A guide to Sunningdale

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  • 1.
    Sunningdale came into existence in 1894 under the provisions of the local government act.
  • 2.
    The Sunningdale agreement was signed at Sunningdale Park on the 9th December 1973, a precursor of the Northern Ireland peace process.
  • 3.
    Sunningdale has had some notable residents such as Agatha Christie and Gary Lineker.

Sunningdale Area

Situated in the south-eastern corner of the Royal Borough, Sunningdale borders the county of Surrey and until 1894 was included within the parish of Old Windsor. The Duke of Cumberland lived in this area and is commemorated with an obelisk in the Great Park.

Surrounding Villages

  • Sunninghill
    Sunningdale’s closest village, Sunninghill has a lot to boast about. It is an incredibly popular place to shop with its wide range of independent / boutique shops. It also has some superb places to eat from Gastropubs to our personal favourite Indian.
  • Virginia Water
    Virginia Water and the Wentworth Estate is located less than a mile from Sunningdale. The village offers a great range of every day amenities including coffee shops and restaurants as well as good rail links into Waterloo Station. The Wentworth Estate is a private estate of around 2.7sq miles and is home to some of the most exclusive houses in the area.
  • Ascot
    Needing absolutely no introduction, Ascot is world famous for its racecourse and the Royals, however, it offers a whole lot more than just that. With good train links and beautiful homes, it is a beautiful place to call home. Our Ascot office is always on hand for any questions you have.
  • West End, Woking
    West End is a beautiful village between Woking and Camberley. Steeped in History with evidence of a settlement dating back to the Bronze Age, West End also benefits from local shops, Church and West End Common which is a beautiful nature reserve. The area has great transport links either by road or nearby railways stations and offers two schools namely Gordons School and Holy Trinity Church of England.
  • Chobham
    Originally called Chabenham, the village has been around since Saxon times. The focal point is the ancient church of St Lawrence which dates from 1080. The High Street has excellent shopping as well as a fantastic range of places to eat and drink.


  • Shopping

    Sunningdale has an array of fantastic boutique fashion shops

    as well as a health and beauty shop, Farrow & Ball paint shop and a highly rated local butcher. Your local Waitrose supermarket has everything you need and you will find a superb selection of wines and spirits at the Majestic Wine store which offers curb-side pick-up.

  • Eating

    The Tablespoon Brasserie

    In the heart of leafy Sunningdale, The Tablespoon offers a relaxed atmosphere with the restaurant and secret garden buzzing from early to late.

    Fego Restaurant

    A highly reviewed all-day cafe and eatery offering pastries, cakes and comfort food to eat in or take away.

    Eliane of Sunningdale

    A quaint cafe with the choice to eat nutritious yet truly delicious food in a happy, friendly space.

  • Drinking

    Broomhall Hutt

    A cosy local pub with a lovely outdoor dining space that is ideal for soaking up the sunshine.

    The Belvedere Arms

    Chic country pub with stripped floors, chunky tables, a central fireplace and a modern British menu.

    The Nags Head

    A family run pub in the heart of Sunningdale village. Offering a tasty lunch and dinner menu and serving real ales.