Weybridge is located on the river Thames in the north of Surrey between Walton and Addlestone.

The centre of Weybridge is the High Street between St James' Church and the Ship Hotel. In recent years a number of new bars and cafes have opened in the town centre. There is a Waitrose supermarket in the town.

St George's Hill to the south of the town is one of the most exclusive residential estates in the UK.

Between Weybridge and Byfleet is Brooklands, a former motor racing circuit which now includes a museum, supermarkets and a Mercedes Benz visitor centre (see Byfleet page).

Brooklands college, offering full- and part-time courses, is located close to Weybridge train station.

Weybridge mainline rail station for services to London Waterloo is approx 1 mile/1.5km south of the town centre. Access to the motorway network is via junction 11 of the M25 at Chertsey, or the A3 trunk road (for access to junction 10 of the M25) at Painshill.



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The Ship Hotel Weybridge
The Ship Hotel, Weybridge

Population: 19,463

District: Elmbridge

Schools: More information here

Local Towns:


Town/village

Distance
(miles)

Number of
shops

Weybridge

0.0

Addlestone

1.2

Shepperton

1.8

Walton

2.0

Byfleet

2.3

Cobham

3.6

Staines

4.8

East Molesey

5.0



Local Trains Stations:


Local Station

Distance
(miles)

London
Destination

Weybridge

0.7

Waterloo

Addlestone

1.1

Waterloo

Shepperton

1.8

Waterloo

Byfleet and New Haw

1.8

Waterloo

Walton-on-Thames

2.0

Waterloo

Chertsey

2.4

Waterloo

West Byfleet

3.0

Waterloo



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