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Location

Local area

It's in the nature of the place

Beyond Westvale Park there is plenty to explore. Whether it's walking the dog through the nearby fields, browsing the independent boutiques, meeting friends for coffee or wandering the farmers' market for fresh produce and locally sourced treats. The surrounding area offers endless opportunities to enjoy the very best of local life.

Westvale Park Staying connected

Staying connected

Horley offers excellent transport links, making it a favoured commuter town for those who work in the city yet want to enjoy the very best of country living.

  • The fresh sea air of Brighton Pier is under an hour away by car, while Gatwick Airport is just a 10 minute drive.
  • High-speed trains run from Horley station and Gatwick Airport station – just 3 miles away – with regular connections to both London Bridge and London Victoria.
  • The M23 and M25 motorways are also within easy reach, with direct routes into the Capital.
  • Gatwick Airport itself, with many international destinations, is just minutes away from Westvale Park.
Westvale Park First Class education

First-Class Education

Some of the best schools in the area are conveniently located close to Westvale Park, including Meath Green Infant and Junior Schools. Willow Tree Montessori Kindergarten and Toad Hall Nursery are only minutes away. The excellent independent Lingfield Notre Dame School is also within easy reach, taking pupils from as young as two all the way to eighteen.

Westvale Park Being out and about

Being Out & About

Westvale Park is close to popular towns with bustling high streets and convenient local attractions that offer something to suit every taste.

  • The Ye Olde Six Bells, in Horley, is just minutes away and serves up mouth-watering roasts every Sunday.
  • Just a few miles north is the buzz of Reigate, with its gastronomic delights, art-house international cinema at the Everyman, and a little slice of heaven for chocolate lovers at the Monty Bojangles truffle bar.
  • At the heart of the community, Horley’s amateur Archway Theatre features ten performances a year and runs youth groups and adult workshops.
  • There are impressive golf courses and boutique hotels on the edge of town including Redhill & Reigate Golf Club and Langshott Manor Hotel.
Exploring the great outdoors

Exploring The Great Outdoors

The Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides a majestic backdrop for rambling walks, bike rides and cosy pub lunches. Also just a short journey from Westvale Park lie ancient woodlands, the River Mole, sweeping valleys and some of the best panoramic views in Southern England, including the celebrated beauty spot at Newlands Corner.