes walk away.
From nights out with friends to relaxed Sunday lunches in classic country pubs, the choice is yours. Great local pubs include The Duke’s Head, offering traditional pub fare in 19th Century surroundings, to the more modern Grumpy Mole gastropub or The Blue Anchor, specialising in seafood.
For more international flavours, satisfy your appetite at one of many local restaurants. Enjoy a Mediterranean feast at The Bridge Bar & Restaurant or El Rincon, Asian flavours at Tiger Lily or Thai Cottage, or go for a curry at Haweli of Tadworth or the Walton Heath Tandoori. Take a walk around the village and find more hidden delights.
Or treat yourself to a night with the stars at one of Surrey’s Michelin starred restaurants including The Tudor Room in Egham, The Latymer at Pennyhill Park in Bagshot and The Clock House in Ripley.
At Tadworth the countryside is on your doorstep providing the perfect place to relax, to live life at your own pace.
Just minutes from Tadworth you will find the Woodland Trust’s Burgh Heath Woods and Epsom’s popular Preston Park. Explore further and you’ll soon discover all the great walks and wonderful vistas that Epsom Downs has to offer. Stroll through the rolling hills or venture further afield and immerse yourself in Langley Vale Wood with its hundreds of acres of ancient woodland, perfectly set between Epsom Downs and Mole Valley.
Discover the wonder of Surrey and see it change with the seasons, naturally.
As well as a choice of nurseries for pre-schoolers, primaries include Tadworth Primary School, Shawley Community Primary and Epsom Downs Primary. There’s also the highly regarded Children’s Trust where those with learning difficulties receive care, attention and education.
Secondary schools include Epsom College and The Beacon School as well as faith schools, technical colleges and grammar school options. Epsom is probably best-known for its University for the Creative Arts with its fashion, graphics, music and media focus.
And as the children grow older the direct line to London means easy access to some of the best Higher Education the world has to offer.