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Godalming is an ancient English market town sitting on the River Wey, in Surrey, England.


Godalming has existed since Saxon times. It was a wool manufacturing and trading center in medieval times, later followed by a substantial pioneering phase in tanning, leatherworking and related industries. There are still a number of light industries in the town, which also houses the UK headquarters of the World Wide Fund for Nature, formerly the World Wildlife Fund.

Get in

Godalming is served by South-West Trains on the London (Waterloo) to Portsmouth Line. There is a relatively frequent service throughout the day. Journey time is around 45 minutes to Waterloo on the semi-fast service. To pick up an express to Portsmouth, you often need to change in Haslemere. You can check connections and fares on

From Guildford - 2 stations away - you can get a direct train to Gatwick airport in about 50 min. From Woking - 4 stations away - you can get a bus to Heathrow (50 min), and a direct train to Southampton Airport Parkway station (50 min).

Get around


• Parish Church which dates back to Saxon times

• Phillips Memorial and Gardens by the Wey

• Godalming Museum

• Loseley House

• Watts Gallery (in nearby Compton)

• Winkworth Arboretum

• Pepperpot building in the High Street




There are various small restaurants in around the High Street.



  • Heath House, Alldens Lane, Godalming GU8 4AP, 01483-416961, [1]. Situated in a quiet lane, surrounded by beautiful countryside. 2 doubles, 1 twin. Rated 5 stars. From £60.

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