About Knaphill

Knaphill

Directors: Andrew White and Simon Stone

Situated in the leafy outskirts of West Surrey, the historic village of Knaphill is renowned for its sense of community spirit and retaining the traditional aspects of village life.

With a rich selection of bars, cafés and restaurants, Knaphill offers the buzz of its neighbouring towns and cities whilst providing the tranquillity and splendour of some of Surrey’s finest landscape.

Knaphill’s Country Park and Priory Fields offers an abundance of wildlife including nesting swans, deer, kingfishers and herons. Similarly, Sheets Heath Common, a 65-acre site located on the border of Knaphill, provides the ideal location for a gentle stroll amongst stunning heathland and woodland habitats.

Served by a wide selection of shops, supermarkets and amenities, Knaphill is a thriving village with a unique, historic and much celebrated identity.
 

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Schools

Primary

Secondary

Knaphill School

The Winston Churchill School

The Knaphill Lower School

Knowl Hill School

St John’s Primary School

Gordon’s School

St Hugh of Lincoln Catholic Primary School

Woking High School

The Oaktree School

St Andrew’s Woking School Trust

Local amenities

Knaphill is widely sought after for its connections to the roads, rail networks and airports.

Only 10 minutes from the A3, Surrey’s arterial road link into London, 15 minutes from the M3 and 20 minutes from the M25, Knaphill’s rural setting combined with its excellent transport links make it a much desired location.

With Woking train station only five minutes away residents of Knaphill can be at Waterloo station within 45 minutes.

Local bus networks also link Knaphill to some of Surrey’s key towns and neighbouring villages including Guildford, the county town of Surrey.

Local pubs include The Garibaldi, The Royal Oak, The Anchor and the recently refurbished Crown. Local supermarkets and convenience stores include Sainsburys, The Co-operative, a local Post Office and a wide selection of banks.
 
Nearest train stations
Bagshot
Brookwood
Longcross
Worplesdon
Woking