Cottage rentals in Chertsey, Surrey, England
Rent an apartment or house in Chertsey for a self-catering break. Only eighteen miles from London in the Runnymede borough of Surrey is the charming town of Chertsey. Situated on the River Thames and one of its tributaries, the River Bourne, Chertsey has a very rich history and is known as being one of the oldest towns in the whole of England. The Chertsey Abbey was founded in 666 AD but only some outer walls of the structure remain. Today the settlement is a bustling market town which has remained much the same as it was in the 18th and 19th centuries, with a vast array of historical buildings, of which many are now listed properties.
About Chertsey for Cottage Holidays
There are a number of attractions that are well worth visiting if you are planning on staying in Chertsey for a few days. One is the admission-free Chertsey Museum, which provides visitors with an interesting history of the town, as well as numerous displays and exhibitions featuring photographs and artefacts such as impressive clocks by a couple of local clock makers. The museum also hosts exciting events throughout the year, such as the Black Cherry Fair which occurs annually and features food, drink and live music in the picturesque gardens of the centre.
If you are visiting Chertsey with children or teenagers, or if you just like the thrill of a good rollercoaster, then you must take a visit to the exciting theme park, Thorpe Park, which is located in the town. Featuring numerous rollercoasters, water rides and rides for younger children, Thorpe Park makes a brilliant day out for the whole family, and there are plenty of places to eat in the park as well for if you get peckish.
Another fun attraction to visit is JB Waterski, which is a unique venue in Chertsey on the lakes where visitors can do water-skiing, wakeboarding and cable skiing. It is thrilling fun for those who are active and love adventure, and should definitely be visited if you have always wanted to waterski!
Chertsey is home to several sites of natural beauty and parks, from Abbeyfields to Gogmore Park. Taking a picnic to one of these areas on a sunny afternoon and sitting under the shade of a leafy tree with your partner, friends or family, is the perfect way to experience the beauty of this stunning town in Surrey with the people who you love the most.
Any houses, cottages and apartments that can be rented on a temporary holiday basis from a few days upwards in Chertsey are displayed below. Alternatively, look at self-catering cottages in Surrey for additional accommodation in the same county.
Book a Chertsey cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Surrey on holiday.